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Example sentences for pudding

Turn into an earthen pudding-dish, cover, and cook slowly three and one-half hours.
Turn in a buttered pudding-dish, and bake thirty-five minutes in a slow oven.
The proof is in the pudding and if people want to make themselves feel better for bottle feeding they can go ahead.
Sorry to poo in your pudding but there is quite a bit of evidence that pot use damages the brain rather heavily.
Brazilians have the right idea, simmering it in coconut milk and cinnamon to make corn pudding.
If you've never liked rice pudding, give this recipe a try.
Scalloped corn, stewed tomatoes, rice pudding and milk.
They were not allowed to sleep with their wives or to eat meat, and received only fish and maize pudding as nourishment.
After two weeks on yogurt, the rats were given an unexpected treat-a chocolate pudding loaded with calories.
The proof of the pudding perhaps truly lies in the eating.
Then, prompted by her father, she reaches into the darkness and produces pudding.
In any event, the proof of the pudding will be in the eating.
But the proof of the pudding is in the eating, and it seems a bit thin so far.
As for effectiveness, the proof of the pudding is in the eating.
Ultimately, the proof of the pudding is in the eating.
Put into a greased two-pint pudding basin, cover securely, and steam for three hours.
Beneath a creamy layer of tapioca pudding lurks a silky strawberry base.
The sauces are made especially for ice cream but do as well when topping a pudding.
The dessert of the moment, sticky toffee pudding, also makes an appearance.
At another, you'll find wedges of eggy homemade flan, or rice pudding.
But left at room temperature, the stuff turns into pudding.

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