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You May See A Grown Man Cry When You Serve Him This Delightful Pudding
I made an incredible meal for my in-laws a couple of weeks ago. Did that sound like bragging? Sorry. I can’t help it – it really was incredible. I made this scrumptious beef stew with red wine and root vegetables, served it over rice with homemade biscuits, and when it was time for dessert I blew everyone away with this old-fashioned lemon sponge pudding.
My father-in-law fell in love with this the moment he had his first bite. He said it was exactly like the one his late mother had always made, and I was so happy I had been able to bring back those memories with a simple dessert.
When I say “simple”, I mean this is wonderfully easy to make. The flavor is far from simple, though – it’s like jumping into a lemony cloud of happiness! That’s what I love about old recipes; they never let you down. I’m so happy I decided to try this one, it certainly is our new family favorite now!
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Quick Tip: You can serve this pudding warm or cold.