ChatterBank1 min ago
Traditional Yorkshire Pudding.
I seem to recall that tradional Yorkshire puddings should be baked flat - in a tin- and served after the main course, sometimes with jam. Am I correct ?
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My brest friend at college came from Elland, between Huddersfield & Halifax. His father was born in the same area but his mother came from Glasgow, When they had a Sunday roast, Eric had his Yorkshire puddings with his main course but his father had them as a starter (served with gravy) and his mother had them as a dessert (served with custard)!
I have actually been in my local fish n chips shop when a very large schoolgirl came in with her friend, passed a Snickers bar over the counter and asked if they would deep fry it. Which ensued a conversation about nut allergies etc etc and they basically refused. Was shocked the girl had even asked in the first place - it sounded vile!