roly-poly pudding

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pudding made of suet pastry spread with jam or fruit and rolled up and baked or steamed

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Many of the dishes it presents, such as shepherd's pie, dumplings and roly-poly pudding, have become the archetypal school dinner.
"I will," she insisted, "but they'll have to eat roly-poly pudding."
I dreaded suet pudding days - we called it roly-poly pudding - and the thought of the Christmas mince pie used to fill me dread from the start of the autumn term.
For, as he sleeps on Christmas Eve, a big fat man wearing bright red pyjamas tumbles down his chimney like a roly-poly pudding. It's Santa, - he's come for Albert's help!
FOLLOWING our item the other day about the family of the late, great Bob Marley signing amerchandising deal, reader Gordon Black emailed to suggest that they could license doughnuts, sponges, and roly-poly pudding - anything with Jammin'.
Upon entering, the friendly staff furnished us with copies of The Tale of Samuel Whiskers - the roly-poly pudding one - whose illustrations depict the house and its surroundings.
Menu highlights include the expected fish and chips and chocolate roly-poly pudding. Eat in the bar and conservatory or, as the weather warms up, the huge garden filled with fruit trees including a 300-year-old fig tree.
Roly-poly pudding steaming in a muslin cloth with a jug of custard poured over the lot.