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Herb Pudding

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Cumberland

Cooked greens, such as nettles, cabbage, leeks chopped very fine and boiled with onion, pearl barley, butter and egg, allowed to set.

Known from literary references and local information, a correspondent to 'Notes and Queries' of 1867 observed that it was then so popular that "market-gardeners sell the herbs ready-mixed".   


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