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August 29, 2011


ken Albala

Adam, It occurs to me that I have never made a Yorkshire Pudding in my life, and perhaps only eaten it a few times. It's practically unheard of in the US. I think it would be fitting to follow one of these for my first. Next time I've got a roast going, to be sure. And thanks! Ken

Adam Balic

Hi Ken,

it is not at all common in Australia either for that matter. But in the US there are "Popovers", or aren't they eaten as a savory?

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