But souffles do collapse although that one seems to have done so rather dramatically. No worries. It will still taste good.
At least now you won’t have to eat all that air.
The best laid plans of chefs and pups eh Fred! Bet it tastes just as good though!
Perhaps a case for Alton Brown (“Good Eats”) to analyze…
We now have an excellent Yorkshire pudding…
It all goes down the same way……..
The rise and fall of cooking :-)
At first I thought Monster Yorkshire Pudding, but they don’t collapse like that.
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.
Doesn’t change the taste any!
It still tastes the same, right? All the flavor didn’t gas out? Ok. We’re still good.
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.