Another national holiday celebrating another nation’s food…
IT’S NATIONAL YORKSHIRE PUDDING DAY!
Picture pudding. You probably just thought of some chocolatey or vanillay goo that can be gobbled up with a spoon pretty easily.
Not that kind of pudding today.
In the UK, pudding is really just a word for what happens when you mix eggs, flour, and milk, and make a popover-y pastry kind of thing. And usually that means with MEAT. None of this namby pamby sweet stuff. Meat.
Luckily for us we have a pub in town (a few actually) that serves food of the British Isles. It’s called Merlin’s Rest, and it’s very fun.
If you’re gonna go British, grab a cider.
Meaty and potatoy. The way life should be.
Tomorrow is National Dessert Day and World Egg Day!
TODAY IS NATIONAL HOT MULLED CIDER DAY AND CHEWING GUM DAY!
“Chewing gum isn’t a food!” we hear you say. Well, neither are drinks. But here we are. Sometimes chewing gum can help with food. That minty feeling makes you feel like not eating any more, which can be a great help if you’re trying to stop overindulging on homemade pizza (literally us, tonight).
But we also got to make ourselves a treat of some hot mulled cider as our Fall weather really starts to sink in. It’s easy to make, and it makes a lot.
Make a Hellraiser-style pincushion out of the orange using the cloves. Some people also use Star Anise but we didn’t this time.
The quality of the cider obviously affects the end result. Martinelli’s is champ.
Let it sit, covered, on super low heat, for a while.
Enjoy the warm fuzzies!
Tomorrow is National Homemade Cookies Day and World Vegetarian Day. I think that means we get to eat a vegetarian?