A Figgy Duff is a bit of a weird thing. It’s a pudding that’s made, and put in a bag, and it’s plunked into a cooked supper. And a cooked supper being – there’s meat, there’s vegetables, there is everything in one pot and then you plunk this pudding bag right in the middle of it . And that’s how you cook the pudding. I think that Figgy Duff is pretty unique
to Newfoundland. I’ve never heard of it anywhere else. I’ve also never heard of
putting a bread pudding in a pot with salt meat and vegetables and everything
else that you’re gonna have for supper that night. Unless you’re a Viking which
case I’m sure they did that all the time. Nowadays I don’t think they do that. If you’re visiting Newfoundland you have to try a Figgy Duff. You have to try toutons, and you have to try a Figgy Duff. Absolutely. Absolutely. You have to
try a well-made Figgy Duff too, like a blueberry Figgy Duff, but yeah you
definitely have to try it.