The first Sunday in February is Yorkshire Pudding Day!  

Pride of the north and an essential accompaniment to the most British of meals – the Sunday Roast – the Yorkshire pudding is one of my ultimate comfort foods

The first recorded recipe of the Yorkshire Pudding date back to the 18th century. In the 1737 book called The Whole Duty of a Woman, reference was made to “dripping puddings” as they were originally made from the dripping that fell from the meat as it was roasted on the open fire.

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Katy Hackforth

I look after communications and marketing at Dairy Diary. I’m a busy mum and love home baking and cooking for my family. In my spare time I enjoy visiting the theatre, eating out with friends and exploring the great outdoors!

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