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Best Cook: The Queen of Pudding

Best Cook: The Queen of Pudding
2 votes, 5.00 avg. rating (93% score)

This year’s contest, a benefit for Hawley’s historical society, is scheduled for Saturday, October 31, at the Federated Church, Route 2, in Charlemont, Massachusetts. For details, or to order a copy of The Pudding Hollow Cookbook ($29.95 plus shipping), go to:


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4 Responses to Best Cook: The Queen of Pudding

  1. Tinky Weisblat February 27, 2009 at 4:36 pm #

    As you can probably tell, I had a great time with Edie. And now for a shameless promotion–please look at my blog, and subscribe via e-mail if you like what you see:

    Yours in good food,
    The Queen Herself

  2. Gladys SMith March 4, 2009 at 2:34 pm #

    My Yankee Magazine arrived this week and I made the Apple-Maple Pudding.
    Delicious, my husband loves it.

  3. Elaine Monsen March 16, 2009 at 3:58 pm #

    I made “Nancy’s Greek Eggplant Pudding and my husband and I thought it was wonderful. Eggplant being a fairly bland vegetable, the combination of ingredients in this recipe made this a very flavorful dish. We would both recommend this vegetable dish and will be making this again.

  4. Cathy Mealey April 23, 2009 at 2:33 pm # seems utterly unfair to mention something as intriguing as “Toasted Indian Pudding” and not provide the recipe. I must hustle off to the bookstore to locate a copy of Tinky’s book! Says my 6 yr old sous-chef, “You cannot put pudding or an Indian in the toaster, so what’s that about?”

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