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This traditional British holiday dessert from food writer Jane Hornby's "What to Cook and How to Cook It" is a cross between sticky toffee and Christmas pudding, but with a lighter feel. Dates add moisture and sweetness.

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  • KleinjaLJ
    27 JUL, 2011
    please correct the error in the sauce. Thank you.
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  • Chantily
    30 DEC, 2010
    To use all purpose flour, just add two teaspoons of baking powder.
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