I will take him, Antoine, and I invite you to eat some black pudding.
There were long pouches of "black pudding," dangling from the booths.
The black pudding was now huddled up into the folds of her new frock: then she rued the day when pocket-holes went out of fashion.
You will not mind running to South Audley-street for a pound of black pudding?
I am going down to dinner: but I have nothing to offer you but a black pudding!'
In France they partake of white wine for breakfast, which accounts for the great consumption of black pudding.
Occasionally he sits to the practical Lundell and then he gets a piece of black pudding.
At last, when winter came he was taken down, for the black pudding was to be set before a guest.
But he could not get quite away, and he had to let himself remain with the lumps of fat to be put in a black pudding.
The mother said nothing, but gave him a large dish of black pudding, and Marleen still wept without ceasing.