Perfect Popovers!

Blueberry popovers

Blueberry popovers

Popovers first arrived in America with English settlers who took their Yorkshire pudding recipe, adapted it, and renamed the it a “popover”. In the 1800s, popovers popularized throughout New England. Today’s are made in specialty tins that facilitate the rise so the batter “pops over” the top to create that tall traditional shape.

Amanda from The Rod Homestead will teach us the best methods used to make crispy popovers that melt in your mouth. We will be making blueberry popovers but will discuss many of the delicious sweet and savory alternatives. Master the basic popover and all its sweet and savory goodness follows.

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