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Pouding chômeur

he name of this Canadian dessert translates literally as “unemployed man’s pudding”, and it’s thought to have been created during the Great Depression. Although its original iteration, made of sugar and water, would have been rather more humble, this lavish update features cream and maple syrup.

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