This recipe was in today's NYTimes food section, courtesy of Elaine Louie the Temporary Vegetarian. Why temporary, I don't know. This "is a recipe that has been handed down pre-Civil War." Wow. Unlike most corn puddings, it does not contain sugar and purists do not put sugar in their corn pudding. Do make this only during corn season when fresh corn is at its sweetest. It's from "A Love Affair with Southern Cooking" by Jean Anderson. She likes to make this for dinner parties, and a perfect accompaniment is salad and biscuits served the true Southern way, with no honey.