Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Tasty Tuesday

I stopped in Sarfield's Bakery the other day because I could smell something fresh from the oven and just had to see what it was.  Mrs. Sarfield always has something in the oven that draws people in off the street!


One of the things that she had just taken out of the oven was her Cassava Pudding.  I didn't know exactly what cassava was but of course Google came to my rescue and I found a photo:

I found a description of the vegetable here: Cassava

And of course I had to bring home the pudding and take a photo:
It was actually kind of tasty and the recipe can be found here:


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18 comments:

  1. wow...i have never heard of cassava before...and this looks absolutely tasty!! thanks for sharing.

    i love that picture outside the bakery as well...how cute!

    xoxo

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  2. I have never heard of cassava either... hmmm, I'll have to see if I can make some with that recipe. :) I love going past a bakery that have such amazing smells that you just have to stop in. :)

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  3. I'm so jealous of trying all sorts of new foods. Thanks for sharing

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  4. I have heard of cassava once. I think I must dig into it and see what happens!

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  5. Thanks so much for following, following back. Are you and your husband missionaries or just adventuresome people?

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  6. Kasey,

    Thanks for stopping by. And to answer your question the answer is both. We are Recovery missionaries.

    We work with people who are recovering from alcohol or drug addictions. We also work with their family members and friends to help create a healthy environment for everyone.

    And we also enjoy traveling and experiencing all that life has to offer!

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  7. I have never heard of that food before is it a fruit or veggie? I love trying new foods:) You never know when you will find something totally unique and different. The picture of the actual Cassava plant tho would make me pause a bit:)

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  8. Wow, I have never seen pudding like that before. I kind of want to take a bite, then I kind of don't.... ;)

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  9. Now if I would of saw the veggie (i think that was what was said a veggie) first I might not taste it.. but looking at end product it looks real yummy..wonder if we can get that veggie here.

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  10. Very interesting... I've always wondered what cassava was!

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  11. Looks like mochi to me!

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  12. I have never heard of cassava. Cool!

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  13. Delicious dish... I grew up eating cassava but this is a new take! Stopped by to follow your blog from the Family Friendly Frugality blog hop... do comment/follow me back :-)
    Have a Happy Holiday Season!
    Best,
    Elizabeth
    Positive Kismet Blog

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  14. I have heard of cassava, but had never seen one - thanks for remedying that :-)

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  15. Fantastic! I've learnt something new today. I've just discovered your blog, I loved your simplistic attitude to Christmas and the "blessed not stressed". I'm also an expat (an Aussie in Qatar), come over and say Hi sometime. I'm your latest follower.

    Kirsty

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  16. Always something interesting to learn about Belize.

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  17. Interesting, never heard of cassava now I feel like I should know more.

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  18. Yummy!!! It looks just like bread pudding! I love the picture of the bakery. I can just imagine you and Tom riding along that street on your bicycles! :)

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