Sunday, November 27, 2011


I have been planning on making these since I first learned of their existence at my brother's after wedding breakfast in 2007. However I did not have a popover pan. Incidentally I do not own a muffin tin or ramekins so I literally had nothing I could use to recreate this lovely food object. This recipe comes from my brother's father in law Robert Wallack and it's flawless: I over-mixed the flour and milk until there were no lumps and opened the oven in the beginning. I forgot to remove the upper oven rack and was worried the popovers would crash into it if they were to rise. 

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Knitting class notes

Back - complete it, approximately 8 rows. Do one row of the smaller pattern thing.
Front - decrease 6 times from 28 to 22 and then make it so it matches the back.
right side - knit 2 together and slip one, knit one pass one over
left side -  purl last 2 and 1st 2. Do not decrease. Purl each one.
Can connect shoulders if remember.