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Oct 19, 2007 05:34 PM

ISO Heinz Sticky Toffee Pudding

Yes, cake.
In a can.

Any places within a reasonable drive of the city where I can get it over the counter?
I need to administer to a homesick Brit. Peninsula over East Bay preferred, but I'm willing to cross a bridge for this bloke.


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  1. Don't know about the tinned variety, though Piedmont Grocery carries a lot of tinned British products. You might instead try the Sticky Date Pudding at Bakesale Betty. It's great.

    4 Replies
    1. re: lexdevil

      You mean I've been going to Bakesale Betty's and NEVER knew they had sticky date pud? Aieeeeee!

      1. re: oakjoan

        It comes in a disposable round cake pan w/ a container of sauce. The two are wrapped together in cello and tied w/ a ribbon.

        1. re: lexdevil

          It's not the kind of dessert I would usually go for, but it is fantastic. The container of sauce is a very generous amount as well.

          1. re: Atomica

            It's WONDERFUL. Will be tough to beat that.

    2. I've seen canned Heinz items at Cost plus world markets.


      1. You might want to try and locate a British expatriate (SP?) site and post an inquiry.

        1. In San Carlos, there's a place on El Camino that may have it.

          1. Try Roxie Market, an irish grocery in Inner Sunset--they have lots of UK packaged goods. And, strangely, very delicious meatball grinders. I'd recommend calling first to ask if they have it, but I suspect that they do.

            Roxie's Market & Deli
            500 Kirkham St, San Francisco, CA