05 Jun Christmas in July
The history of the Christmas Pudding goes back to British days, when the Brits would celebrate their snowy cold Christmas with a Traditional Christmas Pudding.
However in the Southern hemisphere, our Christmas Day is usually spent baking under the hot December sun. So what do we do… we have Christmas in July.
Where it originated from is difficult to establish, but it seems to come from our Northern neighbours who immigrated to Australia, but still wanted to celebrate Christmas in the cold, like they did in England.
The Pudding People recognise that there are those of us who like to have our Christmas Pudding in July (or June, or any other time of the year) so we are open all year round. June is now upon us, and our puddings are sitting on the shelves, ready for your Christmas in July feast.