cabinet pudding, if a "left-over," should perhaps be called "reconstruction pudding."
The cabinet pudding is that which is to be found in any cook book, baked in individual forms, and served with foamy sauce.
The cabinet pudding as I shall make it to-day will be rather elaborate.
We shall cook salt codfish stewed in cream, venison with currant jelly, stewed carrots, and cabinet pudding.
Cut the top neatly off, scoop out a deep hole, saving the cake to be used in making a cabinet pudding.
We are going to have soup, a leg of mutton with potatoes and spinach, a dish of fried cutlets, and a cabinet pudding.
After that he had a turn at roast pork and apple sauce, and after that a cabinet pudding and some Gorgonzola cheese.
By the advent of the pudding—it was cabinet pudding—I had become conscious that she had looked at me casually three times.
a traditional English dessert of ladyfingers or cake layered with custard and dried fruit then baked in a mold and served with crème anglaise