the dog, who managed to bury them in every corner of the yard. My momma, proper
southern baby girl, and I journeyed to Tennessee last week to visit with friends
who are much like family. Our host decided that I needed to learn to make cold
biscuit pudding as a part of my quest to become a Proper Southern Woman. Being as she was not forcing me to sew, I felt comfortable that I could succeed with this. She
can basically make anything, whether it be food or clothing or raisins. Yes,
she made her own raisins. I believe it was about $40 an ounce. We are not certain how raisin companies make money. So, I figured it was a good opportunity to learn. I crumbled up 6 biscuits into a baking dish and then covered it in milk. In a separate bowl, I beat many eggs (I believe it was 6). I put in a cup of sugar, vanilla,cinnamon, nutmeg, and a little milk. I apologize for not having a great deal of detail, but it was all a blur. I then mixed the egg concoction with the soggy biscuits. We baked it at 350 degrees until it was set and brownish on top. We then served it chocolate syrup. You really can't go wrong with that. I think it would be good with some pecans. You could even put a little maple syrup on top and call it breakfast. Yes, maple syrup is justification for eating pudding for breakfast.