~Popovers~ I searched for EVER to find the perfect popover recipe and I FINALLY found it! I made dozens of recipes and this is the one! They're great with butter and jam and just as yum when served alongside a roast for sopping up gravy
The Ritz-Carlton’s Blueberry Muffins
NYT Cooking: This recipe came to The Times by way of Marian Burros in a 1985 article about the famous muffins served at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Boston. The hotel has been serving blueberry muffins since it opened in 1927, but in 1971, then pastry chef Charles Bonino set out to develop a better recipe. One of the city's best-known department stores, Gilchrist's – long since clos...
Popovers begin with essentially the same batter as Yorkshire pudding Purists will tell you that what makes Yorkshire pudding so great is that it’s cooked in beef drippings But butter isn’t a bad stand-in, and popovers are pretty easy
similar to Yorkshire Pud : recipe : 4 large eggs, warmed in a cup of hot water for 10 minutes before cracking 1 cups milk (skim, low-fat, or full-fat), lukewarm teaspoon salt 1 cups Flour 3 tablespoons melted butter