bread pudding


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bread pudding

n.
A dessert consisting of dry or stale bread that has been soaked in a mixture of milk, eggs, sugar, vanilla, and often other ingredients and then baked.
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shouted a bread pudding, shaking its fist at the Yellow Hen.
He retorted with this, and drew the appropriate return of a bread pudding in an earthen dish.
Start your holiday menu with a versatile and savory bread pudding, created by Irvin Lin, author of the blog, Eat the Love.
The final course of Jamieson's chocolate bread pudding was served with Woodford Reserve butter sauce and a sorghum whipped cream.
Hill Top Library is inviting people to join in with 'tay and caerke' - a cup of tea and piece of Black Country bread pudding.
Chatlah bread is often used as sandwich bread, the base for French toast and bread pudding, or simply enjoyed on its own with butter or other topping.
Tender, crisp-fried lamb tongue with star-anise sauce delivers, as do the silky foie gras ice cream and the date bread pudding with black olive-infused caramel and chorizo-candied almonds.
That's how Uno's menu describes its Bread Pudding with a Salty Caramel Sauce.
They have an incredible bread pudding on their dessert menu.
Allesley-based group The Saints is launching 2009 with a one-act comedy The Last Bread Pudding.
The 'kitchen cook friendly' recipes themselves range from Roasted halibut with Banana-Orange Relish; Chicken & Asparagus with Melted Gruyere; Warm Arugula Bread Salad; and Flank Steak Pinwheels; to Five-Spice Turkey & Lettuce Wraps; Tomato & Fennel Salad; Blueberry-Lime Margaritas; and Savory Bread Pudding with Spinach & Mushrooms.
Her newest culinary collection is "Bread Pudding", showcasing an impressive variety of bread pudding recipes guaranteed to be as easy to make as they are fun to consume, and range from such delectable dishes as Boozey Bread Pudding and Orange Marmalade Bread Pudding, to Jalapeno Cornbread Pudding and Fresh Raspberry Bread Pudding.