My three sons have eaten all sorts of gourmet desserts in restaurants around the globe - from tiramisu to creme brulee to more exotic fare. However, when asked what they want me to fix for special occasions, there is one favorite, which their grandmother always made when they visited. Now that my mother no longer is able to cook, they ask me to fix this Southern staple. The recipe used to appear on the back of the vanilla wafer box but, lately, I haven't seen it there. I was able to find it online, however, and I just made banana pudding for them the other day. I doubled the recipe so that it everyone would get at least two servings. Since my middle son, Alex, couldn't come down from Sacramento, I photographed it for him and sent his fiance the recipe.