Rick’s Marlborough pudding raises £1000 for local charity

21st Aug 2019

Our restaurant in Marlborough has donated its first £1000 to local initiative Devizes and District Food Bank following sales of our Marlborough Pudding.

Rick and our team added the pudding to the menu earlier in the year, with 50p from the sale of each pudding going straight to the charity. The dish, famous in New England and taken over from Wiltshire by the Pilgrim Fathers in the 17th century, involves a baked tart of Bramley apple, eggs and cream, dry sherry, cinnamon and nutmeg, finished with a glazed Italian meringue and served with warm custard.

The monies raised will go to help support the good work of the food bank, with Liz Starling commenting “We’re thrilled to have the support of Rick Stein, Marlborough and it’s amazing that such a great amount of money has been raised already.”

You can still enjoy the Marlborough Pudding on both our a la carte menu and set menu – 3 courses for £24.95.

Thanks for your support.

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