My partner in all things, including cooking, got really inspired by the Pudding Cook Book in volume 9, and cooked two more recipes. One is a savory pudding, which sounds odd but turned out more like a crustless quiche – Chicken and Corn Pudding, pictured below.
The other one, for which we don’t have a picture, is Every-day Rice Pudding. It didn’t look that nice, but it tastes quite delicious. It’s also pretty easy to make; it just takes a long time to cook, with some attention needed during the first hour of cooking. So – delve into the pudding chapter and see how multifaceted the idea of “pudding” can be!