Plum Pudding, 18 gift ideas, Party Pictures
Plum Pudding 18 Gift ideas Party Pictures chefshop.com/enews
Can't read this email? Don't miss the
great pictures & graphics.
to read online.
Shop for Food & Ingredients
In this issue:
Back in Stock
Click the photos below for gift ideas!
We took the "ends" from the cutting-of-the-bacon and wrapped the turkey with them for the first time. Smoked the whole deal and it came out great. The bacon I think was better than the turkey. It flavored the turkey and added the right amount of fat to the turkey to make for the perfect taste!
- stirring the pot
symbolism of 1 plus 12 ingredients
To hear a Brit talk about “their” Plum Pudding ".... which never has been and never will be equaled, much less surpassed, by any other.” it's obvious that they have not tried Mother Sperry;s Plum Pudding. It's made just over dale and up the hill from us.
It must be good for we have at least one customer in England who likes it enough to have Mother Sperry shipped across the pond every year!
Plum Pudding, also known as Christmas Pudding, seems to have a long history that goes back to Medieval England. Expected to be made on the 25th of December it is filled with 13 ingredients to represent Christ and the twelve apostles. And every family member expected to take a turn and stir. “Stir-up Sunday” became “official” in the Victorian Age.
Doused with Brandy, it was lights out and flame the pudding with great ceremony. Pudding is often dressed up with holly or set aflame, the real treat is when you top this glob of stuff with brandy butter, rum butter, ice cream, castor sugar, or a good hard sauce. A spoonful of this mouth watering delicious stuff topped with a topping makes for a holiday in your mouth!
Shop now for Plum Pudding
Annual "taste-of-the-cakes" Holiday Party
Sorrento Lemon Panettone
Shop now for Holiday Gourmet Gifts
We sample and taste all the cakes and drink Espresso, Chai and Hot Chocolate!
Shop now for the holidays!
The D'arbo Syrups started with one and has grown and grown. Every single one of these flavors is a treat. Nary a one is what you expect, yet they somehow always manage to be always better in flavor than you expect.
Though the mainstay use appears to be in mixed drinks, we have been finding fun and delightful uses in basic eating. Yesterday, Tony the coffee guy, stole a little syrup and was drizzling it on his Cannoli. Add it to sparkling water or just sample it all day, like I do, with a spoon.
We're Smoking again!
We got Bacon! It's the amazing ingredient!
This Weeks Recipes
My mom used to make the greatest Beef Stroganoff. It was always one of my favorites. She served it on grocery store egg noodles. I recommend an artisan Egg Pappardelle pasta.
This is so simple. I changed it up a bit this past week. I took yams instead of carrots, baked them until really soft (about 90 minutes) then peeled and added to the onions. I also added apple and pear, along with maple syrup. It is good, tasty and best of all, easy. Still kind of tastes like carrot soup though.
Chocolate Cinnamon Rice Pudding
A twist on this very simple recipe. The freshest eggs makes this recipe!
See what you missed in previous Newsletters
Calming Natural Lozenges
Panettone, Panforte, Party
Hot Chocolate, The New Mix, Picalilli
ChefShop.com Toll-free: 1-800-596-0885
You've received this email because you have purchased from us or subscribed. We respect your privacy online, and will never share your email address.
To unsubscribe just click
DESIGN: JODI LUBY & COMPANY, INC. NET; EMAIL STRATEGY:
CRM Group USA
Broadway Bound Presents 13!
Far from plum Pudding, and the 12 Apostles, 13 is presented by Broadway Bound, a place for kids that allows them to take chances, fail and succeed, all the while feeling comfortable that no one will make fun of them! Donate and help kids get on stage and to be brave!
Track Your Order
Food & Ingredients
Terms and Conditions
Newsletter Sign Up
eat simply live well
Shop Online, Order Toll-Free 800-596-0885, or Fax 206-267-2205
©1999-2013 ChefShop.com® All Rights Reserved.