Just wondering if Americans eat these. .. what Americans call pudding
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User avatar #2 - solarisofcelestia (05/12/2013) [+] (13 replies)
That's not pudding, it's cake.
I don't know about Americans, but it isn't common for us Canadians.
#5 to #2 - nooneofinterest (05/12/2013) [-]
Definitely not cake. Most people pour gravy on them
#12 - meierme (05/12/2013) [+] (2 replies)
what Americans call pudding
#1 - thesparrtan (05/12/2013) [+] (5 replies)
Nope.... at least not where I'm from...
User avatar #22 - athojew ONLINE (05/13/2013) [+] (9 replies)
Well I was watching kitchen nightmares when i saw Gordon Ramsay make one, i thought it looked good so I made some. Really good, and if anyone wants to try i recommend sautéing some mushrooms, onions, peppers and frying some bits of ham and putting it in the centre, serve with mashed potatoes and meat.
BTW im a Canadian.
User avatar #17 - ishallsmiteyou (05/13/2013) [+] (1 reply)
us Germans like it, too. Very much so.
#64 - McBalls (05/13/2013) [-]
My dad makes this 			****		 every christmas. I luv it
My dad makes this **** every christmas. I luv it
#63 - adrenacrome (05/13/2013) [-]
In Canada we LOVE these. Or at least us Canadians descended from you UKians.
User avatar #56 - buttlord (05/13/2013) [+] (4 replies)
**** yeah, Yorkshire.

Barnsley man here.
User avatar #55 - schmitty (05/13/2013) [+] (1 reply)
My dad grew up in England, he's made them before, but I'm not really a fan. Yorkshire pudding isn't as big a thing here in America as it is in the UK
#74 - fefe (05/13/2013) [-]
I eat them with syrup, too lazy to make pancakes.
User avatar #70 - grahamernazi (05/13/2013) [-]
They look like popovers.
#69 - KayRed (05/13/2013) [-]
Nah man, not enough grease.
#68 - verycoolcat ONLINE (05/13/2013) [-]
I've had em, they are okay.
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User avatar #61 - foxmaal (05/13/2013) [-]
I'm not like most Americans, but yes, I make them about once a month.
#60 - freenarative (05/13/2013) [-]
bubble and squeek (fried cabbage and mash potato),
black puddin (blood pudding),
faggots (seriously! meatballs in gravy,
google it I FUK'N DARE YA!),
jellied eels,
welsh rare bit (cheese on toast),
fish and chips served with brat (the skanky bits that float around in the deep fryer at the end of the day),
Wigan kebab (cheese and onion pie served on a bread barm),
stottie (a bread bun the size of a bin lid makes a sandwitch big enough to last a whole day!)
Pimkin (the liquidised brains of a sheep boiled in its own scrotum.)
You want any more?
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#39 - youoxley (05/13/2013) [+] (10 replies)
can't beat a yorkshire pudding on your roast.
where you from op
User avatar #19 - ifolkthefirstdate (05/13/2013) [-]
Some of us enlightened ones eat these. They're ******* magical.
#13 - fefe (05/12/2013) [-]
I'm american, i love this stuff
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