The pudding this week is simply delicious. It has got to be one of the easiest puddings to make and it looks great. You won’t see me using much hyperbole on this blog, but today is an exception. Trust me….. you have to try this one!
I was recently in (San Cristóbal de) La Laguna in Tenerife with most of the family.
We had just come out from visiting the church “Iglesia de la Concepción”, we were hungry and it was raining lightly.
We made a dash for the first restaurant just across the square.
We had and would visit some fine restaurants during our stay on the island, but this one stood out from all the others. Exquisite food, great staff and very reasonably priced. Over the coming months I plan on publishing three recipes from our time in Tenerife, two of which come from this restaurant. So if you are out that way then let me recommend to you the “Tasca-Mesón Guerea”
The name of the pudding might lead to some mirth from my Spanish-speaking readers and, due to the double entendre in the title, I feel completely incapable of translating it into something English and repeatable! If however you serve it at your next candlelight supper, just feign innocence and introduce it in Spanish………………
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2017 Lincoln W. Betteridge