Anyway, here are my photos:
Trail head near my work.
While the beef rested, I made the batter and panned up the pudding and set it to cook for 30 minutes. I used Sky High Yorkshire Pudding.
I then made a nice gravy with the roast juices. I just made a roux with oil and flour, then poured the juices into it after it had cooked for 3 minutes. It worked very well.
I sliced the beef just as the puddings were done. I plated it all up, and smothered it all with gravy and it was awesome.
The roast was tender, the veggies were perfectly done without being mushy, and the pudding was crisp on the outside and light on the inside.
They did not rise as much as I expected, and they were not hollow inside as I expected... nor were they "sky high".. but they were really tasty and I did enjoy them with my meal.
I made another AllRecipes item for dessert: Neiman Marcus Chocolate Chip Cookies. Also yummy!!
I will be making this again. Maybe you will try something from this meal as well!