Miss Windsor excitedly presents Mrs Beeton’s Hasty Pudding (Nutmeg & Vanilla Tapioca Pudding).
Okey dokey, Miss Windsor has no time for ‘dilly dallying’, so without further ado I’m going to get straight to the point – chop, chop! about this subtly sweet yet rather wholesome member of the British milk pudding family.
You see, as far as I know, hasty pudding or more commonly known as tapioca pudding has been a staple of our beloved sweet course since the 1800’s – well, a lot less so in today’s modern world, but suffice to say it’s certainly making a glorious comeback!
Oh, and I must quickly mention that I’m ‘chomping at the bit’ as I excitedly present this recipe as my first offering to ‘At Home With Mrs Simkins & Miss Windsor’ – our new collaboration which opens with an all guns blazing HASTE-OFF, hence HASTY PUDDING – comprende?
Warm up your 'cockles' - Oh, I say! with Mrs Beeton’s Cold Winter Soup - Victorian cuisine at its finest! Created with a jolly good dousing of Thatcher's Oak Aged Vintage Cider - the very best of Somerset fayre!
My dears, you maybe already know, that in 1861 during the reign of our sovereign - Queen Victoria (curtsey please!) Mrs Isabella Beeton’s most treasured creation – Beeton’s Book of Household Management was first published. And as nature intended, she flourished into the worlds-greatest teacher of all things ‘domestic and culinary’ – Oh, what an inspiration! And luckily for Miss Windsor, she just so happens to own a copy of the 1906 edition which evidently was bestowed the new title of Mrs Beeton’s Book of Household Management – How spiffing!
Moving swiftly on, whilst scouring through my glorious 1906 edition, there I discovered Mrs Beeton’s ONE and ONLY recipe to be of her very own creation – Benevolent Soup, which was originally known as Useful Soup for Benevolent Purposes.
May I present the ultimate sexy treat - Miss Windsor's Chocolate LOVE Truffles!
These chocolatey and rather boozy little balls of deliciousness are full of passion, and enriched with a heavenly dose of LOVE, of course! Oh yes, plus a drop or two of the world-famous Harvey's Bristol Cream Sherry, or if that doesn't tickle your fancy why not indulge in a saucy nip of Chambord Black Raspberry Liqueur - Ooh la la!
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