In our family fresh, still-warm tapioca pudding is a comfort and get-well sort of food. So I would make a pot just for my unfairly, under-weathered sister. She would get most of it at least. Cooks need to sample some of the wares for flavor balance and, well, just because it taste so wonderfully good.
|Holds 3 cups and has no hole in the bottom|
Indeed a lovely white flower pot from my favorite store had just come out of the dishwasher and was waiting on the counter for me to put it away. Perfect size!
|Pot filled with tapioca pudding. Calendula (edible flowers) waiting to be "planted"|
|Very happy flowers "growing" in warm "dirt"|
*After thought: cover the white "dirt" with 1/2" of crushed dark chocolate sandwich cookies for a more real black/brown "dirt" effect.