It is the second thus adorned, but whereas the first had been empty, this was charged with plum-pudding.
Turkey, mince-pies, plum-pudding—all was there as in the days of his youth.
The plum-pudding is not universal, but the Christmas tree is in almost every home.
And over and beyond the beef there was a plum-pudding and three mince-pies.
Friends have risen up for him on every side, yet if he should be hanged, none of them will eat a slice of plum-pudding the less.
Perhaps you'd like a slice of beefsteak and a piece of plum-pudding too, wouldn't you?
The men, too, said that they had had a "plum-pudding voyage" of it so far, and they were perfectly ready for a fight.
It is like the Chinese plum-pudding where they forgot to tie the bag.
One among them all, perhaps -- if they could be expected to eat Napoleon cakes at all after plum-pudding.
The baron of beef was flanked with plum-pudding and mince-pies.