This pud will give traditonal Yorkshire tightwads a run for their money – stuffed with luxury beef, truffle and finished with gold leaf it is designed to be the most expensive traditional Tyke treat on the market.
The delicacy, on the menu for £500, was prepared by top chefs at the The Devonshire Arms Hotel, Bolton Abbey in aid of National Yorkshire Pudding Day on Sunday February 2.
The offering turns the tables on the historical origins of the dish, which helped bulk out mealtimes for people who couldn’t afford much meat for their roasted dinners.
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