A pudding of suet and flour, typically boiled or steamed.
- Pond pudding is a lemony suet pudding and has mythical status for me.
- She describes how in farmhouse kitchens in Essex and Suffolk, her part of England, a suet pudding was usually boiled in a cloth in a long roly-poly shape and cut into slices a short while before the roasted meat was ready.
- Our once famously awful British food has been transformed: pizza and panini are on sale at every corner, while you must hunt to find a suet pudding or a spotted dick.
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