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Sticky Toffee Pudding

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Stewart Jul 22, 2004 09:16 AM

Blair's Cakes made the best sticky toffee pudding.
Now that Blair's is gone, I can not find a really good sticky toffee pudding.
I tried making my own with inconsistent results.
Where can I find a good, freshly made sticky toffee pudding in toronto?

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    Renee RE: Stewart Jul 22, 2004 08:06 PM

    The Foggy Dew at King West does one, but I'm not sure if you can take it home. I've only ever tried their sticky toffee pudding so I have no idea how it would compare to others.

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      QC RE: Stewart Jul 23, 2004 05:04 AM

      Mmmmm...sticky toffee pudding.....unfortunately, I can't help you out with a venue in Toronto.

      however, I can tell you that I'm on a 3 week stint in the UK and after seeing your post yesterday, I went out and had some after dinner last night! Sweet, sticky goodness!

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        Lazar RE: Stewart Jul 23, 2004 08:43 AM

        I believe FoodMuvment.com has a step by step recipe (along with picture) for Sticky toffee pudding.

        Although, I must admit, I have never tried it. But how hard could it be?

        Link: http://food.muvment.com

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          Mila RE: Lazar Dec 12, 2007 09:59 AM

          If you go this route. Nigella's is SO easy and SO good.
          http://www.styleathome.com/styleathom...

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          Helen RE: Stewart Jul 23, 2004 09:35 AM

          Loblaws has it always (frozen) at Xmas time, haven't seen it lately but possible one of the super Loblaws has it. Always very, very good.

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            Ibis1234 RE: Stewart Dec 11, 2007 07:17 PM

            President's Choice (Loblaw's) was supposed to have the sticky toffee pudding again this year. When I went to find it, was told that they had all been "recalled". Not sure what that's all about. Tried "Googling" it as well, but no results...at least not about the PC Brand. However, there are some good recipes there, if you fancy "Googling".

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              bluesbreaker1969 RE: Ibis1234 Dec 12, 2007 04:58 AM

              does anyone remember the Robin Hood one? I remember having that as a kid in the winter and I would always burn the roof of my mouth b/c of that molten toffee/sugar syrup.

              but it was delish.

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                Stewart RE: bluesbreaker1969 Dec 12, 2007 07:27 AM

                Hey ...
                Now using recipe from "Cook's Illustrated"
                Awesome.
                Enjoy
                (how do these old posts get dug up ?)

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