It's Saturday evening as I write. This time last week my body still comprised one-fifth woman and four-fifths pudding. I was so stiff with starch that I couldn't bend at the waist to take off my socks at bedtime. I felt as though all my internal organs had been re-upholstered. Despite all this, non, je ne regrette rien. I had gone with two friends to The Pudding Club. It was their 60th birthday treat to me and - well - what an experience! I'm aiming to go again on my 70th, 80th, 90th and 100th or should I ever tire of life as it could do what Dignitas does but with added custard. Have you heard of the Pudding Club? It was started by people who felt that the traditional British pudding should be saved from extinction and celebrated. Because of this, the evening is full of ceremony and ritual as guests make their way through seven puddings, all paraded in regally, applauded and cheered. Seven puddings? Yes, you heard correctly. Puddings are in the news. There's a
You're right. I'm hungry, and George is adorable.ReplyDelete
I put this on her post:ReplyDelete
Sounds yummy!! Is George yummy, too?
A great post. My tummy is rumbling.ReplyDelete
Sounds yummy!! Is George yummy, too?ReplyDelete
It's very impressive too. Personally, if I never had to cook again this would suit me fine, but possibly she hasn't been married for 40 years yet.ReplyDelete
Hi Isabelle - nope I've not been married for 40 years yet...!Delete