Batter royale: why Brits and Americans will never agree on hot gloop

There was British outrage about the New York Times recipe for a Dutch baby, which some felt was having a Yorkshire for pudding

A perceived slight against the yorkshire pudding appears to have thrown the British public into a frenzy, thanks in part to the BBC’s shocking declaration that the “New York Times thinks Yorkshire pudding is a dessert”.

According to BBC News: “confusion has reigned supreme on Twitter after the New York Times tweeted its version of a classic Yorkshire pudding – to be served with ‘syrup, preserves, confectioners’ sugar or cinnamon sugar’.”

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Source: theguardian
Batter royale: why Brits and Americans will never agree on hot gloop