A Treasury of Great Recipes Cookalong

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To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Mary & Vincent Price’s cookbook A Treasury of Great Recipes, Silver Screen Suppers (A fab blog, btw!!!) is hosting a Cookalong.

I am lucky to have a copy of this book from 1965.  I love it!  It’s one of the most elegant vintage cookbooks I have.

Since this was my first ever cookalong, I decided to keep it simple.  And I settled on making Old-Fashioned  Bread Pudding.

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It’s a rainy gloomy day here and this sounded so comforting….and what better way to celebrate Vincent & Mary than with a recipe straight from their kitchen!!!

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I’ve never made nor have I ever eaten bread pudding.  I know….the horror!!!   So I was a little concerned with the soupy mixture that was before me.

When all was said and done, this was before us!

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I deviated from the original recipe (Vincent, please forgive me!) and put mine in the oven for a while which gave it that wonderful lightly crisp brown sugary top. Mmmmmmmmmm

Serve this warm with some vanilla ice cream on top and Oh, how your troubles will disappear!

Decadent!!!

Follow the below links for info on the cookalong and all your Vincent Price cooking dreams!!!

Vincent Price Treasury Cookalong with Silver Screen Suppers
Cooking With Vincent Website – for details of celebratory events in the USA 
Vincent Price Legacy Tour – for details of celebratory events in the UK
Amazon Page for the 50th Edition of A Treasury of Great Recipes
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