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Pudding Mold

Pudding Mold

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Pejepscot Historical Society

This pudding mold, from the kitchen of Martha Skolfield, is in the shape of an ear of corn. Pudding was a common dessert for generations.

Molds such as this one made the shapeless dessert more interesting. A family often owned several pudding molds in various shapes: cones, fruit, or animals.

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