Goody (dessert)

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Alternative names Goodie
Type Pudding
Place of origin Ireland
Main ingredients Bread, milk, sugar, spices
Cookbook: Goody  Media: Goody

Goody or goodie is an Irish dessert-like dish made by boiling bread in milk with sugar and spices. It is often given to children or older adults.[1][2] This dish is eaten on St. John's Eve. This dish is also prepared by parents to give to children when they have an upset stomach.

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  1. ^ Dolan, Terence Patrick (2006). A Dictionary of Hiberno-English. Dublin: Gill & Macmillan. p. 111. ISBN 9780717140398. 
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