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Paignton Pudding

A local (West Country) recipe for a pudding flavoured with raisins. A giant version was cooked in 1859 to celebrate the coming of the railway - this was supposedly made with 600 lbs of flour, 200 lbs of bread and 200 lbs of raisins; and weighed 1½ tons. There was some sort of riot at the event, and the date is notorious in local history.

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