PUDcast News and Events
Wayne Carlson from Oz was due to attend his first Pudding Club meeting last November, but lo and behold his flight from Sydney was cancelled at the last minute. Disaster! Wayne had waited 5 years to make this trip, so you can imagine his disappointment.
But to his suprise his family arranged a small Pudding Club Meeting on Christmas day including Christmas Pud. What a Christmas present! Wayne hopes to replan the trip for 2010, and experience 7 puddings at the Home of the Pudding Club. We will give him a heroes welcome.
Tom Timms Chef from The Home of The Pudding Club was off on his travels again last week. He was tempting customers at Waitrose in Crouch End North London with Sticky Toffee Pudding, Treacle Pudding and Ginger Syrup.
Perfect pudding weather ! with a real cold snap and snow on its way, the tasting was very popular. Pictured here are Benji and Ruth tucking in to some Pudding Club Puds.
Fi and Nathan Tatchell-White are true pudding lovers, they have broken all records in 2009 attending 11 meetings and have eaten 173 puddings between them. I am sure you are wondering who ate the most! Well Fi managed an amazing 91, while Nathan struggled to keep up but still achieved a very creditable 82 puds.
At their last meeting of the year on December 4th Fi and Nathan decided to celebrate this massive achievement by really dressing to impress! Was Turkey on the menu?
Peter Henderson chairman of The Pudding Club who hosted the meeting said "The atmosphere was electric, I have hosted pudding club meetings for 15 years but this beats them all"
If Fi and Nathan did this in 2009 the 24th year of The Pudding Club, what will happen when they start to celebrate the 25th anniversary in 2010!
Check Pudding Club Blog to find out more about which puds were their favourites
Tom Timms second chef from Three Ways House Hotel, Home of the Pudding Club and his colleague Lynn tempted customers at the Waitrose convenience store in Nottingham with a tasting of Pudding Club Puddings.
This is the first event of this type with Waitrose. "Customers just loved the Puds, what really suprised me was the number of students buying them!" Tom Timms.
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"I just had to write to you to say how much we enjoyed your puddings, they were delicious".
We were so touched to receive a letter from Mrs Scott from Buckhurst Hill in Essex. Mrs Scott wrote "I must say having been married for 50 years this last September, I have always cooked traditional sponge puddings but I will now buy yours. Thanks for making them so nice"
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