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Old 08-05-2016, 08:00 PM   #11
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I thought this was an interesting thing to try. Either the version that was baked or the one that is boiled or steamed in water. In both cases there were no pictures so I went in search of some.

This link has a finished picture at the bottom of a bacon rasher or roly poly, that is baked. https://thepiepatch.wordpress.com/20...poly-serves-4/


I did search out boiled or steamed pudding, and to me, it doesn't look near as edible as the baked one. Something about the browned top is so much more attractive.
I've eaten my share of good tasting unattractive food. I have no problem with that, but convincing DH to try something like it, is near impossible.
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Dawnsey asked this question in 2004, but I'm sure she appreciates your response
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