June 8, 2007

When You're Hot, You're Hot


The meal of osso buco, fresh green beans and yukon gold mashed potatoes turned out so well that I was on a roll...so instead of letting the chocolate bread pudding sit for 48 hours, I baked it after 24. I can't imagine this being any better if it had sat for another day. After turning out a lovely home made whipped cream (and patting myself on the back), we indulged in the dense (but not too dense), rich (but not too rich) glorious decadent dessert. Thank you, Freya, thank you and the BBC from the bottom of my heart...and the eggs.

11 comments:

Jack Moon said...

Looks so good. Hope you can make it for us in August.

Arties32 said...

I promise to make it for you in August. I'm looking forward to the trip. I'm planning a blog entry around the cabbage rolls :)

JB said...

OMG! That all looks so good. I can't wait to try that cho bread pudding! Thanks for listing my blog here! XO

JB said...

Hey! The White Dog isn't on your Fav restaurant list!

Sparki said...

JB has a blog? What's it called?

Arties32 said...

It's The World According to Muffin Face (see right hand side of my blog for the link)!

JennDZ - The Leftover Queen said...

Are you trying to kill me? I think you are. This looks too good to be true!

Arties32 said...

Ha ha, yes, it's a conspiracy!
Really, I was so darn proud of myself, and I am not the boastful type! It totally made up for the last attempt at bread pudding :)

Le Synge Bleu said...

i am salivating all over my stupid day job files while staring fixedly at that amazing looking bread pudding. i think i'm gonna cry.

Freya and Paul said...

This looks stunning! Sounds like you had a great meal all round! It is difficult leaving it 2 hours let alone 48 so well done for lasting 24! Still, it takes the stress out of pudding!

rv said...

Looks great:) first time on your blog, good recipes you have got here, pics look very good :)