figgy pudding


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figgy pudding

- From the dialect term fig, which meant "raisin."
See also related terms for raisin.
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We all like figgy pudding, and now we can all enjoy some as Brakes launches a gluten-free version in time for the festive season.
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Sis for Smoked Salmon: Whether it's as a starter for Christmas dinner, to pick on at Boxing Day lunch or as finger food for a party, smoked salmon is now as festive as turkey, mince pies and figgy pudding.
com) WE ALL (well, most of us) love a figgy pudding but, if you're making your own, it can involve the pud spending hours in a pressure cooker using up valuable hob space.
This wonderful production will have you longing for a figgy pudding and humming carols all the way home.
Its new two-star-rated flavour is Yorkshire black treacle and Amaretti biscuit, while it won three one-star awards for its brown butter, figgy pudding and salted honey and caramel products.
Like a dark figgy pudding, a Charles Dickens Christmas Carol beer," said Gregg Glaser of Yankee Brew News.
To make matters worse, many of the rich, stodgy foods we consider Christmas staples - from figgy pudding to sprouts - are linked with digestive problems.
Amy wants to throw a Christmas dinner, as she always wanted to do a traditional, Victorian Christmas dinner, with parlour games, goose, Figgy pudding.