To celebrate the event we made a plum duff of flour, which we ate with a tin of Swiss milk.
If the sea gets much higher, Cookie won't have to stir the plum duff at all!
Now if you won't keep me any longer I'll make you some plum duff for dinner.
Last of all, and borne in triumphantly by the cook himself, was a big smoking “plum duff” with cream sauce.
But we haven't any goose or anything else except salt junk and plum duff.
Jest settin' easy, bawlin' orders—jest feedin' on plum duff.
Roast beef and plum duff, not to speak of pipes and 'baccy, and forty old people of both sexes sitting down to 'the do.'
“All right,” said I, bolting as quickly as I could a piece of “plum duff” which Dobbs had just brought me.
Back to the ship for our diving suits—booty for everyone, and plum duff for dinner!'
If it was unusually large, he would say: "plum duff and fried chicken for a Sunday dinner."