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Saturday, April 17, 2010

Ice Cream and Black Puddings


I've shown you the ice-cream van outside the White Lion before. Indeed it sparked several people into providing a cartoon caption.

I've also shown you the Black Pudding stall before.

Now you can see both of them together on the Saturday market.

10 comments:

Naturedigital said...

Beautiful.
Costas

Bill said...

I love the caption of your earlier post. I am trying hard to come up with another one involving black pudding and ice cream.

AVCr8teur said...

I'm not sure what black pudding is, but I would like to give it a try.

CambridgeLady said...

Black pudding - I've tried that once and really didn't like the taste (and I'll eat most things :S ). I'm straight to the ice-cream van ....... nice pic!

RuneE said...

Suggestion for a new title: "A monochrome meal" :-)

Louis la Vache said...

«Louis» is VERY particular about ice cream. He only likes TWO kinds!

(And what two might those be, «Louis»?

«Louis»: Home Made and Store Bought.)

Louis la Vache said...

hee hee - «Louis» just saw RuneE's comment!
PERFECT!

Unseen Rajasthan said...

I Would love to try both of them !Fantastic !!

Cezar and Léia said...

I was thinking of "black pudding" as kind of traditional dessert but it seems to be a blood sausage? Hmmmm, I also like that. The best I ever tried was one typical from Flemish Belgium, I don't remember the name (Flemish names are quite difficult for me...), but it tasted great with a sweet apple sauce!
God bless you!
Cezar

Tom said...

Excellent capture Gerald.... I used to eat black pudding quite a lot but I can't stand them now... I do however buy the ones from Morrisons that have barley in them and not the lumps of fat.

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