Highdays & Other Days: A Passion for Puddings

Highdays & Other Days: A Passion for Puddings

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Details

Location

Cullybackey

Year

1991

Source

Digitised as part of the UTV Archive Partnership Project (ITV, Northern Ireland Screen and PRONI)

Format

Betacam

colour

Length

25min 15sec

Silent

sound

Courtesy

DfC, ITV, UTV Archive

Rights Holder

ITV

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Description

“How about turning a simple rice pudding into a baked rice meringue with drunken raisins?”

This is just one of many Jenny Bristow’s favourite pudding recipes presented in this episode of Highdays and Other Days series. Jenny prepares a selection of puddings - some hot, some cold - something to suit everybody’s taste along with a word of advice: “Never skimp on good-quality ingredients when it comes to the pudding; don’t feel one bit guilty, just enjoy them. After all, that’s what they are for”.

The studio kitchen, backdrop to Jenny’s cookery show, is the epitome of rustic charm. Here she prepares a range of dishes - varying in difficulty from the very simple to the most sophisticated - for special occasions. Whether it's Sunday lunch for the family, or a children's birthday party, or a picnic, or a party buffet, Jenny provides you with a host of easy-to-follow recipes and tips.

Notes

Jennifer Ann Bristow is a Northern Irish cook and cookery writer. Bristow was brought up on her family's dairy farm near Coleraine. A former home economics teacher at Cambridge House in Ballymena, Bristow made her first television appearance on Ulster Television's Farming Ulster in 1989 demonstrating how to cook with potatoes, which led a producer at the station to offer Bristow her own series.

Credits

Produced & Directed by Ruth Johnston

Presented by Jenny Bristow

Camera: Sam Christie

Sound: P.J. McGirr, Ralph Campbell

Lights: Maurice Blair

Production Assistant: Patricia Moore

Video Editor: Philip White

Ulster Television production

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