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December 17, 2008

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Fran, London

Perfect winter food. This is a delicious version of the classic English bread and butter pudding. We butter the bread first (just for that little extra fat!)and tend to use slices of bread in layers with currants or other dried fruit. I'm going to make one now...

SAS

After living in New Orleans for many years, bread puddings were one of my favorite desserts (especially when you added a nice custard sauce or syrup on top!). Alas, all gone now. Gluten-free bread is either a) too expensive, or b) too much of a bother to make just to have a pudding base. FYI, if you need a savory treat, just make a bread pudding with cheese layered between the bread cubes, pour on the custard and let set overnight before baking. As Rachel would say, Yummo! Have you been skating at Rockefeller Centre yet? :> Happy holidays!

KKLL

I've been on a bread pudding binge recently and recently took a class where we baked the spiced chocolate bread pudding in a kabocha pumpkin instead of a pan.

I also did a Kona coffee bread pudding a while back after baking a baugette. I was bummed that I forgot to strain out coffee grounds before pouring the cream mixture over the bread cubes, but I figured, what the heck, it will add a nice crunch texture to the pudding. What turned out was total serendiptidy...most of the grounds settled to the bottom of the pan and formed a nice Kona coffee crust. I'll have to try this one again to see if I can reproduce it.

KKLL

I've been on a bread pudding binge recently and recently took a class where we baked the spiced chocolate bread pudding in a kabocha pumpkin instead of a pan.

I also did a Kona coffee bread pudding a while back after baking a baugette. I was bummed that I forgot to strain out coffee grounds before pouring the cream mixture over the bread cubes, but I figured, what the heck, it will add a nice crunch texture to the pudding. What turned out was total serendiptidy...most of the grounds settled to the bottom of the pan and formed a nice Kona coffee crust. I'll have to try this one again to see if I can reproduce it.

KKLL

I've been on a bread pudding binge recently and recently took a class where we baked the spiced chocolate bread pudding in a kabocha pumpkin instead of a pan.

I also did a Kona coffee bread pudding a while back after baking a baugette. I was bummed that I forgot to strain out coffee grounds before pouring the cream mixture over the bread cubes, but I figured, what the heck, it will add a nice crunch texture to the pudding. What turned out was total serendiptidy...most of the grounds settled to the bottom of the pan and formed a nice Kona coffee crust. I'll have to try this one again to see if I can reproduce it.

KKLL

I've been on a bread pudding binge recently and recently took a class where we baked the spiced chocolate bread pudding in a kabocha pumpkin instead of a pan.

I also did a Kona coffee bread pudding a while back after baking a baugette. I was bummed that I forgot to strain out coffee grounds before pouring the cream mixture over the bread cubes, but I figured, what the heck, it will add a nice crunch texture to the pudding. What turned out was total serendiptidy...most of the grounds settled to the bottom of the pan and formed a nice Kona coffee crust. I'll have to try this one again to see if I can reproduce it.

adele

Mmm. Just the thing for chilly weather... and it's definitely getting cold in Boston.

SAS

FYI, la femme du diable, this post made me absolutely crave something baked, so I just finished making GF banana bread. The house smells SOOOO good... :>

KKLL

Wow, a quadruple post. Wonder what caused my previous post to be listed four times. I only clicked on once.

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

Sometimes I think IKEA should sell the antidote along with their "easy to assemble" furniture -- which sometimes is not easy at all. This bread pudding looks like a winner -- and I love the aroma of baked pears in the winter.

BooRadley4000AD

What kind of camera do you use for those great macro shots of your food? (I try to emulate, with less success...)

José

Hi,

And I bet it tastes better than the dresser :-)
Although I seldom eat it, I also like bread pudding with raisins.
It kind of reminds of a flan pudding.
I never had one like yours, it must be really good. The pear must give it a kind of sorbet feeling.
I wonder why people buy furniture at Ikea when there's so much superior quality around....
Like I say : for me mahogany or oak

Wish you a Merry Christmas,

José

Het

Yummmmm... This sounds delicious! Just the thing for a warm winter night. What are you planning for a New Year's Dinner. Please send ideas, we've got company coming... Het

La Loutre

Hum, Hum, ill do this reciepe very soon, i love bread pudding. Its remember me when i passed my vacation in Irland with my parents when i was young. One time we staied in a hotel during one week and every morning i ate different bread pudding. It was so delicious.
When will you do a video ? i think every one who are here miss that :-)

starman1695

Bonnes Fêtes !

Laurent

That was a most delicious recipe.

sudhakar

I've done a bread and butter pudding with home made bread(from a freezer stash) and apples. Turned out great.We make huge trays of it at college and drown it in honey.

Butter Me Up

I tried your recipe with peaches and they came out of the oven simply to die for.

Thanks Amy!

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It is just like yours, minus the snacks in rooms. We each go to our beds and read or look at books, they may play something quietly on their bed or they may rest. After one hour, it seems we are refreshed and restored and happy to see each other!

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