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Christmas pudding is a pudding traditionally served on Christmas Day (December 25). It has its origins in medieval England and was thought to have been a savoury food containing meat and spices. Over time, it has become a richly fruited Christmas dessert, and is sometimes known as plum pudding or plum duff.
A popular way to serve this dessert is after Christmas Dinner, when the pudding is heated and brought to the table. Warmed brandy is tipped over the hot pudding and ignited with a flame to produce a lit vapour.
Dart Valley Foods supply a wide range of traditional condiments and preserves under the brand name, Butler’s Grove. From traditional fruit jams and marmalades to flavoursome chutneys and relishes, the aim remains the same – to prepare and supply high quality speciality gift foods, package them simply and let the quality speak for itself. Originally based in the Dart Valley region of Devon, the Company has since been relocated to the heart of rural Hampshire.
Each product is hand-finished with our carefully applied bonnet tops and the handwritten style front labels. View our complete range of speciality condiments and selection packs to find the perfect gift.
What a tasty pudding went down well, lots of fruit and would buy again.Published 7 months ago by Cox Apple
I don't like Xmas pudd but my family loved it and highly recommend it.
It looks lovely in the packaging it comes in too.
Worth the money.
Living outside of Britain, we wanted a proper Christmas pudding. This ine is very nice although a little small for the price...Published on 12 Mar. 2013 by H. Killet