David made banana pudding.
I’d planned to make it myself. We had spotty bananas. David made a special trip to HEB for sugar, flour, cream of tartar, vanilla wafers, and other ingredients Miss Myra required.
Then I ran out of steam.
That was Friday.
Saturday the bananas were even spottier. Definitely on their way out.
I was the same, minus spots.
That’s when David said the magic words: “Shall I make banana pudding?”
Who was I to say him nay? I may be crazy, but I’m not stupid.
I emailed him the link to Miss Myra’s Banana Pudding recipe. He took his Chromebook to the kitchen, pulled up the web page, located the egg separator I gave him last Christmas (not dreaming he would ever have reason to use it), and got cooking.
The result is pictured below.
After the pudding chilled awhile, David sampled and pronounced it good. He said it tasted like someone else made it.
I wanted a bite but, having feasted on the extra vanilla wafers and milk, I was in no mood to partake. Mañana.
The point I wish to make: David is a saint. An angel. A veritable paragon of virtue.
Or, as Polly Pepper would say, David is a brick.
Today we take up the question, Is meringue necessary?
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That’s what I’ve been saying. Give him a hug from me. I hope you get to sample some pudding–looks delicious!
Had some for breakfast at 4:00pm. He done good. He’s now the official banana pudding maker. But I haven’t told him.
😀 great post
You are fortunate indeed. A man who will save your bananas in such a tasty way is worth keeping!
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Yes, I am. He also scrambles eggs and makes brownies.
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