From blogging friend Catherine Johnson
Yorkshire puddings were a huge Sunday lunch tradition when I was growing up in Yorkshire. Gravy from the stock of the beef mixed with good old Bisto granules. Most of the time we had the Yorkshire puddings first like a starter and then the main, but the odd time we'd have one of two small ones mixed on the dinner plate. The point back after the wary was to fill you up on Yorkshire puddings first because there wasn't much of anything else after. They are cheap to make and absolutely delicious. I'd love to say easy to make but you have to make sure the old is SO hot when you pour the batter in the trays. I've seen/made bad Yorkshire puddings. (not nice.) Anyway here's a website I found with the recipe and all about Yorkshire puds. From one pud to another.;)
Thanks so much for having me on your blog Karen. I hope your readers try out those yummy Yorkshire Puddings.
Thanks for guest blogging today.
Thanks for reminding me of how much I love Yorkshire pudding. I started making them many years ago from a recipe in a magazine and couldn't believe my friends were so impressed with my "popovers." When I made them for my husband, years later, he said, "You make Yorkshire pudding?" Honestly, that's the first time I knew what they were! He was so impressed and almost gave me the BIG HEAD about it!
I'd have a big head too if I could only get them to rise. My mum's are the best. Thanks Jodi!
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