Yorkshire pudding

NOUN
  1. light puffy bread made of a puff batter and traditionally baked in the pan with roast beef
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How To Use Yorkshire pudding In A Sentence

  • People in England often have roast beef and Yorkshire pudding for lunch on Sundays.
  • Apparently he's studying what happens when you put a Yorkshire pudding in the hadron collider at Cern in Geneva. Simon Hoggart's week: A tweet in store – Mrs Farnsbarns and the milkman
  • In 1990s England, where chicken tikka masala has outstripped roast beef and Yorkshire pudding in popularity, Hogwarts exists in its own time warp.
  • Yorkshire pudding, snow peas topped with sliced almonds, bib lettuce with Roquefort dressing and probably a trifle for dessert. CORMORANT
  • My favourite food is roast beef and Yorkshire pudding.
  • Serve these with the Yorkshire pudding immediately after it is cooked - cutting slices as you would from a cake - along with plenty of clotted cream, ice cream or yogurt and runny honey.
  • Other combinations include pasta with winkles, Yorkshire pudding stuffed with Italian cured meat, and sanguinaccio con cipole (that's black pudding with onions to you).
  • John beat challenges from 399 other contestants to take the title by knocking seven Yorkshire puddings from their perch using a six-ounce black pudding.
  • A good-looking carvery, with piles of yorkshire puddings and slabs of ruddy beef. Times, Sunday Times
  • Chicken tikka masala has replaced roast beef and Yorkshire pudding as the country's favourite dish.
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