Vintage Christmas Recipe: British Steamed Pudding

Here is a recipe for an obscure and worthwhile 1905 treat, “Mother Eve’s Pudding” from a British Women’s Cookery Book in my collection. This recipe was submitted by “Miss Orkney from Bervie.” (I found an earlier recipe in poetry form online.) I made this last year and cut the recipe in half, as follows, for a smaller pudding:

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Vintage Recipe: 1937 Savory Haddock Pudding

This fish dish is adapted from a recipe in a 1937 A&P grocery flyer. The idea of “fish pudding” didn’t sound so great to me when I first saw the recipe which made this savory meal so surprising and satisfying. Why did I make it, then? Because vintage recipes frequently surprise me when I give them a chance, plus it was fun to tease Wayne about his fish pudding dinner. He was very doubtful that it would be even edible, but when he ate it that evening he was a happy man. I think you’ll really enjoy this simple recipe if you like seafood. Continue reading “Vintage Recipe: 1937 Savory Haddock Pudding”