What about brawn or sausages, or black puddings or ham, mum?
There were there black puddings, sausages, hams, and plenty of good things.
The "black puddings" resemble great fossil ammonites, cut up lengthwise.
On the morning of Christmas Day the usual breakfast was of black puddings, with jannock, &c.
Black puddings are stated to have figured for many years at every dinner of the Club.
As he jumped out, a servant of his said, while he seized his arms: “There are going to be black puddings.”
La Sanginne then put three black puddings on the table, a quart of cervoise ale, and a big hunch of bread.
Aye,” said Ulenspiegel, “black puddings are agreeable company for the lonely soul.
The old woman who wished for black puddings is one, and the man who wished his mill to always grind salt is another.
A great institution in France, and especially in Paris, at which black puddings are an indispensable dish.