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    Bread Pudding

    Anyone else out there besides me love bread pudding ?
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    I do. My Grandmother on mom's side was from south of New Orleans and she made the best bread pudding. Sometimes she would put fruit/raisins in.

    I've found some good out there but never close to Grand Ma Jacquet!
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    Quote Originally Posted by K4PIH View Post
    I do. My Grandmother on mom's side was from south of New Orleans and she made the best bread pudding. Sometimes she would put fruit/raisins in.

    I've found some good out there but never close to Grand Ma Jacquet!
    You probably never will. Just like my grandmas lasagna. In over 60 years I never had better, and finally quit looking. When I want lasagna, I make a double batch using her recipe. It is close to hers, but not quite right on. I always knew that crazy lady left some little something off the recipe she gave me. I only hope that some day I can get even.
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    I'm glad you asked. Ours has a little butter, dried fruit and a sprinkling of nutmeg or cinnamon. It tolerates a little jam or marmalade and it's perfect for invalids as well.
    We used to have this at school, principally to use up unused bread, cost-cutting obviously. Cook was a bit sly, often an unbitten slice with jam would turn up, OK but one day I found a slice with Marmite (yeast extract) on, yuck!

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    Bread pudding has always been a true love of mine.

    After moving back to New England 2 years ago, I have come face to face with my childhood foods again. This was one of them. I also grew up on brown bread in a can (sailor food from the old rigger days) and B&M beans. The old plant is still in operation down in Portland going on 150 years. Now i want some bread pudding with a big pile of whipped cream on it!
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    I can remember the old B&M commercials. However, out here, they were called B&M Hydro. I guess it must have had water added. We used to eat a lot of cheap stuff. We were so poor the neighbor lady had to have me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by N7YA View Post
    Bread pudding has always been a true love of mine.

    After moving back to New England 2 years ago, I have come face to face with my childhood foods again. This was one of them. I also grew up on brown bread in a can (sailor food from the old rigger days) and B&M beans. The old plant is still in operation down in Portland going on 150 years. Now i want some bread pudding with a big pile of whipped cream on it!
    I was just there at that plant about 3 weeks ago. Such a small plant for such a huge brand! Technically, the plant is in S. Portland not far off the water. The docks are out back and it's peaceful watching the scenery waiting for them to load.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K7SGJ View Post
    I can remember the old B&M commercials. However, out here, they were called B&M Hydro. I guess it must have had water added. We used to eat a lot of cheap stuff. We were so poor the neighbor lady had to have me.
    Devi and I always say Bowel and Movement...but their stuff is far from that, we are just being immature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by N7YA View Post
    Devi and I always say Bowel and Movement...but their stuff is far from that, we are just being immature.
    I don't know about youse guys, Adam, but for me, immature is a huge step forward.
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