Pouding Chômeur - Recette

Pouding Chômeur



I decided to contribute to Bloggeraid. I am submitting a family recipe: Pouding Chômeur. This recipe was originally created by a female factory workers in 1929 during the Great Depression in Québec.

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  1. That does look beautiful Helene, but I'll have to go & research what it is. Superb picture too.

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  2. Looks delicious Helene - and thanks for stopping by my new blog the other day.

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  3. Delicious, Helen! I love desserts/cakes with a sugary syrup!

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  4. A wonderful speciality and a great cause!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  5. Thanks so much for contributing this special recipe to the BloggerAid cookbook Helene. It is people like you who make us believe that anything is possible!!

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  6. mon dessert préféré...je pense même que c'est le meilleur dessert au monde :)

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  7. Looks interesting, kind of like a pudding with a cake on top (bottom after being inverted)?

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  8. I love the photo--it looks delicious with that bit of syrup

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  9. i haven't the slightest idea what that is, but i know i want some. :)

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  10. Thanks for making me aware of two new things: bloggeraid and this delectable looking pudding!

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  11. One of my favorite desserts, Helene! I love the individual portion size.

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  12. Great cause, Helene :) It looks delicious, too! :)

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  13. This looks delicious, you always have such great pictures.

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  14. what a beautiful photo and I love that it's a family recipe. I'd also love to know a little more about what's in it, as well! You have a lovely blog, Helene. Someday, when my French is better, I'll write my comments in French.

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  15. oh i love the oozing syrup...will surely check out the book. :)

    my first time here n u got a treasure trove :)

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  16. Love the syrupy texture of this and it's a new dessert to my eyes.

    Look forward to the recipe.

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  17. I am sure this will be a hit in the cookbook as it looks delicious. Thanks very much for participating and maybe some of your readers may also join us, as it costs nothing to donate a recipe but it will help feed a few people.

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  18. Nous adorons votre idée: la bonne bouffe! This looks truly delicious. It will be fabulous in the book.

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  19. Oh looks so moist and the sauce look so scrumptious too. I bet it tastes delicious.
    Cheers,
    Elra

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  20. Nice contribution to blogger aid. I had never heard of these before.

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  21. Nice....a recipe that will surely be unique! I like the Bloggeraid idea...love doing stuff for charity!

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  22. thanks for stopping by my place..hope i will see u more often.:)

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  23. oh my..that's so delicious! Can't wait to have the cookbook!

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  24. I can't wait to find out more about what you have made!

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  25. It looks wonderful! I can't wait to see the recipe.

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