Yorkshire Pudding Day 

25th January 2021

Since 2007, the first Sunday in February has been marked as Yorkshire Pudding Day, a day set aside to celebrate the beauty of the humble Yorkshire pudding!

This year’s Yorkshire Pudding Day falls on Sunday 7th February, and we’re ready to help you celebrate!

 

The origins of the Yorkshire pudding 

The recipe for the Yorkshire pudding dates back to the 1700’s, and Yorkshire puddings were actually originally known as ‘dripping puds’, as they were traditionally cooked over an open fire, causing the juices to drip down!

A light, airy and delicious savoury pudding, the Yorkshire pudding is now made from egg, flour and milk, and for many people it’s an essential component of the perfect roast dinner! 

 

Celebrate Yorkshire Pudding Day with The Catering Butcher 

Whether you’ll be marking Yorkshire Pudding Day with a beautiful roast dinner, or a delicious toad in the hole, we’ve got you covered! 

Pick up a carton of local, free range eggs, for your Yorkshire pudding batter, and why not try our succulent Cumberland sausages for your toad in the hole! 

If you’re thinking of marking the day with a traditional roast dinner, choose from our beef roasting joint, pork roasting joint, lamb roasting joint, whole chicken, or gammon joint, and why not add some Brambles apple sauce or English mustard to complete your meal!

 

Try something new 

Yorkshire puddings don’t have to be savoury, why not try whipping up some Yorkshire puddings for dessert? 

Yorkshire puddings can actually make an extremely versatile dessert, why not set up a ‘decorate your pudding’ station, where everyone can fill their Yorkshire puddings with ice cream and toppings of their choice!

We can help you put together the perfect meal for Yorkshire Pudding Day, we deliver to Stoke on Trent, Stone, Eccleshall, Leek, Congleton, Crewe, Nantwich, Uttoxeter, and anywhere in between! Find out more about our delivery service, and how to order here.