For one minute, walk outside, stand there, in silence, look up at the sky and contemplate how amazing life is.
Yum ~ I have not made any Yorkshire puddings for a while. You have me thinking ~
I am trying to figure out if this is really a Yorkshire pudding or one of those baroque fungi you sometimes see growing on tree stumps! :) thanks for the smile Valerie.
Carol, I confess ... I haven't either. Thanks for popping in.
Jenny, it was a pile of single yorkshire puddings, but I see what you mean.... grins.
Oh yes please! To answer your question, I reminded myself on the heated bird bath:)
hey i dont know what they are but i am a sucker to try anything at least once...smiles..
I had no idea that's what they looked like! I always learn something by visiting your blog. House is Joe doing??
The first time I had Yorkshire pudding, in the 70's, I was amazed at how different it was from what I thought it would be. Same with plum pudding or any thing called pudding by Brits.
BC, did you like the Yorkshires? Mona, they vary in design, depending on the chef or cook. Home made Yorkshires are usually made in small cake tins. Chefs like to show-off!Brian, did you ever hear of roast beef and Yorkshire pudding? They are actually a batter made with eggs, flour, and milk. and ideally cooked in hot beef dripping. Delicious!
LOVE Yorkshire pudding, Valerie!We used to offer that at a lovely English Tea Room in which I once worked, while still living in Florida.YUM-MY!Now you've got me craving it - HA!Happy Wednesday, dear lady!X
Ron, how great that you KNOW about Yorkshire pudding. Ooooh can you tell us more about that English tea room?
In my meat eating days (over 20 years ago) this was one of my fav indulgences, when I was over at mom's for a roast beef dinner. there's nothing quite like these tasty bites!!!
Did you bring enough for the rest of the class ;-) Man, now I'm hungry!
Geraldine, some people have yorkshire pudding as a dessert.... with fruit and stuff. I can't say i fancy that, though.Herman, there's enough if you only have one piece...grins.
Ohhh......YUM! Not that I get to indulge with the flour ingredient. And substituting gluten free flour doesn't work on these goodies.There's a few things from his menu that are just a staple around here--this used to be one. I bet he misses 'em.....
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