in the kitchen with: faith durand’s tropical banana pudding – Design*Sponge

This week’s recipe in celebration of mother’s day is long, but worth the effort.  It is a tropical banana pudding, with coconut pudding and rum-spiked whipped cream cozying up to the bananas.  It was concocted by Faith Durand, executive editor of The Kitchn, a home cooking and kitchen design blog. I was inspired to ask Faith to do a unique take on the classic banana pudding, when I was reading through her new cookbook about bakeless sweets— perfect for the months when turning on an oven is unimaginable!  Give yourself some time with this recipe.  You can do the whole thing, or pick and choose which elements you’d like to use.  The important thing with banana pudding is to give it some beauty rest.  Let it sit at least a couple of hours before serving so that it is in peak form (and flavor) when you devour it.  If you’re in New York, Faith has a few events coming up next week, including an afternoon workshop at Sunday Suppers on May 18.  You can find the details of these events by clicking here.  Though it’s a week later, the workshop may be a great mother’s day gift for your mother or for both of you!   Happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers who read the column!  –Kristina

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