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Middle English from Anglo-Norman suet accusative of sue tallow variant of Old French sieu from Latin sēbum
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Middle English sewet, from Anglo-Norman suet, siuet, from Old French seu, from Latin sebum.
A suet lid seals the pudding, which is then steamed.
If you're going to decorate a tree that is outside, use pinecones, peanut butter, and suet to make edible ornaments for the birds.
Sussex Pond Pudding A Sussex Pond pudding has a steaming suet crust which encases a whole lemon with golden buttery sugar syrup.
Make it the same way, but add a few currants to the suet dough, and leave out the lemon completely.
I arrived feeling like a lardy suet pudding past its sell-by date, & went away feeling like an organic fresh fruit salad!
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