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How to make crispy breakfast popovers with a touch of buckwheat (VIDEO)

How to make crispy breakfast popovers with a touch of buckwheat (VIDEO)

January 22, 2017

NEW YORK, Jan 22 — In a twist on a morning classic, earthy buckwheat imparts new life to this soft, crispy pastry. Melissa Clark also shares tips on breaking eggs and making popovers in this video. — The New York Times

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