The Upside-down Pudding: A Small Book of Christmas Feasts

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National Library of Australia, 1999 - Christmas - 61 pages
Christmas in Australia is the result of a bold cultural and culinary experiment. They took an English winter pudding (and the festival that went with it) and transported it halfway round the globe. There they added lashings of American romance, European tradition, Australian patriotism, and commercialism, and boiled it in the Australian summer. Its progress through the years has interested journalists, novelists, sermon-makers, shopkeepers and food writers. Many of their observations have found their way onto the shelves of the National Library of Australia.

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