|Thanks to VikLit for this Challenge|
Some of you will remember this post from the AtoZ CHALLENGE this year.
And you may remember Hilary’s post on her blog POSITIVE LETTERS-INSPIRATIONAL STORIES about Pond Pudding, a 199 year old recipe that set me off to experiment with creating this frothy concoction.
Well my first attempt was a success and I shared the pudding with some friends which led to the question of how high should you go to make this pudding the best frothy delight ever. And now we have the results of the highly scientific experiment that came from that discussion. (wine was involved)
The First Pond Pudding: 4 1/2′ from top of stool to spout
|The Stool #1
The Second Pond Pudding: 6′ from top of ladder to spout
|The Ladder #2|
|The Scientist Carefully Measuring Attempt #2|
The Third Pond Pudding: 13′ from top deck to lower deck
|Intrepid Scientist with Teapot|
#1 Very Frothy. Very Tasty. Spatters: Minor, but sticky.
#2 Very, Very Frothy. Very Tasty. Spatters: Needed hose to clean deck.
#3 Extremely Frothy. Very Tasty. Spatters: Amazing. Needed power washer to clean deck.
1. Forget #2 and #3. You get the same taste, just different froth from 4 1/2′ than you do from 6′ and 13′ and clean-up is easier.
2. Drink less wine with friends while discussing Pond Pudding.
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