pudding chomeur

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From French pouding chômeur

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pudding chomeur (plural puddings chomeur)

  1. (Quebec) A type of pudding originating from Montreal, Quebec, Canada during the Great Depression. A dessert made by covering cake batter or stale bread with maple syrup, which then settles to the bottom after baking.

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