Eatable Remember those school dinner days, when desserts were stodgy, substantial and satisfying? Do you yearn for a bit of nosh-stalgia? Join us on a trip down memory lane as we revisit the all-time favourite retro British puddings, those classic heartwarming staples that have stood the test of time. Spotted Dick A serious pudding with a very silly name, this steamed suet sweet contains dried currants and is traditionally served with custard. No-one seems quite sure from where the name derives, but it was traditionally a Christmas holiday treat. These days you can use butter instead of suet for a lighter, ( continue reading... )
Episode 292 Dec 2nd 2013
A couple of years ago I had the pleasure of speaking to the great comedian ‘Shelley Berman’. Well, he’s back on the show to talk about a book of poetry he’s has written along with extraordinary ability to adlib. I’ve got a free vintage online magazine to check out, and a nice box set for you in time for Christmas.