My friend Jayne Gautreau told me she had fond memories of eating Eve’s Pudding, a traditional British apple dessert, as a young girl growing up in Northern Ireland. The dish, also called “Mother’s Eve Pudding,” uses a light apple mixture for the base and is topped with a sponge cake.

I enjoy trying authentic recipes from various regions around the world. I also have Irish heritage, so this recipe was one I had to try. It has become a family favorite.

As for alterations, I am allergic to wheat, as is one of my sons, so I have included instructions for a gluten-free version. I also weigh most of the dry ingredients instead of using measuring cups — this took my baking to a consistent level.

Lori Jo Mann is a wife, mother and grandmother from Sutherlin. She is the vice president of L&L Inc., a small family owned and operated forestry company out of Sutherlin.

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Mogie

Josalynn post your spam somewhere else.

Mogie

So where is the recipe?

doorduck

Exactly. Where is the recipe?

BArnold

Posted. Sorry it got misplaced in the online version.

BArnold

Posted. Sorry it got misplaced in the online version.

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