Monday’s Mystery

In the 1840s at Fort Vancouver (Vancouver, Clark County, Washington), a food delicacy was Black Pudding. What was this? Would you have enjoyed it??

 

And a great big WSGS calorie-free cupcake to Gary Parfitt who knew that the answer to the previous Mystery was TRUE. According to “Ask Marilyn” in the Sunday Parade Magazine, water runs down a drain either way depending on many factors. Thanks to all who answered but Gary was the first; maybe he’ll share his cupcake with you??

 

2 comments on “Monday’s Mystery

  1. Sonji Ruttan says:

    Isn’t this the same as ‘blood pudding’? I’ve tried it and don’t care for it, but then today’s pallets are perhaps more sophisticated or spoiled then our ancestors.

  2. Barbara Johnson says:

    I too have had Black Pudding (at an Irish B&B. Once was once too many. One of my grandfathers (Slovak) apparently went to the village butcher to gather the main ingredient. Thank you, NO!

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