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(Discover the Home)

Theresa LaMarca & Katie Lundquist, Troop 159

*Adapted from the Pie Badge




Penguin: Do three requirements including the two starred *
_____ 1.* Learn basic kitchen safety.
_____ 2.* Taste three different kinds of pudding.
Otter: Do four requirements including the two starred *
_____ 1.* Do Penguin requirement 1 & 2.
_____ 2.* Find examples of at least one pudding in the following different categories: savory, dessert, instant, boiled, steamed, baked, hot, cold. Your example can be a real pudding or a picture of a pudding. How to they differ in looks and ingredients?
Dolphin: Do five requirements including the two starred *
_____ 1.* Do Otter requirements 1 & 2. Taste five different kinds of pudding.
_____ 2.* Learn about the history of pudding through the ages. What are some other names for “pudding”?
Butterfly: Do six requirements including the two starred *
_____ 1.* Do Dolphin Requirements 1 & 2.
_____ 2.* Learn about types of pudding from different countries. Give examples of pudding from at least five different countries. Make at least one to try.
Eagle: Do seven requirements including the two starred *
_____ 1.* Do Butterfly requirements 1 & 2. Taste seven different kinds of pudding.
_____ 2.* Make at least three different types of pudding from scratch. (Puddings made for optional requirements must be in addition to these.)
Owls: Do nine requirements including the two starred *
_____ 1. * Do Eagle requirements 1 & 2

_____ 2. * Teach someone how to do a skill from this badge or teach some knowledge about this badge to someone. You can teach kids, your spouse, seniors, anyone, just as long as you are sharing your new found knowledge. If for some reason you cannot teach what you have learned to someone else, you may choose an additional 2 optional requirements instead.




Optional Requirements:
_____3. What does the word “pudding” mean in the United Kingdom and how is it different from what we think of as a pudding?
_____4. What is a Christmas pudding? Make or buy one for an upcoming holiday.
_____5. Make an instant pudding and the same flavor made from scratch. Compare ingredients. Which one tastes better? Which one is healthier?
_____6. Make a savory pudding, such as Carrot Pudding.
_____7. What is Yorkshire pudding? What is it called in the USA? What is its history and why was it first served? What meal is it typically served with?
_____8. Find out which puddings can typically be served hot OR cold. Try one each way to see which you prefer.
_____9. Make pudding for a charity event, or give away homemade pudding mix for a service project.
_____10. Why is bread pudding not like other pudding? Why were they invented? Make one.
_____11. Learn about figgy pudding in pop culture.
_____12. Learn a song or nursery rhyme about pudding.
_____13. Learn ways to use pudding in other desserts, like make a pie or bar dessert with pudding mix.
_____14. What is trifle? Make one.
_____15. Make a pudding in a crock pot.
_____16. Learn about the following cooking methods and utensils and try one: steaming, boiling, baking, double boiler, bain-marie, pudding bag, pudding mold, pudding steamer, custard cups
_____17. Use frozen pop molds to make your own pudding pops for a cool treat on a hot day.