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Did you know..? The French started offering canapés to their guests in the 18th century, and the English adopted the practice at the end of the following century. The more modern version of the canapé is the amuse-gueule. Amuse-guele literally means 'gob amuser' but is translated more delicately as 'palate pleaser'. [bbc.co.uk]
The Minimalist: The Beefless Yorkshire Pudding. "Soft and custard-like on the inside, golden brown and crisp on the outside, popovers are easy to make and can stand in for Yorkshire pudding at a Christmas feast... The Beefless Yorkshire Pudding | NYTimes.com
Recipe: Beefless Yorkshire Pudding ~ Festive Cooking | recipeshunter.net
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