It was popularized as a holiday dessert in 16th-century England and also is known as Christmas pudding or plum pudding.
But Orwell did think the British made one thing particularly well: plum pudding.
Opposite her, busy with a large dish of plum pudding, sat Mr. Harriman.
What would you have if you could get it,—roast chicken and plum pudding?
But what fun they had all day, and what a Christmas dinner, with a plum pudding as big as a pumpkin.
Such a turkey, such a piece of beef, and such a plum pudding!
Already I have eaten more than half a turkey and the best part of a plum pudding.
You couldn't wheel anything, so full are you of turkey and plum pudding!
I mean not you by the plum pudding, but the circumstantial combination.
In the picture we get a glimpse of a roast pig and a plum pudding.