Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Sticky Toffee Pudding Fun

Before we left for our trip to the UK, our friends John and Angela--who had lived for three years in Edinburgh--gave us a very important recommendation: we had to try sticky toffee pudding.

Sounds good, eh? Naturally we took their advice and sampled some sticky toffee pudding at an Indian restaurant in Edinburgh--delish!

So, when Angela told me she would be making some sticky toffee pudding for us when we came over last Thursday, I knew we were in for a treat (pun intended).

The unassuming dish at first appears quite humble, and shall we say--even boring.
Sticky Toffee Pudding

But then you're forgetting some of the most important ingredients...

And since you can't find the heavy cream they use in the Scotland, we had to make do with plain ol' ice cream.


Meanwhile, Amelia entertained herself with a couscous box.

Unfortunately, she was not allowed to have any sticky toffee pudding--which might explain this expression.

That's more like it.

Thanks John and Angela for the great meal and good fellowship! AND Happy Birthday Angela! Oh, and your pudding was much, much better than the one in Edinburgh!

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