The delicious golden-crusted traditional Hollygog pudding originates from Oxfordshire in England and is a pudding delight. Oxfordshire is a varied county, with a rural character that contrasts with the sophistication of its principal town, and this is a typical simple, robust Oxfordshire farm pudding. On National Pudding Day, the Breakfast crew of BBC Radio Oxfordshire, set the Old Farmhouse Bakery in Steventon a challenge, to make an old Hollygog Pudding based on an Oxford recipe. Kate Bitmead and the team at the bakery rose to the challenge and before the end of the show had produced the delicious golden-crusted traditional Hollygog pudding. Kate’s tip is to drizzle generous spoonfuls of the custard-like sauce that comes out of the pudding during cooking on top and enjoy! Here is the delicious result, with courtesy of BBC radio Oxford and The Old farmhouse bakery team. I posted this recipe after seeing it on a foodie blog recently; I have had this recipe saved for some time now with a view to making it, as well as sharing it! Enjoy!