Authors Note: Miss Lou, a beloved school teacher in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana, did not consider herself a cook. Her expertise, she claimed emphatically, was in teaching and in playing the organ at church. But her arguments to the contrary, Miss Lou's bread pudding would have commanded a place of honor at the most lavish Epicurean feast. Now, Miss Lou's bread pudding was not a dish prepared for consumption at the normal dining hour. It was something she fixed for those who were ill. Being sick is never fun, but the burden was lightened immeasurably when Miss Lou's bread Pudding was prescribed for the patient. For it's full healing powers, "Miss Lou's Bread Pudding to Make You Well" had to be served from an antique tureen from France. I strongly recommend that procedure today, if you want the full delight of this special dish.
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