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Coniston Pudding
Puddings and Sweet Deserts
Cumberland

There is no definitive form for Coniston Pudding, several varieties having been so named after the distinctive boulder above Coniston Water known as 'The Pudding Stone'.


The Coniston Pudding Stone under repair, c2000
Image: Paul Glover



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