It’s not a case of the Pudding, it’s how you use the Pudding; mixed in with gravy, softened, you can pile things inside it, or you can eat it crunchy, combine it in a mouthful with any thing or combination of things from the plate, the possibilities are endless and not engaging with them is simply a way to out yourself as a culinary philistine.
They’re too big to fit in your mouth though so it’s pointless filling them up with stuff really cos you have to cut it anyway
Can’t believe all the personal insults I’ve got. If that’s the type of people who buzz of Yorkshire Puddings, I’m glad to not be amongst them
Also I don’t have gravy on roast dinners so have that
I think you need your roast dinner license permanently revoked
Fine, I’ll have yours
think the problem here is that people in the UK have too high an opinion of a roast dinner.
Obviously roast dinners are completely underwhelming food. Meat, potato, veg. The culinary equivalent of people getting excited to stand around for hours in the freezing cold and queue to see an old lady dead in a box.
You’ve lashed out here. Yorkshire puddings are one of the better things on the plate, the problems lie deeper.
The worlds ending in 3022??
i will fuck you up
definitely less good than pancakes anyway, in terms of ideal batter-usage scenarios
Give me a moment please…
would put them on par with american-style ones
Lets 'ave it
Shameless coattail riding here
Give a fuck