Eclectic paradigm - The dilemma of British pudding made in situ vs. ex situ

Today I could hardly prepare dinner, because learning multinational management related conceptual frameworks is taking its toll. Eclectic paradigm was coined by John Harry Dunning. His basic theory was about different ways of internationalization and the advantages that each of these steps would bring to the firms.  

Somehow I managed to put together a root vegetable & meat stew. Also, I used up the stale bread for Griff Rhys Jonesin bread and butter pudding, wondering if the pudding tasted better in situ  (i.e. in Britain) than if it was made in Finland?

Hubby likes his bread and butter pudding with some milk. I think it's ok as it is.

Thanks Laura for the beautiful flowers!

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