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TITLE
Members of the Highland Pudding Club at Foyers Hotel, 1994
EXTERNAL ID
PC_PUDDINGCLUB_07
PLACENAME
Foyers
DISTRICT
Inverness
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
INVERNESS: Boleskine and Abertarff
DATE OF IMAGE
1994
PERIOD
1990s
CREATOR
Norman Newton/Peter Reynolds
SOURCE
Bob Steward
ASSET ID
29653
KEYWORDS
eating
food
deserts
restaurants
Members of the Highland Pudding Club at Foyers Hotel, 1994

This photograph shows members of the Highland Pudding Club dining at Foyers Hotel in 1994. On this occasion they enjoyed an eight-course meal comprising a starter (Salmon Patè), Prears Franjipan, Bannoffee Pie, Bread Crème Caramel, Chocolate Pudding with Tia Maria Sauce, Hazelnut Meringue Cake, Typsy Laird and Mystery Pudding.

The inaugural meeting of the Highland Pudding Club took place on 22 July 1992 at the Longhouse Restaurant in Nairn. Nearly 30 people attended for an evening of deserts and sweets along with pudding-related quizzes and competitions. Members of the Club then met on a regular basis in restaurants whose chefs were renowned for their puddings and deserts.

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Members of the Highland Pudding Club at Foyers Hotel, 1994

INVERNESS: Boleskine and Abertarff

1990s

eating; food; deserts; restaurants

Bob Steward

This photograph shows members of the Highland Pudding Club dining at Foyers Hotel in 1994. On this occasion they enjoyed an eight-course meal comprising a starter (Salmon Patè), Prears Franjipan, Bannoffee Pie, Bread Crème Caramel, Chocolate Pudding with Tia Maria Sauce, Hazelnut Meringue Cake, Typsy Laird and Mystery Pudding.<br /> <br /> The inaugural meeting of the Highland Pudding Club took place on 22 July 1992 at the Longhouse Restaurant in Nairn. Nearly 30 people attended for an evening of deserts and sweets along with pudding-related quizzes and competitions. Members of the Club then met on a regular basis in restaurants whose chefs were renowned for their puddings and deserts.