Waste not, want not: that’s the kind of thinking that brought bread and butter pudding into the world. This pudding dates from the days when ‘domestic economy’ was a phrase used to describe the economics of running the home.
In the old days, if bread went a bit stale and was no longer good to eat on its own, all it took was a light custard, a sprinkle of sugar and...
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