|Princess Cake - the most delicious combination of sweets.|
as delicious as this is,
i did not make it,
and it's not the dessert i've been talking about for over the past week.
Each Thanksgiving i focus on something, and hope to turn it into something special.
Last year it was the butternut squash soup with pancetta, thanks to Laurence's discovery of one of his favorite comfort foods while going to NYU. (Ok... and thanks to Tom Colicchio's, Wichcraft and its fine selection of reasonably priced food that brings a smile and warms the belly of many looking for good, comfort food while away from home.)
This year i focused on pumpkin bread pudding. I'd like to say more, but i'll wait until you can read the recipe before i say what's in it and what accompanies it.
The few days before Thanksgiving i make the dish and bring it to work. That night i work at refining it and, yes, bring another one to the office. Based on reactions, i was able to tell when it was a hit! Mom wants the recipe, Colleen wants the recipe, and Jess wants to share it with a teacher. Audrie said Georg thought it was the best dessert i've ever made. I love making something that everyone loves to eat.
Now i have to sift through dozens of photos and turn them into pretty viewing for you. I also feel i owe it to this delicious dessert that i give it the recognition it deserves. So before this weekend is over, i'll have the pictures and recipes posted. All three parts of the dessert are easy and delicious. It's probably going to take me more time to blog it than to make it.
I hope this posting has you looking forward to reading about this yummy dessert!