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February 13, 2009


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Jeri Quinzio

Happy New Year to you and yours.
Thanks, Jeri


Hi Merry Christmas and Happy New Year


I liked your site, you are very interesting to write. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Jeri Quinzio

Glad to study the matter, but please let me know where you think I've gone wrong.
Thanks, Jeri


I think you are not quite right and you should still studying the matter.


I can vouch for the Pudding Hollow Pudding Contest. I've been a judge for the last three years, so I must rise early on a lovely autumn morning (because the sun always shines on puddings), drive along the Mohawk Trail, be greeted by warm smiles and good wishes, EAT PUDDING, all of them good, some of them great, be entertained (for there is always entertainement -puddings are fun!), sing along with the town song - a real Whos in Whoville Christmas Morning Moment - and then announce the winners of the contest. Ah, yes, such is the life of a foodways culinarian! AND they raise funds for their historical society. Good food, good cause, good times.

Tinky Weisblat

Hi, Jeri--You sound like a true kindred spirit! Would you be interested in entering my charity Pudding Hollow Pudding Contest? It's lots of fun and a very good cause. Here's the information if you think you might be interested:


Yours in good food (ESPECIALLY pudding),


I loved frozen pudding as a child. My uncle would joke that it was two desserts in one - ice cream and pudding! We almost always had it with claret sauce, just like spumoni. Lately I've been making - and eating - hot pudding, Indian pudding, which is pudding you put ice cream on, so I guess I've been keeping a two-in-one dessert tradtion.


As an American expat in London this post could not be more perfect. The pudding as all things dessert still makes no sense to me because they do have specific puddings. I learned about soldiers last week at breakfast.

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