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hahaha you still didn't get any of my rice pudding!!

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Ewe-
Actually, Nallia, I do have to start making up my mind as to what I'm making this holiday season and collecting a few more board addresses.
I do know part of what I want to send a couple of members already.
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Originally Posted by Saria
Nope. My mom eats bread pudding tho. I don't eat that either. I have cinnamon issues lol

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Most of the bread pudding I've made or eaten is mainly flavored with vanilla. And rice pudding with vanilla bean as well, or cloves, star anise, saffron, bay. Cinnamon is often in the background if it's there at all, not the star.
I'm still surprised you've gone your whole life without encountering rice pudding. It's pretty universal! It's eaten in Asia (Thai style with coconut milk; Indian with saffron and pistachios), Africa (with orange flower water in the northern countries), Europe (France, Spain, Italy, England, and pretty much every country really), Australia, and definitely the Americas!
In the DR we call it arroz con dulce, to differentiate from arroz con leche, which is a version without sugar and flavored with anise and coconut milk. The sweet is coconut milk and cloves.
I don't do cloves either lol. I'm not a picky eater, but I don't like those types of spices. Or wet bread. The bread pudding my granny makes has raisins and cinnamon.

I've also seen tragic bread pudding on buffets that was so mushy, it looked like cream of wheat or something.

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My feet hurt! My feet hurt! I think my calluses have calluses! It's gross but I'm so tempted to take the turkey carver to them....well, nah, not really...
I didn't grow up eating a lot of rice dishes. I eat rice as a side dish but that's it. I'm also from.an area that isn't at all diverse. I've heard of rice pudding in a class, but I've never seen it let alone eaten it.


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Cinnamon is often overused in American cuisine (the French complain about this aspect of American desserts, and I cut it down sometimes because I find it too much), and cloves are potent, but used properly, they can make a dish sing. Using spices properly is one of the harder things to learn. Lots of people go overboard.

William Levy is so very hot, but he is definitely going bald at a pretty young age. Not great for an acting career.

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Mr. Spring made his mom rice pudding when he was a kid. He was soooo proud because he followed the recipe and when she got home and he presented it to her and she took a bite.... it was realized he used the wrong measure for the salt and it was quadruple what it should be. Oops.




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I've decided that I'll never get down to my original weight, and I'm OK with that--After all, 8 pounds 2 oz. is just not realistic.
I googled rice pudding and it is eaten all over the world. Literally. I doubt I'll like the texture based on the pictures I saw, but clearly I need variation in my life.

Spices are hard to use. My aunt puts mace in her sweet potato pie to the point where they turn out black. It's so nasty lol

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I agree that too much cinnamon is a turn off!! I'm a firm believer in a little bit goes a long way and you can always add more later!

My son tried a bite and said, "Eh, it's alright. It reminds me of oatmeal."
Oh, the black Friday and cyber Monday emails coming in. Stop tempting me! I'm getting my PSF supply, but I really should resist Bridge Kitchenware for now since I have no room. Sigh.
Actually, Nallia, I do have to start making up my mind as to what I'm making this holiday season and collecting a few more board addresses.
I do know part of what I want to send a couple of members already.
Originally Posted by Saria
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Well, seeing as how you are actually doing all the thinking for me, I don't know that I have a choice.
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Just ordered my Daily fix and the new gel Pattern Pusha from Curl Junkie with their black friday code. Yay for living on the west coast.
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Gimmegimmegimme! I was considering getting the Rehab since I'm running low on deep treatment and like SIB's, my hair is a moisture ho.
Just ordered my Daily fix and the new gel Pattern Pusha from Curl Junkie with their black friday code. Yay for living on the west coast.
Originally Posted by Jess the Mess

Gimmegimmegimme! I was considering getting the Rehab since I'm running low on deep treatment and like SIB's, my hair is a moisture ho.
Originally Posted by Saria
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