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Nearly all of the world’s cuisines have some sort of rice pudding, 99% of them served for dessert. In the U.S. rice pudding is a staple in Greek-run diners and cafes, where it usually includes raisins and may be served cool or warm, topped with whipped cream. An unusual American variety – and one of the best dishes anywhere – is the Mahnomin porridge invented by the late Mitch Omer, chef at Hell’s Kitchen in Minneapolis. This unique creation features Minnesota wild rice along with blueberries, cranberries, and hazelnuts, all moistened with a mix of warm maple syrup and cream.