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Pudding Sticks



Pudding Stick is a stirring tool. It's a round stick, flattened at the end you used to stir with, making it resemble a paddle.

It is more useful than a spoon for scraping the bottom of a pot and preventing a pudding or porridge from burning,

Early ones were usually quite long, to let you reach into an open-fire hearth without burning your hands. Later, as stove-tops became prevalent, the handles got shorter.

They were popular in Victorian kitchens.

Pudding stick also came to be a derogatory term that canoeists would apply to an unsatisfactory paddle.




Pudding Stick Pudding
A Pudding Stick is also the name use for a Prepared Food of North American style pudding. Made by the Jello-O company, they come in boxes of 8 individual-sized serving portions. Each portion of pudding is in a package cylinder. You open a tab at the top, and squeeze the container and the pudding rises out for you to suck. Then you discard the container.

These Pudding Sticks come in many different flavours.


See also:

Spoons

Ice Cream Scoops; Ladles; Mote Spoon; Pouring Spoons; Pudding Sticks; Slotted Spoons; Spurtles; Stir; Wooden Spoons

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Also called:

Mush Stick

Citation

Oulton, Randal. "Pudding Sticks." CooksInfo.com. Published 16 July 2005; revised 15 February 2007. Web. Accessed 12/13/2017. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/pudding-sticks>.

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