Last weekend I helped my husband organize the garage. A little bit. You could say I was supervising. Or spying. Or snooping. Basically, I was being nosey and wanted to see what he decided to throw out. Thankfully, he didn’t get rid of my knitting machine.
But what was more thankful than that and downright exciting was that I found my popover pan! What? How? When did someone think it was a good idea to put a popover pan in the garage? Grr… I’m looking at you, husband!
To make up for lost time, I’ve been baking popovers after popovers.
It’s not like you can have too many popovers. Besides, they’re so easy to make, maybe even way too easy. For something so spectacular, anyway. Anybody else a popover glutton over here? Go ahead, admit it. The truth shall set you free.
Now it’s time for festures
“Wait… what? Tomato and peaches together? Mind blown! I am so excited to try this Liz, how totally amazing!” — Laurena
“Me, too! I want to try this, too. A warm tomato and peach salad. It sounds simple but it’s so creative!” — Angie
“I’ve been meaning to try making bliss balls, and these Raspberry Bliss Balls are a good start. So pretty and so healthy!” — Angie
“Cake for breakfast? I’m sold! Fresh plums and caramel sauce, too. Oh my, Beth, it looks and sounds totally delicious!” — Laurena
“This would be a fun project for the little ones to do. There’s no baking involved, and the cookies are so cute.” — Angie
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