What's in your silo
James A. Landau
JJJRLandau at AOL.COM
Sun May 12 17:49:18 UTC 2002
In a message dated 05/12/2002 2:15:44 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
lancedm at MISSOURI.EDU writes:
> > Well, it seems that you never had the privilege of tasting "beestings
> > pudding", one of the most delicious milk courses existing.
> > It is made from beestings with sugar, cardamoun and cinnamon, cooked in a
> > baking-tin placed in a water-bath. The consistence is slightly jellyish.
> It is
> > served as a dessert with jam or fruit-syrup sauce and whipped cream.
> > Jan Ivarsson,
> > jan.ivarsson at transedit.st
> Now that you mention it, I've heard of beestings pudding but did not know
> particulars other than that it is made from new milk. I never knew of
> anyone who made it.
I always thought beestings was what you got when you encountered an angry
swarm of bees.
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