A friend recently mailed me an old magazine clipping for a basic popover recipe. It came about as I’d commented that I’d seen popover recipes on other blogs and was tempted to try my hand at making some.

I’ve seen recipes that run the gamut from simply delicious to decadently glamorous. So let’s be honest… what kind of cook am I if I don’t experiment in the kitchen now and then? I can fill cupcakes… why not fill popovers?

And so, as you can surmise from the title of this post, I have a new project. My Popover Project. At least one time each month in the coming year, I plan to make popovers and share them with you. Well, at least share photos and the recipe. The actual popovers will be reserved for those in-town family and friends.

From January’s New Beginnings when I’ll try my hand at the basic popovers, through holidays and special events and ending next December with some festive delight. And if I get really good at it, maybe I’ll work my way up to two recipes a month.

Pretty sure the family would like that, yah?

What’s your favorite way to eat popovers?

And Frankly, My Dear… that’s all she wrote!

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