Thursday, August 25, 2011

Cooking with Jack: Air Pudding

Welcome to "Cooking with Jack", the cooking show sponsored by... well, this is me practicing for when "Cooking with Jack" is actually sponsored by somebody.

I was trying to come up with a fantastic recipe that's low-fat, low-sugar, low-calorie and low-everything and then I remembered a dish that my buddy Stephen at Who Ate My Blog just raves about... my famous Air Pudding.

Take two cups of distilled water. If you don't have distilled water, you can substitute tap water, rain water, snow water, filtered water, soft water, hard water or de-ionized water.
Now pour the water into a pot and cook at medium high-low heat until it's boiling.

Boil for 20 minutes or so, until the water is completely evaporated.
Pour the remaining mixture into a bowl.

Add a half cup of nada.

Pour in three-quarters cup of zilch.

A couple of squirts of diddley-squat.

One tablespoon of nought.

And one half teaspoon of nothing-at-all.

Whisk in one fresh goose egg.

And that's all there is to is. A fresh, airy, delightful dish that you can have as much of as you want and not gain weight. 

Bon air petit!

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  1. I am having guests over for lunch today...wasn't sure what to serve for dessert, but you have given me a wonderful idea. Thanks Jack.

  2. I think I'll whip this up for dinner!

  3. now you know I know hungry girl pretty well right? :)
    lets get you on her show!

  4. I've been making Air Pudding for years. Sometimes I make too much, so then I evaporate it until I need it. Just add water, boil completely, and your snack is ready.



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