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#52 Jan 04 2012 at 8:42 AM Rating: Good
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The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
If the whole argument was that the majority of fast food hamburgers sold taste like sh*t, then it's not irrelevant at all.

I find it a little funny that you're taking this pancake argument seriously enough to go into semantic detail.
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The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
If the whole argument was that the majority of fast food hamburgers sold taste like sh*t, then it's not irrelevant at all.
It is irrelevant. If the majority of other restaurants serve great burgers, then the majority of places to have burgers serve great burgers. However, the majority of burgers sold taste like sh*t because McDonald's sells more than the others. You're using one place, who happens to have many locations, be the "be all, end all."

Anyway, pancakes and bacon should never be served on the same plate.


Edited, Jan 4th 2012 11:21am by Uglysasquatch
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#55 Jan 04 2012 at 10:10 AM Rating: Good
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Uglysasquatch wrote:


Anyway, pancakes and bacon should never be served on the same plate.


Don't come lookin' for pancakes in my kitchen. I'll not be dirtying additional plates just for free-standing bacon.


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I rarely eat sweet type foods for breakfast. If I do, I know I get shaky an hour later. I must have protein (MEAT) in my breakfast. I'll always take waffles over pancakes. And I never use syrup. A dab of butter and some whipped cream with sliced fruit on top.
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Anyway, pancakes and bacon should never be served on the same plate.


Don't come lookin' for pancakes in my kitchen. I'll not be dirtying additional plates just for free-standing bacon.


Just cook some sausage isntead of bacon. It's the better compliment for this anyway.
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#58 Jan 04 2012 at 2:27 PM Rating: Excellent
pancakes go better with sausages then bacon sure. However Humpty's, Smitty's, the pancake house, perkins, all serve pancakes on a separate plate.

There might be an exception if you're ordering a pancake meal that comes with two strips of bacon or something, I can see them putting it on the same plate then. Most of the time I have one plate with eggs/hashbrowns/bacon, and one with the pancakes. When I've ordered a pancake meal then usually I haven't gotten any meat with it, at least at the pancake house, which is where I go for pancakes. I usually just make my own though.

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#59 Jan 04 2012 at 2:28 PM Rating: Good
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Smitty's does not. Everytime I've seen it served, it's on the same plate.
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#60 Jan 04 2012 at 2:30 PM Rating: Excellent
I thought of an exception and edited. Does it fit into that category? I've usually gotten pancakes as a side to a breakfast meal, so maybe that's what's driving my thinking.

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I'm not saying sausage and pancakes is bad, btw. It is also awesome.

But I can't collect the drippings as easily from sausage when I make it from home.
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I was only thinking of pancakes as the meal, not as a side. I would expect most sides to come on a separate plate.

Anyway, sausage > bacon with pancakes.
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Just watched the video. I knew something was off when I saw the ratio of liquid to flour he was using, and also a sugarless recipe. He made crepes, not pancakes.
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I don't understand why anyone would order pancakes at a restaurant. They're the cheapest easiest things in the world to make at home.


some people can't even make carrot sticks, unfortunately.
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If the whole argument was that the majority of fast food hamburgers sold taste like sh*t, then it's not irrelevant at all.
I find it a little funny that you're taking this pancake argument seriously enough to go into semantic detail.
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And a stable economy.
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And a stable economy.
Not unless your bags of milk can do something about the 600 billion Mexicans who cross the border illegally each year and take our jerbs.




Actually, I'm of the mind that our economy down here is fairly stable. It just took a correction after spending twenty some odd years artificially inflated thanks to some hideously stupid in hindsight decisions on the part of a number of elected officials. Sure it's wobbling a bit as it finds a new equilibrium, but it'll right itself within the next few years. So unless you all have a time machine, that's not gonna help much either.
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#70 Jan 05 2012 at 9:10 AM Rating: Excellent
Why do I see only sausage vs. bacon posts? Sausage goes great with bacon.
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Well, now that the thread's over...


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milk that is sold by the bag!


maybe that is just an east-coaster thing... I've not seen milk sold in a bag round here since 1988
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I was really disappointed when I found out the milk bags are stuck inside a specially made pitcher for actual pouring purposes. I thought you guys just milked them like an udder.
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I thought you guys just milked them like an udder.
Those are in the coffee shops.
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milk that is sold by the bag!


maybe that is just an east-coaster thing... I've not seen milk sold in a bag round here since 1988
Could be. I've never seen anyone purchase them in years (while I'm shopping) but they're still here, so I assume someone does. No idea if it exists in Central Canada or not.
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Olorinus wrote:
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milk that is sold by the bag!


maybe that is just an east-coaster thing... I've not seen milk sold in a bag round here since 1988


I'm in Ontario and if you want more than 2L at once, you have to buy a bag.
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milk that is sold by the bag!


maybe that is just an east-coaster thing... I've not seen milk sold in a bag round here since 1988


I'm in Ontario and if you want more than 2L at once, you have to buy a bag.

Barbaric! Even us East Coasters have 4L jugs.
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Tellaria wrote:
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milk that is sold by the bag!


maybe that is just an east-coaster thing... I've not seen milk sold in a bag round here since 1988


I'm in Ontario and if you want more than 2L at once, you have to buy a bag.

Barbaric! Even us East Coasters have 4L jugs.


I think some convenience stores sell 4L jugs, but grocery stores only carry 4L bags. A 4L jug weighs so much though, I much prefer a bag, even if it is strange.
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4L is a little more than a Gallon, right? Can't imagine them weighing "so much"...

I don't use enough milk though, so I just purchase the 1 quart (1 liter for you metric folk) and even then end up pitching the last 1 cup (1/4 of that quart) cause it spoils before I use it all.
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I kill a 4L jug in 2 days, tops.
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I use between 1/2 and 1 cup of milk per day, in my cereal in the morning, if I eat cereal that morning.

I can't imagine drinking a gallon of milk in two days. The idea makes me feel a bit sick.
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I mow through milk. Which was fine when I lived with my parents and the milk was magically replenished. It doesn't work so well now that I have to actually go buy it. So now I buy milk, drink it all and then spend a few days thinking I need to buy more before actually going out and getting it.

We used to have bagged milk, but it was delivered. I don't remember ever being able to get bags in grocery stores out here, but it's possible. Certainly not anymore.
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You're all doing it wrong. Pancakes are supposed to be used like buns. And inside you put scrambled eggs/omelet, bacon, sausage, and those breakfast style potato thingies (or hash browns).

Also, only canadians use bags for their milk. lolbaggedmilk.
Also also, 4L = 1.05G, it's not that heavy.
Also also also, milk is evil. I use it for cooking and cereal and that's about it.

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Also also also, milk is evil. I use it for cooking and cereal and that's about it.


It was great with cookies, but only with cookies. A small cup, just enough to soak Oreo cookies in so that the hard tasteless outsides were moist and tasty. Not enough to have to drink a glass after you are done. Milk just isn't refreshing as a liquid drink should be, and makes a poor choice for drinking.

But I haven't ate an Oreo cookie in a couple years now, and with my new diet, probably won't be for quite some time.
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You're all doing it wrong. Pancakes are supposed to be used like buns.


Sure, if the only breakfast cuisine you've ever had was limited to say, McDonald's.

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Sure, if the only breakfast cuisine you've ever had was limited to say, McDonald's.

Peasant. 'Tis obvious you are not a connoisseur of breakfast. That thou would even think of Ronald's food as a suitable comparison to a real breakfast sandvich is deplorable.

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A small cup, just enough to soak Oreo cookies in so that the hard tasteless outsides were moist and tasty.

Smiley: dubious All parts of an Oreo are tasty, with or without milk. The main reason I dislike milk is mostly due to my lactase being deficient.

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I mow through milk. Which was fine when I lived with my parents and the milk was magically replenished. It doesn't work so well now that I have to actually go buy it. So now I buy milk, drink it all and then spend a few days thinking I need to buy more before actually going out and getting it.
I usually buy three or four gallons of the stuff each time we go grocery shopping. Can usually find the organic stuff with about a month left til expiration date.
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Oh sh*t that's only 4 hours from where I live.

Worth it.

Yeah, I just replied to a post a page and a half back. But it's about bacon and pancakes, so I can live with it.

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Milk just isn't refreshing as a liquid drink should be, and makes a poor choice for drinking.
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Tellaria wrote:
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milk that is sold by the bag!


maybe that is just an east-coaster thing... I've not seen milk sold in a bag round here since 1988


I'm in Ontario and if you want more than 2L at once, you have to buy a bag.


what's with you people? No one sells milk in bags in B.C.
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Milk just isn't refreshing as a liquid drink should be, and makes a poor choice for drinking.
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Milk by itself is rather yucky to me, but the moment it is accompianied by any sort of sweet carbohydrate product it becomes much more awesome.

And then there's Oreos, which are the yin to milk's yang.
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