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November 1, 2010 • 7 Comments

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Pudding Chomeur

In the video below, see A&M make last fall's Wildcard-winning Pudding Chomeur by camille (the French Canadian answer to sticky toffee pudding). The video might take a minute to load, but don't worry -- it's worth the wait. You can also watch a larger version of the video here.

This is the second of three videos for The Today Show's Cooking School series (the first was Sweet Potatoes Anna with Prunes) -- stay tuned for the final installment!

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Paris

about 4 years ago camille

Oh wow! My recipe!

Merrill

about 4 years ago Merrill Stubbs

Merrill is a co-founder of Food52.

This is a great idea -- thanks for suggesting it! It may not happen right away, but we'll work on it.

Dsc03010

about 4 years ago betteirene

Thanks! As long as I find out about your book signing appearance for the first food52 cookbook in Seattle in enough time to safely get out of work, I'm happy. (And maybe we could arrange a food52 meet-and-greet somewhere--like Salume.)

Mrs._larkin_370

about 4 years ago mrslarkin

Mrs. Larkin is a trusted source on Baking.

betteirene, check out the book's events tab on Facebook. http://www.facebook.com...

Dsc03010

about 4 years ago betteirene

That's how I found out about her Seattle stop, which I found by searching, not by a link here on food52. I'm not a fan of facebook or Twitter and only go there when my kids or grandkids alert me. What I want is a one-stop calendar, or an announcement, here, about television, radio and personal appearances on the off chance that I can watch or listen live.

Mrs._larkin_370

about 4 years ago mrslarkin

Mrs. Larkin is a trusted source on Baking.

You're right - we should have a dedicated "news" tab that we could click on right here. So, editors, if you're reading this, it would be helpful if you could identify future newsworthy/event/calendar items in it's own separate topic on this site, instead of sorting it under "Stuff". A calendar set up, if possible, would be sa-weet.

Dsc03010

about 4 years ago betteirene

Would it be possible to devise a weekly or monthly food52.com calendar with your public events and appearances listed in one spot, preferably here, before they happen? I know a lot of TV scheduling is tentative, based on breaking stories, but even a tentative calendar would be great. I know she has staff, but if Martha can do it . . .I'm a bit sad because I just found out that Amanda will be in Seattle on Thursday, and I couldn't change my work schedule even if it was for Bon Jovi or Anthony Bourdain. The one time in my life that I have the chance to own a signed first edition. . .