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Broodpudding – or what Belgians do with old bread

BroodpuddingBroodpudding – literally bread pudding – is 3-4-5 day old bread broken into bits, covered in milk, brown sugar, raisins and eggs and made into a loaf again. A tasty, moist, sweet loaf. And super easy to make. I couldn’t find any recipes in English, so I decided to translate one from, which seems to be a whole website dedicated to this delicious idea.
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For the first time since my discovery of the Interwebs, I’ve purchased a cookbook. And I have to say, it’s really lovely. Not only is it filled with amazing seasonal recipes, it’s also really beautiful with great illustrations that remind me of Quentin Blake’s style, and tasty food photography. Check the link for a sample recipe and some pictures. Recommended!

Stéphane Reynaud’s 365 Good Reasons to Sit Down to Eat

P.S.: Photography by Marie-Pierre Morel, illustrations by José Reis de Matos, both brilliant artists.

Why don’t you cook some nice food

Possibly a veal and roast vegetable lasagna.

After grabbing a few different lasagna recipes off Epicurious and and wrangling them into a new recipe, I decided to share the result. Because you should eat well.
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Dark Was The Night

Dark Was the Night is the twentieth compilation release benefiting the Red Hot Organization, an international charity dedicated to raising funds and awareness for HIV and AIDS.

Buy on iTunes or Beggars Group.