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Easter-Ledge Pudding

Vegetables
Westmorland

Wild leaves, such as dandelion, nettle or easter-ledge leaves, boiled with onion, pearl barley, butter and egg, allowed to set and served as an accompaniment to spring lamb.

Easter-ledge, also known as Snake Root or Bistort is a rather attractive native wild flower, with dense summer spikes of pink flowers.

See: Dock Pudding


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