Grandmother Bliss' Persimmon Pudding
I am so excited! I have the honor today of being a guest writer on the blog of a talented writer: Kim Sunee is the author of "Trail of Crumbs," a breathtakingly beautiful and brutally honest memoir about her life. It also has the most mouth-watering recipes; if you haven't read this book, pleaseplease buy two copies; one for you to keep and one to lend to your best friend.
Sunee is also the curator of the blog "Kim Sunee Food*Travel*Home," which occasionally posts recipes and reminiscences by guest cooks/authors. That's where I come in.
Today, January 14, she published my short piece on my Grandmother Bliss, and Grandmother's recipe for Persimmon Pudding, an old-fashioned dessert laden with spices, nuts, raisins, and sherry.
Grandmother Bliss with some of her grandchildren:
I am sitting on the lower step, center, with the white bow in my hair.
It's a delicious recipe. But even more delish is being published on the website of such a noteworthy writer. Do yourself a favor, and check out Kim's blog!