Corn Pudding

17 Responses to Corn Pudding

  1. You are SOMETHING ELSE. I l o v e your details…it makes everything come
    to life while reading. Someday I will visit your area – have wanted to do this for years! Please stay online –I’m reading this at 7:17am and you’ve started my
    Will try your recipes and Enjoy thinking of you and all your creativity.
    Blessings to you and yours,
    Joyce M Anderson
    Granite Bay, Ca. 95746 (I’m new in this area, came from the Bay Area and
    lived in Los Altos…in a castle for 43 yrs, raising 6
    children. My husband went to heaven 12/25/09 and
    I now enjoy living in a new home alot more femine than
    a beautiful French Castle….honest!)

    • sbranch says:

      Welcome Joyce, I think you are our first French Castle Dweller! So very nice to meet you!

      • Cheyenne Renard says:

        Dearest Joyce, I would love to write you and get to know you. You sound like you have had quite a life with your hubby n 6 children. I m sorry he is gone but gone on Christmas that is very special. I will give you my temp address as we want to move back to the beach Newport or Huntington Beach Ca , /for now we are in Las Vegas Nv 89110 my address is 1111 North Lamb Bl Sp 62 LVNV 89110-1326 we hope to move from here by March 2016 it gets so hot her we are ready for some milder weather. I love books, movies esp the old ones and I just turned 61 yrs old my BD is OCT 6TH . 1954. I want to learn to quilt and to sew I have a new singer but want a bernina. I love to travel and I am Australian from Brisbane Au. I have a sister and a brother her in USA but that’s it. I have been in susans newsletter Willard I think it was number 9 it has my name in it. I have been one of her followers for a long time. I think you would be an interesting woman . I know your probley quite busy but I love old fashioned mail the one that take a pen instead of a computer or typewriter. I am not retired. I worked with the clark Co corners office dealing with the families the worst day of their lives. I am very positive n love a lot of the same things Sue likes, She uses Sue I use Susan . Joe is a doll they make the cutestest pair ever. . I love animals and I have cats like jack but all girls and they take it upon them selves to walk all over the key board Ive tried every thing to deter them so if you see an odd word its them honest. I look forward to hearing from you Joyce . I have a wonderful husband after 21 yrs with the wrong one. I have an awesome son named Ashley being of English descent. We are traced back to the royals.I have three with my hubby Robert Brookie and Andrew and Morgane our youngest who is now 23 time flyes so I have three grands two girls and one boy ZoeRen Isabelle and Jake . I like peace n don’t like to fight id rather appoligize then fight. I love watercolors paints always have way before Sue but she is much better than I ever will be. So . Would love to hear your story and life is too short eat desert first my thought exactly. Nice to meet you Joyce Have a great week Be well Be happy Be blessed XXX Cheyenne from Henderson Nv

  2. Anita from Colorado says:

    My husband and I live in the woods! Why have we never taken a walk with a thermos of Hot Toddies??? It’s a failure of imagination on our part. Thanks for a wonderful idea and for your terrific way of inspiring me to appreciate the little wonders of our world. You have a gift. Thanks for sharing it.

  3. Judy Young says:

    Making my list of Thanksgiving dishes to make and realized that my “corn pone” is very similar to your corn pudding, except that it doesn’t call for cayenne or paprika and only bakes for 30 minutes. I plan to try your recipe this year and see if they notice that it is better than usual! I know it will be!

  4. Dotty says:

    I am so excited to try ALL the new things, especially the miniature pumpkins. And the soups!
    I used a large pumpkin last Thanksgiving and filled it with raw rice, sausage crumbles, herbs, chicken broth, etc and baked it about an hr. It looked spectacular and tasted good! Maybe you have done that. (I heard about it on NPR where there are recipe variations listed).
    Add Parmesan to the ingredients.
    I am so glad to be a new subscriber, and excited about it all.
    Please do send along any ideas about a hotel to spend Christmas and CELEBRATE.
    Thanks again, Dotty

  5. Cheyenne Renard says:

    Dearest Ones, I loved this post so much esp Jack n Girl kitty. I have a resqued girl cat that looks alot like Jack , I plan to come next year to the Vineyard i want to bring Babette to play with Jack , they would be a match made in heaven. They seem to have the same habits. We will have to chat about that more. I loved the pic s also the recipes. Thank you for all the time u take to do all the bloggin , you are greatly appreciated. Again Thank you so much i am going to try n come to Remnants in Nov if i can , this will be the first yr with out my mum being here she passed onto heaven Nov 30th 2012 so this will be the first year times sure flys too. Love to you and Joe please take care and know how much you are loved n appreciated. Post more pic to make my day . Love to you all Cheyenne here in Henderson Nv. I still have not been able to get ur book hope fully soon. i cant wait to read it , im waiting to be able to do just that n have a nice cuppa with a biscuit down under as they say since im actually Auzzie heritage Brisbane Au love u Sue n Joe XXX OOO

    • sbranch says:

      We wait for the book on pins and needles, it seems like it’s been so long, it’s how we felt waiting the first time! Starting all over with the waiting!

  6. Stacie Gardener says:

    Hi Susan,
    Ever since I can remember, your Christmas in the Heart of the Home has been our coffee table book during the Holidays! I pour through each page and appreciate every detail with pleasure. I’ve made at least 1/3 of the recipes and can attest that they have all beem wonderful. This morning I got up at 4:30 to make your delicious corn pudding, for my co-workers. I made it for a potluck a few months ago and they have been asking for it ever since! It is comfort in an 8×8 dish!
    Thank you so much, from the bottom of my heart, for your wonderful books.

    Kind Regards,
    Stacie Gardener

    P.S. I lived in London for 4 months in college, and I love England too!! I will pick up the English Countryside book next. <3 <3

    • sbranch says:

      My pleasure Stacie, thank you so much for your kind comments, and remind your co-workers how lucky they are to have YOU bringing such treats to work! xo I’m sure they know!

  7. Peg says:

    Dear Susan,
    I love this recipe, and everyone who has been served it at my home loves it, too. I have almost all of your books, every year I get your calendar, and “Autumn” is my favorite cookbook! For those of you who don’t have it, it’s a must buy. I have purchased quite a few over the years for friends and for newly married couples.

    I’m curious. Are there signed copies of this book? I’d love to purchase them!

    Thank you, Susan Branch, for all the inspiration and joy your art and cooking bring to everyone, especially me!

  8. Helen Bobro says:

    My husbands cousin introduced me to your books about a year and a half ago and I am totally addicted!! I am a Canadian who winters in Vero Beach, Florida, a sleepy little town on the eastern shore. We have the most wonderful book store named the Vero Beach Book Store which hosts book signings all the time. I sure would love it (and I am sure a multitude of fans) if ever you could come and do a book signing. Vero Beach would never be the same!!!!!

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