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7 thoughts on “December 19.20: Coping

  1. Looks delicious! Maybe I will make a GF popover version one of these days. Used to love them with soup on a cold day.

    • GF popovers? That is amazing. I think I tried to make popovers once. “Once” being the operative word. Soup sure sounds good about now!

  2. You met your English goal – I had an opportunity to look up a word’s meaning. 🙂 Love it, and popovers. We actually have a restaurant in Portsmouth that is named Popovers because it serves, well, you know – popovers. I hope you’re having a good Saturday. It’s a cold one here. It was 4° when I made coffee this morning. Take care. 🙂

  3. You make me laugh. Ever a good thing. I love the name “Popovers” for a restaurant. And what a warming thing to think about when it’s 4 degrees in the morning. Stay strong, Steve!

  4. Attenuated indeed. I would guess that popovers translate to Yorkshire puddings.

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