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February 13, 2010

Starting Sunday at midnight, you can enter submissions for Your Best Onion or Garlic Soup and Your Best Bread Pudding (sweet, not savory).


See what other Food52 readers are saying.

  • Allison Cay Parker
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  • MissGinsu
  • aargersi
  • NakedBeet
  • testkitchenette
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Allison C. February 18, 2010
OK, just want to say I am bummed that there's no way I'll be able to whip my recipe up in time for Friday's deadline. I was hoping, but... life's in the way this week. I have a great Easter-bread idea for a pudding, but... alas, it will have to wait. When I get it done, I'll post it to my profile, though. Good luck to everyone entering the contest!
MissGinsu February 14, 2010
Just seeing the words "bread pudding" makes my mouth water. Can't wait to see what people come up with...
Amanda H. February 16, 2010
Wonder if there will be more sweet or savory entries.
aargersi February 14, 2010
Would it be wrong to make and eat bread pudding every night this week? I KNEW those years of going to New Orleans and eating bread pudding oh, say, 3-4 times a day would pay off!
Merrill S. February 14, 2010
Nothing wrong with that in my opinion!
NakedBeet February 13, 2010
I've got a freezer full of bread I've been waiting to put into a bread pudding, this couldn't have come at a better time.
Amanda H. February 16, 2010
Is that what you usually use it for? Or breadcrumbs, or just for eating? Curious.
testkitchenette February 13, 2010
What a great entree and dessert combo contest! I'd eat onion/garlic soup followed by bread pudding any day!
Merrill S. February 14, 2010
We thought about it the same way! Glad you agree.
mrslarkin February 13, 2010
Again with the cute creamer. I love it! Where'd ya get it?
Amanda H. February 16, 2010
It's from Greenhouse Eco-Friendly Living (Merrill bought it for me as a gift, and I, too, adore it!), which is in our Shop. After seeing your message, I tried to feature it as a Shop item, but they don't offer it in their online shop. Bummer! But it's made by Mud, which is a fairly common brand, so you can probably get it online somewhere else.
Lizthechef February 13, 2010
On Valentine's Eve, my husband has generously offered to be a taste tester for any bread pudding I put in front of him...What a guy! Somewhere, he has learned the term "sous chef" and is offering to assume this role as well. Now we're cooking!
Merrill S. February 14, 2010
He's really taking one for the team. Happy Valentine's Day!