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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpudpud /pʊd/ noun [countable, uncountable]  British English informalx-ref a pudding What’s for pud?
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pudThere's also the pick of shop-bought puds, three alternative Christmas menus and fabulous cakes and desserts.The goose, the stuffing, the Christmas pud, they were all realities.As they surveyed their steak and kidney pud and overcooked cabbage in the clubhouse the members began to get the message.Ideal accompaniment to any sort of pud.Perfect puds Use rhubarb for a warming winter pudding with either a crumble topping or pastry.Crumbly, dry texture is more like fruit cake than pud.Good with the pud, or try instead of port after the meal.And don't worry if you can't eat your pud.
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