I heart pudding
I love it.
It has been my favorite treat for as long as I can remember.
You also probably know that I love to bake, and I'm a snob about it.
No mixes, thank you very much.
All my baking is from scratch, using the highest quality ingredients.
Except for this.
I have tried multiple recipes for pudding pies, and chocolate pies.
I have tried multiple brands of gourmet chocolate bars and pain stakingly chopped each one.
I have not found anything as yummy as, I'm embarrassed to say, Jello brand.
And it has to have that skin on the top that recipes say to get rid of by refrigerating the pie with plastic wrap on the top.
Why would you want to do that?!
The only thing possibly better than eating
This is ironic considering I'm attending nuitrition school, and am learning to shun processed foods.
I'll keep trying new recipes, but for now the Jello stays.
That being said, today in the mail I got a package from an unfamiliar address.
Inside was no note of explanation.
No letter of reference.
Inside was one box of Jello brand chocolate pudding.
Whoever was so thoughtful: I thank you.
"Your face makes my soul want to eat chocolate pudding!"
I promise I will get back to regular blog posting again.
I was without a computer for awhile, so I got out of the habit, and Facebook tends to fill the gap.
But I have multiple catching up posts of gifts received, a trip to Seattle, etc.
And bear with me if some of my photos aren't visible.
I am trying to get my pics off Flickr, but not finished yet.