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Cranberry-Molasses Pudding with Vanilla Hard Sauce

November 19, 2010 • 10 Comments

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With Amanda off kicking it with Martha Stewart, Merrill is left to make CottageGourmet's cozy Cranberry-Molasses Pudding with Vanilla Hard Sauce on her own -- which is okay, since Merrill happens to be rather crazy for steamed pudding (chalk it up to her British-inflected upbringing). For more non-pie Thanksgiving dessert ideas, see the contest page here.

This week's videos were once again shot and edited by talented filmmaker Elena Parker.

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over 3 years ago luvcookbooks

Meg is a trusted home cook.

Merrill, u look great in dangly earrings!!

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over 3 years ago Rivka

A trick for measuring molasses: coat the measuring cup with a very very thin film of oil, then pour molasses into measuring cup and it'll come right out into the mixing bowl.

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over 3 years ago Rhonda35

I want to know what is taped to your cabinet glass just to the left of your microwave, Merrill. I've been trying to figure it out, but can't quite see it well enough.

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over 3 years ago Merrill Stubbs

Merrill is a co-founder of Food52.

It's the NYC recycling guide!

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over 3 years ago kellymcmichael

How awesome to see your kitchen this week (instead of Amanda's). While I love Amanda's kitchen, it's so good to see your space, too!

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over 3 years ago Merrill Stubbs

Merrill is a co-founder of Food52.

Thanks! It's a little smaller and more cramped than Amanda's, but it works!

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over 3 years ago amateurgourmet

Merrill, I'm trying to guess what cookbooks are there in your blurry closet (in the background). I wager: The Larousse Gastronomqiue, Julia's "Mastering The Art," two Barefoot Contessas, Joan Nathan's "Jewish Cooking in America," King Arthur Flour cookbook, Joy of Cooking. How did I do? :) Adam

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over 3 years ago Merrill Stubbs

Merrill is a co-founder of Food52.

Impressive! The complete list: Larousse, Julia, JOC, 3 Barefoot Contessas, King Arthur, Harold McGee's On Food and Cooking, Fannie Farmer (hidden at the top), the original NYT Cookbook, Tate's Cookbook and The Ultimate Cocktail Book. Just a sampling of my faves, plus a few randoms.

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over 3 years ago Mr_Vittles

Quick tip: when measuring super sticky stuff (i.e. honey, molasses, corn syrup, maple syrup) it really helps to give your measuring device with a little shot of non-stick cooking spray.

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over 3 years ago blj

This recipe made me join, it's remarkable.