Wednesday, January 28, 2015
The Vanilla Pudding Experience
Faith Durand, author of Bakeless Sweets, has a recipe for vanilla pudding that is worth running out for whipping cream, milk, sugar, vanilla, and eggs, the primal and essential ingredients of this pale forsythia-colored pudding the texture of suede and tasting of spring.
Some say puddings are kid food, nursing home food, or for the convalescing. No they aren't. Call them custard if you're an Anglophile or creme patisseur if you're a Francophile and want to feel more virile and continental in the kitchen, but there ain't no shame in pudding Americana.
A cool spoonful of homemade-in-a-copper-pot-on-the-stovetop-by-your-sweet-Mama? Almighty. That's powerful farm-boy-fetch-me-that-pitcher.
Posted by Elizabeth Bastos at 8:32 AM