Raglan Road's Bread Pudding

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  1. Dafnaf

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  3. Maggi May

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    I don't remember it having cinnamon, but if you have a concern over an allergy (or just not liking cinnamon :) ) I'm sure the restaurant staff would find out for you.

    BTW, the bread pudding is incredible. Hope you get a chance to try it.:)
     
  4. hoffman1

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    I am kind of tagging on to this thread. I was wondering what it is like too. Does it have raisins?
     
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    I don't remember raisins. I only remember that my eyes were rolling in the back of my head over how incredibly delicious it was!
     
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    ok that smily laughs way harder than I imagined
     
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    If there is- it is minimal as I hate cinammon and love the pudding. If it is an allergy, then i would certainly ask.
     
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    I am a huge bread pudding fan....for the life of me I cannot remember if it had raisins or not. However, I do remember it being a bit mushy for my taste and probably because I make bread pudding and like it to be more together and not so custardy....do not get me wrong, it was good.......but I do not remember thinking great.
     
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    I don't think so. That was really good, the meal itself was not. Here's a picture of it.

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    the caramel sauce and the creme anglaise (I think it is creme anglaise they serve with it) are what turns this good pud into a fab, dream making pud.

    I have dreamt of this pudding for 2 years now ....LOL

    Cannot wait to try it again on this trip, I hope it doesn't let me down

    Val
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  13. Luv2Roam

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    I just ate it last Sunday. If it had cinnamon, it certainly not enough to really notice. But with all that carmel sauce and sweet cream, who would notice? :rotfl2:
     
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    Just checked out the recipe in the Head Chef's Cookbook (which we just purchased! :cool1: )and there is no cinnamon in the pudding or the sauces. However, I now need to find mucovado and caster sugars if I am to make it according to the recipe. Has anyone ever heard of these sugars? :confused3
     
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    Caster sugar is a superfine granular sugar. I use it to make iced tea and lemonade because it dissolves readily in cold liquid. I find it at Whole Foods or at Fresh Market. Muscovado sugar is sugar in the raw, like Turbinado sugar. Big brown crystals. I use it on top of creme brulee...it torches very nicely!

    Hope that helps! :)
     
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    Thank you! :thumbsup2 I am familiar with "superfine" and "raw" sugar-guess the names just threw me off. :rolleyes:
     
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    Just a point of order - bread pudding and bread and butter pudding (what RR has) is not the same thing.

    I can best describe B&BP as layers of french toast and raisins densely packed and baked instead of fried, with a sauce or two poured over it. I can't say for certain that the RR version had raisins, but I believe it did.

    They can often be similar in presentation and even sauces I believe, but prepared very differently and can have different ingredients.
     
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    It definitely had raisins in it. I can't stand raisins, but didn't mind them so much in Grer's Bread & Butter Pudding. They added that extra umph that was perfect with it. I'm drooling just thinking about it.:worship:
     
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    May I ask the name of the Head Chef and the name of his cookbook? I'd like to pick it up, too. Did you buy it there, or in a bookstore? Thanks!
     
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    Kevin Dundon's cookbook is entitled, "Full On Irish: Creative Contemporary Cooking." ($30.00) We ordered it from Barnes & Noble although it is available at RR. We are very exciting to try some of the recipes as we just loved our visits to RR. :upsidedow
     
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    According to the Head Chef's cookbook, the raisins are soaked in Irish Mist Liqueur. ;)
     

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