Discussion in 'Homebound/Bedbound' started by ConfusedInPA, Oct 14, 2014.
This looks yummy!
What is it??
Looks like an attempt to combine a brioch with a bagel that incorporates
the cream cheese before baking. Or to put it another way, haven't the
I hunted around and found a pic of the vatrushka which is somewhat similar
in appearance. It has a cottage cheese filling. Comes from the east edge of
I asked Gordon. He said, "They're definitely not dim sum."
Nope, they are definitely not dim sum!
Here are some more views of the same item:
The first image above is just a "pile" of the ?? on a plate. The second image is the ?? in a cast iron fry pan.
I'll give y'all a clue: Wiki says: It's an English dish.
Diane (getting hungry)
Beats me. The English have lots of dishes with funny names: Toad in a Hole, Spotted
Dick, Bubble and Squeak, etc. Are all three pics the same food? They don't look
AND THE ANSWER IS: ......................
DRUM ROLL PLEASE .........................
The first image was baked in small muffin tins. Not sure what the second image was baked in. The third image was made in a cast iron pan!
I always thought Yorkshire Pudding was a "pudding" -- think Jello Pudding or Rice Pudding or Tapioca Pudding.
But wiki says:
I never knew that!
I love the English names for certain dishes. Kevin sometimes craves "bangers" for supper, especially after the butcher told him that they are made low in salt in their meat department!
Separate names with a comma.