The following sauce can be poured over the pudding:
Notes on the recipe:
Adapted from Dining with William Shakespeare by Madge Lorwin.
I used a mixture of good homemade sourdough and regular white bread for the pudding. It bakes up beautifully, but tends to fall right away if not kept warm.
1 slice of bread = 1/3 cup dry bread crumbs; 1 pd. of bread approximately equals 16 slices; 16 slices of bread = 5 1/4 cups dry bread crumbs.
Yonnie Travis owns a comic/card shop and works in a used bookstore; she has two sons, ages 8 and 18 months, who keep her very busy. Her hobbies include medieval cookery and needlework (though there isn't much time for that!), and she participates with The Society for Creative Anchronism, Inc.
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