If the “Proof” (and It Appears to Be About 80) Is IN the Pudding, Then It MUST Be Good

…’cause Martha looks PRET-tee happy at the sample table.

8 Responses to “If the “Proof” (and It Appears to Be About 80) Is IN the Pudding, Then It MUST Be Good”

  1. major dad says:

    I’d like to try one of those made with some bourbon of the 95 proof variety.

  2. Skyler says:

    1. They certainly didn’t make the pudding appear appetizing.

    2. I never knew that they lit the pudding.

    3. Why is it that Charles Kuralt is dead, yet his droning, stuck up voice is still there?

  3. tree hugging sister says:

    Are you confusing Charles Kuralt and Charles Osgood by any chance, Skyler?

  4. Skyler says:

    I think Osgood and Kuralt both had droning stuck up voices. So, I didn’t confuse them, I think they channel each other.

  5. major dad says:

    Come on, we are supposed to be talking pudding and booze, not droning heads.

  6. Mr. Bingley says:

    But whoever that dried plum is she sure has got the bored voice down pat.

  7. JeffS says:

    I see that they didn’t discuss another classic British pudding.

    I wonder why?

  8. Oh my….the pudding with the candied orange in the middle sounds divine. I’ll admit to enjoying British pudding as well as fruitcake. Best fruitcake I had was from the Assumption Abbey Bakery, though the Collin Street Bakery here in Texas has a very good fruitcake, too.

    And yes, we do pour a generous amount of brandy on the fruitcake, too 😉

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