Posted by: hearttohearthcookery | November 11, 2013

Out of the Cloath

IMG_7780-001  The Hedg Hogg Puding boiled in the pudding bag for just over an hour.  After boiling, the receipt (recipe) states to then take it out of the Cloath,  it is wise to allow the pudding to cool first to set. The string that was looped over the trammel to keep the pudding bag from sticking was used to tie the pudding to let it cool while hanging.

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