The brainchild of Arlee Bird, at Tossing it Out
I have to take a moment to comment on P and Pond Pudding. Hilary’s post intrigued me so much that I had to try her Pond Pudding recipe. To recap: first, you beat the lemons with sugar, then you heat the cream and pour it into a teapot. Standing up as high as is safe (note the footstool with my lovely toes showing) and drip, drip, drop, drop, splat the cream into the lemon mix. Voila! Frothy Pond Pudding. We had it for dessert the next night and it was delicious–very rich, so I’d advise small and infrequent quantities. Also its a good idea to warn your significant other about what you’re doing. My husband thought I’d gone over the edge when he found me in the kitchen on the footstool. “Just cooking, dear!” I said. His look was priceless.
Now about R:
Whenever I read this word I see characters like Maniac McGee or Dory from Finding Nemo who “Just [keeps] swimming. Just [keeps] swimming.”
Denise the Menace was one of the most rambunctious characters Ketcham ever created. And his ADHD antics kept us all entertained.
And what about Pippi Longstocking? How this chatterbox charmed us with her impulsive, rambunctious nature.
I love rambunctious characters! I love the word rambunctious!