black pudding

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Related to black puddings: blood pudding, blood sausage, White pudding, Morcilla
  • noun

Synonyms for black pudding

a black sausage containing pig's blood and other ingredients

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The new pounds 10million film will tell how a crime syndicate beat tough food import regulations to sell bootleg black puddings in America.
At the time an average of 10 black puddings were sold every minute in the supermarket's branches.
The Black Pudding comes under Lidl UK's own label, Hazelmeade Farm, and is produced for them by the family-run supplier, Pork Traders, in Liverpool.
A 47-YEAR-OLD man appeared in court yesterday accused of causing fear and alarm with a black pudding.
BLACK pudding for breakfast is surely one of life's minor pleasures.
The sumptuous starter of scallops with black pudding and butternut squash puree is all about letting quality ingredients speak for themselves, so buy the best your budget will allow.
But, luckily, not everyone shares this view and the delectable black pudding regularly defies its critics by appearing on the menus of top restaurants all over the country - not least The Side Door.
She told a Manchester audience that she'd spent the afternoon in a chip shop and loved black puddings.
A total of 29 Asdas in the north west now sell Bury Black Puddings, along with local branches of The Co-operative Group, while other multiples have also shown an interest.
Since going on sale for just 99p, an average of 10 black puddings have been sold every minute in Lidl stores.
Environmental health officers in Lancashire and Greater Manchester have expressed concern relating to the storage and display of black puddings and have observed that some retailers handle them as a raw product and others as a cooked product.
The record plateful holds 10 eggs, 10 rashers of bacon, 10 sausages, five black puddings, beans, tomatoes, mushrooms and 10 slices of toast
The aim is to knock Yorkshire puddings off a 20ft ledge by throwing black puddings at them.
Council chairman Steve Watkins said the Bumpylane Rare Breeds Welsh Organic Black Puddings was another example of producers and processors adapting to meet the growing demand for locally produced food.
Kinkel was carrying haggis, black puddings, sausages and white puddings which he had bought from butcher Thomas Wynne during a visit to Fort William.