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A group of underwriters who do not need to proceed to form a syndicate.
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"The rule of the pudding club is to make sure you have an empty bowl when you come up to the table," Stephen, 57, explains.
I think they'd really have something to moan about if a nag that had been declared in the pudding club were to be backed off the boards for a race depleted by late non-runners, and pulled ten lengths clear at the two pole, only to be overhauled close home by a devious mare that had gained access to the trainer's wife's turkey baster and done the job on the sly.
Are you in the pudding club? Do you look like a dog's dinner?
Gwyneth, now in the pudding club but not sure who done it, ran off with Lancelot and they set up a love nest in Caerau Lane.
It has enjoyed the same private ownership since 1995 and is famous as home of the Pudding Club. You can join in the fun and enjoy traditional British puddings at the weekly meetings or stay in one of the seven unique pudding bedrooms.
The row is no trifling matter for Azzari Too owner Barry Hall, who is hoping his hoping his trade doesn't crumble and customers desert him following the ultimatum from The Pudding Club - the group of sweet-toothed enthusiasts who meet at the Three Ways Hotel, Mickleton, Gloucestershire.
At an exhibition of British culture staged in Osaka last year, Japanese people spent pounds 1.5million on Cotswolds products including puddings from The Pudding Club at Three Ways Hotel, Mickleton, and cream teas from Huffkins tea rooms, in Stow-on-the-Wold.
The winner will be crowned the Amateur Pudding Chef of the Year 2008 and receive a weekend away at the Pudding Club. They will also win a cooking lesson with Mich, who has baked cakes for the Queen, Sir Paul McCartney and Madonna.
There is a club dedicated to people who love British puddings called, aptly enough, The Pudding Club