Cake and Custard, and Various Other Inexpensive Puddings

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By Eliza Acton

Published 1845

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Even when very dry, the remains of a sponge or a Savoy cake will serve excellently for a pudding, if lightly broken up, or crumbled, and intermixed or not, with a few retifias or macaroons, which should also be broken up. A custard