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Friday, October 30, 2009

Pop On Over

The lousy weather has given me some time to cook in the morning. So this morning I made popovers....



and eggs for a late breakfast. Being the good tender of animals that I am, the horses of course were fed before us. 



You know, I'm still trying to unravel the mystery of why I got fat. I think this will remain one of those unanswerable questions.

10 comments:

  1. Oh, I'm so glad you like to cook and share..I'm often inspired. The cold weather has got me baking too! I heated up a frozen pumpkin pie yesterday! Am having it for breakfast with my coffee as I type! Keep warm!

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  2. Yum, my mouth is watering. What did the horses have?

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  3. Debra, I do like to cook. Alas, I also like to eat. Too much. I have three large pumpkins in the cab of my truck waiting to be cut up and frozen for later use in pies and breads and pancakes!

    Bonnie, the horses had a hefty serving of alfalfa served with a bucket of fresh water. They approve.

    I'm supposed to be working and not loitering. Bad me.

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  4. Oh yummy! Yeah , me too! I can't imagine why I gained weight after being laid off!

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  5. Looks delicious as always! The fall colors make me sooooooo homesick. We will be celebrating Halloween by the pool. *sigh*

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  6. mmmmmmmmmmmm... popovers! It's been a long time since I attempted those!

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  7. Oh that looks so good!! I love eggs, and could probably live off them!

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  8. those eggs look heavenly!! i might make something like that for dinner on this rainy, dreary day. it just might cheer me up.

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  9. What's in a pop over? they look good. I think I could go 2 or 3.

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  10. Popovers are so good. GSC, they are easy, attempt them soon!

    I love to make eggs. They can be adorned as much as you like or just eggs, no matter. Good.

    Liss, popovers are an egg, milk flour concoction which fill with air when baked. They pop over the pan when they bake, leaving a hollow in the popover. I'll email you the recipe.

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