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British Bites: Yorkshire Pudding

Arguably the most famous of the British puddings, Yorkshire pudding always makes an impressive side to serve along a perfectly cooked roast beef. But what happens if you don't have a pan of hot beef drippings to make your Yorkshire pudding in? Don't fret! You can make Yorkshire pudding in a variety of fats, taking this special occasion pudding to a fantastic side (or meal) you can make any night of the week. More

Yorkshire Pudding

Arguably the most famous of the British puddings, Yorkshire pudding always makes an impressive side to serve along a perfectly cooked roast beef. But what happens if you don't have a pan of hot beef drippings to make your Yorkshire pudding in? Don't fret! You can make Yorkshire pudding in a variety of fats, taking this special occasion pudding to a fantastic side (or meal) you can make any night of the week. More

Wake and Bake: Popovers

I believe my friends would have done well in Roman times, when lounging and theorizing were the popular activities of the day. They will happily argue over any topic, from when it's appropriate to use the word "delightful," to the length to which a girl's shirt should fall over her rear if she is sporting leggings as pants. One of my favorite long-standing arguments is that of popovers versus Yorkshire pudding. Because I don't have a definitive answer, I'll say this: I love popovers, and if popovers are Yorkshire pudding, then I love Yorkshire pudding too. More

Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding

A lovely bone-in prime rib roast makes for an exceptional dinner, but there are many other roasts that make for a perfect Sunday supper without the hefty price tag. When picking out the roast, take a look at the amount of fat present. If you're using a leaner roast (like the petite sirloin) you will end up with little fat in the bottom of your roasting pan with which to make Yorkshire pudding. More

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