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October 14, 2005



If you have the time and inclination, could you share a picture that shows these pudding bowls more clearly? Chances are slim that I'll make pudding, but I'll definately enjoy a vicarious thrift store find.


zp- I will try to do that this weekend. (As you may have gathered, I am not a fabulous photographer.)
The English one is Carlton Ware, the little one is Hall. Both are commercial promotional things, though I'm not sure what the big one is advertising. The little one has a sprig of holly on the front and comes from a restaurant called "The English Chop House."
It apparently still exists, in NYC, under the name "The English Steak House." (The old name was better, I think, especially since they are famous for their giant mutton chop. In fact, they have been lauded in The Village Voice, for the "best mutton chop" in town.)
Perhaps more than you wanted to know?


Oh wow. My brother would have loved this. It is a pudding my grandfather would yearn for but alas his american bride could not duplicate. His next favorite, of course, was mincemeat. Very nice memories!

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