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January 10, 2011

Brown Sugar Popovers

The latest issue of Boston magazine arrived at my doorstep this week and I was so excited to see an article on Joanne Chang of Flour Bakery.  Flour is one of my favorite bakery's in Boston and this delicious recipe for brown sugar popovers featured in the magazine is from Joanna's new book: Spectacular Recipes from Boston's Flour Bakery + Cafe.  The cookbook was recently listed as NPR's top 10 cookbooks of the year and was also featured in a NY times best cookbooks of the year article.  It is temporarily out of stock but should be available later this month and I cannot wait to get my signed copy at the bakery.  I made these popovers yesterday morning and took them over to my friend's place for brunch. The popovers are moist, fluffy, not too sweet, and perfect with a cup of coffee.
popovers right out of the oven
adding melted butter on the tops of the popovers

rolling the popovers in brown sugar

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28 Comments:

Katie said...

Those look so delicious!

samantha. said...

yum, you need to invite me over your place so i can try one of those, naina!! they look delish!

xo
sami

Caroline said...

UM YES PLEASE!

Josie said...

Mmmmm, I LOVE popovers. So tasty and fluffy. I must try making these before going back to school!
xo Josie
http://winksmilestyle.blogspot.com

MelissaNibbles said...

I keep seeing recipes from this book everywhere! I need to get my hands on a copy. These look amazing!

Chic 'n Cheap Living said...

Delicious AND gorgeous! Thanks for the recommendation!

Erika @ ~TiptoeButterfly~ said...

i'm going to try and make these - were suppose to get yet ANOTHER snow storm tomorrow - so these will be pwerfect to make while i'm stuck inside!

*kiss kiss*
Erika
~Tiptoe Butterfly~

Rachna said...

Look who has turned into a baker!! Those look really good!

Anonymous said...

I'd love the recipe! they look so good!

kiran

Alleen said...

YUMMY! These look great and the cookbook sounds wonderful too! I am on the hunt for a copy... happy Monday! xoxo

MerciBlahBlah said...

Um, YUM!!! I am soooo trying these - they look delish!

Merci!
Shannan

Annie said...

Naina, these look so delicious!!! Funny - Dylan just made an amazing popover yesterday for my birthday brunch! On top of being so tasty, the presentation is so great too. I'll have to show him this post :) xo

Tunes & Spoons said...

ummmm...yum. i have never heard of popovers!!! you make them look like i need to go and make those right now and enjoy them by the fire i have going in my fireplace right. now.

Nikki said...

these look fantastic Naina!!!

xx
Nikki

Krystal said...

Oh gosh, I want to make those now!

bollywoodstylediaries said...

They look so awesome!! I am going to add the book to my wishlist..

Marissa said...

You're making it awfully difficult for me to follow through on my New Year's resolution of getting over my sweet tooth!

coolkids said...

great photos Naina! They look awesome!

Allison {Live Love Small} said...

these look great! i've made the ones from the neiman marcus cookbook but the brown sugar sounds amazing. it's no secret that you have great style so wanted to let you know i passed on a stylish blogger award to you. if you happen to stop by my blog you can see you're on my list. :)

Erica said...

Those look sooooooooooooo delicious !

MarchMusings said...

They look so homely and yummy. Happy New Year Naina

Chas said...

Yum! Those look amazing!

Stacey said...

Yummy Naina! I don't have a sweet tooth so these sound like they are right up my alley! Thanks for sharing. XX

Styles 'n Cream said...

These popovers look divine. I am so trying the recipe ...

jessica said...

this look delicious!! yum!!

Kinsey Michaels said...

those popovers look AMAZING! i wish i was better in the kitchen. i'm awful!
can't wait to see you at the styleboston tweetup next week!

Torrie said...

These look delicious... and I love your pictures. They make them look *that much better:).

- And how fun to have a brunch with your friend!

The Iconic Blog said...

I will definitely be making these. Thanks!

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