Fred Basset by Alex Graham for January 18, 2022

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    mikenjanet  8 months ago

    But souffles do collapse although that one seems to have done so rather dramatically. No worries. It will still taste good.

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    Wilde Bill  8 months ago

    At least now you won’t have to eat all that air.

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    ronaldspence  8 months ago

    The best laid plans of chefs and pups eh Fred! Bet it tastes just as good though!

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    efkasper  8 months ago

    Perhaps a case for Alton Brown (“Good Eats”) to analyze…

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    A Common 'tator  8 months ago

    We now have an excellent Yorkshire pudding…

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    dave1960  8 months ago

    It all goes down the same way……..

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    juicebruce  8 months ago

    The rise and fall of cooking :-)

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    david_42  8 months ago

    At first I thought Monster Yorkshire Pudding, but they don’t collapse like that.

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    GSD Mom Premium Member 8 months ago

    Well, at least Mr. Dear and Fred saw the souffle before the great collapse. They don’t stay up very long in any case, as I understand, but at least there are witnesses.

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    darcyandsimon  8 months ago

    Doesn’t change the taste any!

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    Durak Premium Member 8 months ago

    It still tastes the same, right? All the flavor didn’t gas out? Ok. We’re still good.

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    g.iangoodson  8 months ago

    Yorkshire puddings used to be served as one large pudding, often sweet and often before the main course. The general idea being a filler so that you did not eat so much of the valuable meat.

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