If I’m going to bother with rice pudding, I’m going to take it up a notch and infuse some kind of interesting flavor in it. Which is how I landed on orange and pecan.
The Fruitarian has been begging for another taste of this pudding. Of the hundreds of recipes on this humble blog, this pudding, and the parfait I made with it, are his most memorable.
I decided to swallow my pride and make my husband one of his favorite comforting desserts. I bought a loaf of french bread, added in a bunch of raisins, poured the custard over the top, and let it bake.
This simple chocolate pudding is a recipe I learned from Robb’s family. He loves foods that are basic, simple, uncomplicated. This pudding is one of his favorites, and we eat it pretty regularly. Chocolate pudding tastes just like love.
When I told Robb I intended to make Strawberry Pudding, he wondered aloud whether it even existed. It will when I make it, I replied. He should just trust me, because it’s one of the tastiest and creamiest desserts I’ve had in a long time!
We may have celebrated the single most boring 4th of July in my entire life this year. In years past, we have gone camping, or swimming, or had family barbecues. Maybe it’s because the holiday was on a Wednesday, but we had nothing planned. Nothing at all. I take that back. We had one thing planned. [Read On]
I think most of you know by now that my son is a fruit lover. A “fruitarian,” my mom calls him. I’ve yet to find the fruit he dislikes, but among his absolute favorites are cantelope, kiwi, and bananas. Wow, does that kid love bananas. I remember a friend saying that she never understood why [Read On]