Reputed to be a popular dish among early-American settlers, the Indian Pudding is still on the menu at Durgin Park, a more than century-old mainstay in Faneuil Hall. The dish's consistency, one staffer told us, is similar to a sweet breakfast cereal, or grits. Cornmeal mingling with butter, brown sugar and molasses, served warm, with an almost a pudding-like texture, and served with cold vanilla ice cream? It's not surprising Indian pudding is still a much-sought-after menu item at the restaurant today.
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