pudding, two ways, at the same time
You need to get Substack to give you a "this made me laugh AND want to puke" button in addition to a like button, because I can't in good conscience give this a heart...
Sausaged milk. An adjective really.... Though your belly doesn't care. It was sausaged. As was the milk. And all of us.
Please try this with chocolate pudding and some McCormick® Mole Poblano Sauce Mix!
Anyone else have the Duck Tales theme song stuck in their head now?
Doing the Lord's work.
This is amazing and you are a hero. White pudding (the sausage kind) sort of looks like something that could only be improved with the addition of pudding-pudding...
I also sense a strong possibility to have a crossover with Ordinary Sausage, considering he has all the sausage equipment you don't and you both have a shared zeal for crimes against nature (specifically the parts of nature you eat.) Consider the unholy power that could be awakened here!!
I’m happy that you ditched the Ninja for a Vitamix.
First, you need a meat grinder and sausage stuffed. They will bring pleasure. Second, sweet and savory rather than sweet or savory? Cathartic juxtaposition.
Bravo, sir, you have completely altered a major work of art. https://youtu.be/axWVMr-RpMM
Black pudding. White pudding. Steak and kidney pudding. Pease pudding... Yes, a pudding can be a savoury dish in the UK.
White pudding is not a sausage. It should be oatmeal, onions and seasoning cooked in the skin. The photo looks more like a severed penis in a condom.
“I ended up eating way more of it than I’d initially intended, but I couldn’t tell if I liked it.”
I want this on my tombstone.
I feel like there was a tri-fecta missed by not making the pudding-pudding solution into a yorkshire pudding. Better that than the pudding toads in the pudding yorkshire pudding.
To my astonishment, you seem unaware that, as well as denoting these two very different foods, “pudding” has served as British slang for both male and female genitalia:
You’ve made/eaten spotted dick, right? And speaking of British recipes, since the “toad” in “toad in the hole” is sausage, this is basically “pudding in the hole.”