from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A pudding made of rice and milk, with sugar, and often enriched with eggs and fruit, as currants, raisins, etc.


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  • Hmm, I gues I have been missing out on most of the milky scents, though I do like it - I like the rice-pudding type scents and the aromatic cooked rice accord in such things as B&BW's Warm Vanilla Sugar - it also has sandalwood, so along with the vanilla & sugar, it is about as comforting as anything else.

    Got Milk?

  • She was holding a plate in each hand towards a huge brown platter of baked rice-pudding, from which a footman was scooping a large spoonful, when a voice reached her ear over her shoulder:

    A Changed Man

  • An updated version of rice-pudding with rhubarb that transforms it from English boarding school into Mediterranean delight.

    Roses and rhubarb

  • Mere amateurs would be wise if they held their enthusiasm in check when they read the recipe — pat as the recipe for the making of a rice-pudding — for the construction of even a bark hut.

    The Confessions of a Beachcomber

  • The sopapillas, puffy hot beignets, were great, especially with rice-pudding ice cream on the side.

    A Surreal Chelsea Hot Spot With Johnny Depp on the Menu

  • I put down the receiver half regretting that I had said I would go, as his pleasure in my acceptance was about as intense as a rice-pudding.


  • Plum-pudding, too, and boiled rice-pudding with currants in it, and with melted butter, are known in Russia -- at all events in Moscow and St. Petersburg; and goose is not considered complete without apple-sauce.

    Russia As Seen and Described by Famous Writers

  • The roads are like rice-pudding already, and the paths like treacle.

    From Capetown to Ladysmith An Unfinished Record of the South African War

  • A couple of fowls, a rice-pudding, and a small chine, composed our dinner.

    Travels through the South of France and the Interior of Provinces of Provence and Languedoc in the Years 1807 and 1808

  • He had some tomatoes and rice-pudding for his supper, and as mother left him to help himself to brown sugar he enjoyed it very much, carefully leaving the skin of the rice-pudding to the last, because that was the part he liked best.

    The Ghost Ship


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