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January 06, 2006

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Kimberly

My mother's version of this pudding/cake was one of my favorite desserts when I was a child. I haven't ever made it myself... and I think it's time. Thanks for the reminder.

Rebecca

My mother used to make this all the time, too; it was one of her favorites, although not so much ours as children. I think we were a bit put off by the tartness of the whole thing. Definitely one to resurrect.

And I was just writing about Laurie Colwin this morning to Julie, whose post on Barbara Tropp reminded me of her, another untimely death and very sad when you read Home Cooking and More Home Cooking, knowing what's coming.

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