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Bahier Boudin with Plain Fresh Milk 250g

  • Regular price £3.80


At the origin of the white pudding, a tradition dating from the Middle Ages where it was customary to start Christmas Eve with a porridge composed of milk, crumb, fat and starch served hot.

It was not until the XNUMXth century for the white pudding to take its characteristic form, when a cook had the idea of ​​serving this preparation in a pork casing, in order to make it more presentable and worthy of wealthy tables.

Traditionally tasted at Christmas time, white pudding is still associated today with noble products such as foie gras, truffles or scallops.

An ancestral butcher's know-how that Bahier still declines today.

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