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I made 3. Learn to make Yorkshire puddings. Job done, but not worth the effort. As all of them I have ever eaten (may be 5 or 6) they taste of nothing coated in grease.
2nd Jan 2010, 18:18  

Factotum says:

You haven't put enough salt in....

2nd Jan 2010, 20:18

FilbertFox says:

SALT???? Are you mad? Salt in food is horrible.

2nd Jan 2010, 20:32

Factotum says:

Fleurs de sel?

2nd Jan 2010, 21:16

SLG says:

or beer!

Edit: they look good though :-)

3rd Jan 2010, 11:42

FilbertFox says:

mmmmmmmmmmmmm beer

3rd Jan 2010, 12:26

Spidermonkey says:

You have forgotten to put jam on them. They are best by far, cold with jam. You may also have used too much grease.
But apart from that, well done you!

4th Jan 2010, 18:51

biffadigital says:

They'll be perfect next time.Who needs Aunt Bessie's frozen ones.

6th Jan 2010, 17:27

FilbertFox says:

Biffadigital - I have to say that they turned out just as expected, they rose as they should had the right texture flavour etc. I just think that Yorkshire puddings are a bit like the Emperor's new clothes. I don't think i can be arsed with them. P.S. Were you at the match on Sunday?

Spidermonkey - you are one crazy crazy lady

6th Jan 2010, 19:39

biffadigital says:

i was at the match - we forgot to field a decent mid-field section.

7th Jan 2010, 16:17

FilbertFox says:

Speaking as a neurtral I really enjoyed the match! Speaking as a rresident of Leeds I was not too happy.

7th Jan 2010, 19:26

FilbertFox says:

Speaking as a neurtral I really enjoyed the match! Speaking as a rresident of Leeds I was not too happy.

7th Jan 2010, 19:26

hildegard says:

Hot with jam is best - you make two lots & put the second in whilst eating the main course, then have YPs & jam for pud. Anyhoo, if you can do YPs, you can do toad in the hole & the tiniest bit of fresh thyme in the batter does passing marvelous things for that. Less good with jam, mind.

7th Jan 2010, 21:20

FilbertFox says:

Hidegard - i am already a master of the delightful 'frog up yer fanny' i put a dash of mustard in the batter and cubes of string cheese scattered about the cooking vessel.

7th Jan 2010, 21:55