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Mystery item

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I was housecleaning my kitchen today when I pulled this gadget out from under a cupboard, left behind by previous owner.
Anyone know what it is and its use? Possibly a gadget from the stove that she never used, (Maybe for Yorkshire puddings?]. Holds about 1-1/2 to 2 cups if filled to top.
Top and underside shown, racks are attached to cups
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I google.
Popover pan.

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PoplarSoul hit then nail on the head but you can also use it for Yorkshire Puddings. Works like a charm for both. Do believe that's about the only type pan I don't have clogging up my pantries. Found the jumbo muffin tin works fine.
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What about that time you found a plumbus in your dresser drawer Catsumi?
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^^^^

Haha. Always wondered how those were made.

A popover pan. Good grief, not once in my long life have I had a popover. Will look up recipe and give it a whirl. It sure is sturdily built and looks like it was never used
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^^^Check your PM.
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Ha, I thought Plumbus was some type of sex toy
I am a firm believer you should hide something kinda odd in every place you move out of so the new people get a surprise
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normaM wrote: Dec 9th, 2021, 2:13 pm Ha, I thought Plumbus was some type of sex toy
I am a firm believer you should hide something kinda odd in every place you move out of so the new people get a surprise
I almost spit my coffee out. Plumbus! A sex toy. :smt045
That's quite the imagination you have there Norma. :biggrin:
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