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What is the fascination with popovers?   Part of it is the wonderful taste.   The other part is that popovers rise so spectacularly high that just taking them out of the oven is a thrill.

Popovers are easy to make.   However, they can be sensitive to certain critical cooking errors that recipes rarely explain.

If you want to learn the secrets of baking popovers that rise magnificently, you have come to the right place.   Since traditional popovers are made with no yeast, baking powder or soda, what makes them rise?   Click here to find out why they rise.

For travelers, or those who just don't want to cook, here are some restaurants that serve popovers.


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