Yorkshire Pudding

Many shapes and sizes, but in Yorkshire never a pudding

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There are many family recipes for this popular local dish, as Yorkshire people will be keen to show you.

Not a pudding in the normal sense, it’s customarily eaten with roast beef.

Around these parts, however, it’s often a first course, before the meat course. It’s claimed to help fill you up and cut down the amount of expensive meat you’ll then want. (Outsiders see this practice as another sign of Yorkshire over-frugality.)

Tip Check out pubs such as The York Arms, Ye Olde Starre Inn, The Royal Oak or The Roman Bath, who often serve large Yorkshire Puddings like a bowl, filled with onion gravy and (often) sausages.

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40 Stonegate
York YO1 8AS


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