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    Default POPOVERS - What's cooking - March 14, 2011

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    This one may sound familiar, but it isn?t one of recent popularity, since it isn?t a fashionable diet food. Thank God for something in today?s diet conscious world which not only looks like fun but tastes terrific too.

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    Popovers are one of life's marvelous little extras! If you've never had/made them, go buy a popover pan today!

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    Looks very good, now to find those pop-over pans.flyfisher724

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    Check out online, even K-Mart has them *S* the individual ones like in the photo cook up the best I'm told, I've only had the Popovers cooked in that specific one so I'm no expert....maybe at eating them?

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    Is there a difference between these and Yorkshire Pudding?

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    Darn I was afraid someone would ask that - I'm told Yorkshire pudding isn't done in tins but a flat pan usually directly under the roast and the drippings from the roast help flavor it. All input welcome on this one, I'm just an amateur *S*

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    Both are very similar. where as a popover is usually baked in a butter lined pan, Yorkshire pudding uses the drippings from the roast. Yorkshires can be baked in a flat pan with or without the roast or as I've had to do many times in individual cups like popovers. If you are going to do individual "yorkies" skim the dripping from the roast pan and divide them among the popover cups. about 1/4"-3/8" in each cup is about enough. yes I did say inch. also Yorkshires have a tendency to deflate do to the fact that they are a little softer and more souffle like.
    Any other culinary questions???
    The only things we permanently keep, are those we give away-Waite Philips

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    Sure, what are people's favorite things to put in them?

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    BUTTER and I personally love freezer jam. I used to get some when we lived in WA at the local Central Market, I believe it was made in WA as well, just terrific stuff. I haven't looked for it here in Arizona but was not able to find it at home in Livingston MT. Honey would be great too *S* the darn things are addictive! Not for the diet fans. These did not deflate at all. Oh dear, I'm getting hungry.....

    ****I found the jam http://www.sunfreshjam.com/orders/flavors
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    Quote Originally Posted by ducksterman View Post
    Sure, what are people's favorite things to put in them?
    Take LadyFisher's advice to heart... Butter and quality jam or preserves! Just a little bit of heaven!
    But DON"T BITE into them!!! Break them open or the steam inside them will burn your lips/face very badly!!

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