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I need to be honest with you. Popovers take some time to make and they require a special pan. That's the negative side to popovers. Here's the positive: they taste like nothing else and are a real showstopper (Meal stopper?) on the table. I think popovers are a showstopper for a couple of reasons. For one, most folks don't make them. (See negatives above.) And, more importantly, they're beautiful. A bowl of popovers will certainly stop conversation for a moment. The reason they are so lovely is because the batter "pops" in the oven. This leaves the popovers with a hollow interior and high shiny top. If you have the time and the money to spend on a popover pan, I hope you try this recipe! . . . (to read the remainder of this article, please log in below.)
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