A World Cup Watch Party

Bread Pudding

Bread Pudding topped with caramel sauce; served with vanilla ice cream.

Another World Cup gathering and, naturally, I couldn’t resist having some good food.  I started with a chicken quesadilla which was crunchy amazing.  I just love a crispy tortilla.  Then I had to move on to dessert—bread pudding.

This bread pudding was so huge in comparison to the bread pudding I normally get from my hometown diner.  It was wonderfully delicious and helped with my nerves while watching a close game.

So, if you have nothing else to do today, enjoy a good game with good food along with other rambunctious people.

Take-Away Life Lesson:  Loads of good food can always help when your nerves are shot.

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27 thoughts on “A World Cup Watch Party

    1. I know. Lots of people don’t watch so much or get as involved once the team they wanted to win loses out. I was hoping for England & USA—now I’m trying to decide again.

  1. I’ve never tried bread pudding. LOL. I see it often, but never tried it. I had some scrumptious roti this weekend as a cheat treat, so I am looking forward to this weekend.

    1. Yeah, I remember you were all about BREAD. Try it in a good bread pudding though. I have to say, not all bread pudding is the same–but when you find the one you like the best there’s usually no going back. Be warned.

  2. I suspect that the bread pudding would impact my calorie intake more than my nervousness about the game, having to consume several spoonfuls with each goal attempt. 🙂 –Curt

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