Often served with roasted meat, the popover is an easy bread to make. Use these recipes to step up their flavor with cheese, spices, and herbs that help you tailor the perfect popover.See Popular Popovers Recipes
Like their close cousin, Yorkshire pudding, puffy crisp popovers, with moist tender centers, are tasty complements to serve with roast beef, lamb, and pork.
These popovers contain just enough shallots to lend flavor but not enough to weigh down the batter. Too many solids will prevent popovers from "popping."
These savory herb popovers make a fun side dish for soups or salads.
Sweet and sensational, the strawberries in one serving of this luscious breakfast supply 75 percent of your vitamin C needs for the day.
Eager to know what makes popovers pop? It's the steam that forms as they bake at high temperature.
These giant popovers, filled with caramelized apples, make a fun dessert for entertaining.
Millions of years ago, my younger sister and I went to a summer camp that began running out of money in mid-July. "Don't let the kids eat so fast," we overheard the camp director scold the head of the dining hall. "They should fill up on bread before you put out the real food!"
Whip up a tasty brunch recipe inspired by the most popular floats and balloons in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Hosting a Thanksgiving feast can feel overwhelming, but if you set out an array of appealing appetizers for your guests, you'll at least avoid the rush of hungry folks poking their heads into the kitchen to see what's cooking. (Trying to get that turkey perfectly golden brown is hard enough without prying eyes!)