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blood pudding

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blood pudding

n
(Cookery) another name for black pudding
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blood′ sau`sage


n.
a very dark sausage made with pig's blood, diced pork fat, and chopped onions stuffed in a casing.
[1865–70]
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Noun1.blood pudding - a black sausage containing pig's blood and other ingredientsblood pudding - a black sausage containing pig's blood and other ingredients
sausage - highly seasoned minced meat stuffed in casings
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This was breakfast for the testosterone-laden and I did not see any foreigners sample this tasty porridge of rice and pig's blood, with an accompanying platter of sliced innards and intestines stuffed with blood pudding. A dipping sauce of fermented shrimp paste with chili and a touch of sugar with calamansi provided a little fire to a chilly morning.
It's quite another to divide up the house and kids, to gamble on a future as nebulous the contents of blood pudding.
Just like ketchup and mustard,lingonberry jamis widely used to accompany a variety of dishes, from meatballs, pancakes to porridge, and black pudding (blood pudding).
There was a choice of five including The Full Gaucho (flash grilled picana, sausage, bacon, blood pudding fried egg, homemade beans, confit mushrooms and toast).
Sometimes the food is not what you expect -Heston Blumenthal's 'blood pudding' comes to mind, not in any way like a boudin noir or morcilla, but an almost mousse-like confection that's the result of blood and cream stirred for hours in a Thermomix-or it could actually be adobong kangkong or crispy pata, just excellently executed.
Priding itself on being a "proper pub" with "proper food and proper beer", its range of ales include its own-label The Writer's Block, while its menu, which has won it a Michelin Bib Gourmand for good quality and good value, features the likes of bacon chop with blood pudding, apple and mustard, and cured sea trout with cucumber, dill and soda bread.
'Feast' seems inappropriate as the celebration consists of gorging on sour ram's testicles, boiled sheep heads, blood pudding, liver sausage and fermented shark.
Funky Murphy's Bar & Grill for one boasts a full Irish breakfast, including Irish sausage and bacon, blood pudding, baked beans, eggs and homefries, in addition to other classic dishes such as shepherd's pie and fish and chips.
The gaff in the hills served up local cheese and hams with tomatoes that would turn a Lanark farmer's face red and blood pudding that would put Stornoway butchers in a black mood.
In Europe, the lcelandic version of haggis is "slatur," prepared in two versions: "bloomor," or blood pudding; and "lifrapylsa," or liver pudding.
Agaton's design for a Disneyesque adventure playground included a 700-room hotel, roller coasters, a golf course and ubiquitous fast-food restaurants selling "blood pudding" and "dish of brains." Agaton claimed to have Greenpeace approval for this audacious plan, which prompted a lawsuit from a not-amused Greenpeace International.