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Popover Pan used by Alton Brown in Popover Sometime

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Popover Pan used by Alton Brown in Popover Sometime

Postby ericgorr » Sat Oct 25, 2014 4:10 pm

I was just wondering if anyone knew which exact popover pan Alton Brown used in the episode "Popover Sometime" (which is one of the few currently streaming on Netflix). Thank you.
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Re: Popover Pan used by Alton Brown in Popover Sometime

Postby Steve G » Mon Nov 03, 2014 9:01 am

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Re: Popover Pan used by Alton Brown in Popover Sometime

Postby ericgorr » Thu Nov 06, 2014 9:49 pm

I agree it is similar, but the one you pointed to is non-stick and Alton Brown specifically mentioned in the episode that he was avoiding non-stick in this case. I am having some trouble locating a regular pan.
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Re: Popover Pan used by Alton Brown in Popover Sometime

Postby okbye » Fri Nov 07, 2014 12:27 am

If you can't find one that's not non-stick you can rough up the surface.
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Re: Popover Pan used by Alton Brown in Popover Sometime

Postby Steve G » Sun Nov 09, 2014 3:39 pm

This arrived in my FaceBook feed today:

The Noble Pig: The Best Classic Popovers with Tips and Tricks

They recommend the Chicago Metallic pan as well.
(Chicago Metallic is the preferred choice by bakers who understand quality, design and durability.
Chicago metallic never disappoints: non-stick, easy release with every recipe, effortless clean-up
and consistency that defines a new meaning to perfection every time.
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Here is the GE popover segment.

Good luck finding the pan you're looking for.
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