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Hi, I make Ina Garten's (The Barefoot Contessa) popovers at my B&B. Always perfect and super easy.
Hi, Enjoyed your article. I always make Ina Garten's (The Barefoot Contessa) popovers at my B&B. Turn out perfect every time!
No need to pay a premium for a pizza stone. Just go to your local Home Depot and buy unglazed tile for about $5.
I've been using Al Sicherman's recipe from his book "Caramel Knowledge" for years, and I've been really happy with it. It seems that there's as many ways to make popovers as there are cooks!
You are making an unsanitary implication!
HA! Like "Carnal Knowledge." (Great Mike Nichols film, by the way). I get it!
So glad someone finally wrote something about popovers! I love making these - I have just a basic recipe that was in my family that I always use but I may try this one. I bought a popover pan at the nordic ware outlet store in St. Louis Park years ago and have never had better results. I think the store is still there.
Actually, as long as the unglazed pottery tile was never used for anything like landscaping or exposed to gardening chemicals - any germs that -might- be present will die a horrible death at oven temps.
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