I forget what it was I was looking at, but I came across this recipe for Manchester Pudding from the 1850's. I know I started off with Manchester Tarts and followed a link, but I can't quite recall what I had looked up to end up at the tarts. http://www.foodsofengland.co.uk/manchesterpudding.htm When I get back from my few days away, I may be tempted. Ingredients 1 pint of milk 3oz breadcrumbs 1 lemon, rind of Sugar, to taste 4 eggs 3oz butter, melted Puff pastry, enough to line a dish. Jam or marmalade (your choice but typically red) Method. Preheat your oven... Query what temp or if indeed that important. Line a suitable sized dish with puff pastry. Put a layer of jam over the bottom of the pastry (so not up the sides). Bring the milk to the boil, add the breadcrumbs and lemon rind and simmer (query how long) until the breadcrumbs are stewed (!). Sweeten to taste with the sugar Then add the eggs (beaten) and the melted butter to the mixture and mix in well. Pour the batter into the pastry case Now bake for an hour until set.