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#1 Feb 12 2013 at 9:52 AM Rating: Decent
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To celebrate my ongoing success with sacrificing belief in Catholic Ritual for Lent in 1985 I will be making pancakes for the family for Shrove Tuesday (today). While as with most things, I likely already make better pancakes than you do, I like to have a variety of selections for my "this is boring" daughter. Does anyone have any interesting pancake recipes?
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#3 Feb 12 2013 at 9:57 AM Rating: Excellent
Not super interesting, but it's buttermilk pancakes without the buttermilk. That's what the vinegar is for. I like them.

1.5 c milk
2 eggs
3 tsp vinegar
3 Tbsp oil
1.5 c flour
1.5 tsp bkg pwd
.75 tsp bkg soda

I like taking bacon and frying it into the pancakes. Pour the pancake, and then put bacon on top of it, pretty straight forward.

Edited, Feb 12th 2013 9:59am by Xsarus
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Just put different stuff on top of them. Problem solved.
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My father always made a variation on latkes - add some mashed potatoes to the pancake batter. (Or mashed potato flakes and a bit of extra water if you're lazy.) It makes them starchier and more substantial, and works well if you want a more savory experience with butter and bacon.
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Tell her about Pączki Day so she'll be disappointed no matter what pancakes you make.

I would make these, but it's been my experience that upon seeing me dropping anything into a liter of hot oil, Nexa says "What are you doing? Really? Are you really making fried dough? Why don't you just put on a red and white striped shirt and a fucking white paper hat and take this act to the fairground. Hannah! Hannah! Come look! There's a Carny in our house!"

Last time she started playing a calliope.
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Peel and core an apple. Slice it so you have apple rings. Give the rings a decent coating of cinnamon (soft apple works best). Then make silver-dollar sized pancakes. Add an apple slice right after you drop the batter. you might need to add a little more batter to cover the apple. Then cook as you would any pancake. Serve with syrup or just cinnamon and sugar or even chopped walnuts.

Shaped pancakes are pretty easy - and fun. Drop little shapes, face pieces or squiggles or whatever onto grill then cover with regular pancake batter. The shapes will show up when you flip the cake. You can also make heart shaped, or mickey mouse head pancakes pretty easily (in case someone needs a quick valentine there is always some sort of food you can make into a heart shape).

Blue berry pancakes are the best but they're only the best with little maine blueberries - hard to find out of season.

Other berries I'd not add to the pancake batter but make a compote (really easy to do with a microwave), serve it warm over the top with whipped cream or clotted creme and powdered sugar.

My favorite is pigs in a blanket (pancake wrapped link sausage), my kids liked chocolate chip cakes the best. You can arrange the chocolate chips into designs as well.

To liven up the boring pancake batter add a couple drops of almond extract. I used to make pecan waffles frequently, but never pecan pancakes. I don't know why.

Little Black Sambo ate 169 pancakes because he was so hungry.



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Once a long time ago I worked at Perkins Pancake house. We served Swedish pancakes with lingonberries, Potato pancakes with applesauce and Buckwheat pancakes with LOTS of syrup.
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It isn't pancakes, but we've found that using a waffle iron to cook cinnamon rolls makes for a rather interesting waffle. I'd bet that if you do something similar with a couple hot metal pans or a pannini press, you'll likely get something approaching a rather interesting pancake.
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I've always liked dipping bacon in my left over maple syrup. While not technically a recipe, or even something I've tried, I do wonder if crumbled bacon pieces would be a suitable pancake topping. Maybe a weekend experiment is in order.
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I've always liked dipping bacon in my left over maple syrup.

What a surprise!

Said no one who has read any of your posts.

Me too, though.
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#17 Feb 12 2013 at 12:32 PM Rating: Good
I don't have a recipe but my future ex-wife would make pumpkin pancakes that were really good.
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Call me boring but Gingerbread pancakes/waffles are a staple in my house and so are pumpkin pancakes/breads.

A plethora of recipes exist so should be easy to find and adapt.
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Alternatively, open up a can of Hormel corned beef hash and fry an egg.
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So basically, corned beef hash with an egg thrown in there to hold it all together?

Christ, I'm slow.

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Elinda wrote:
Once a long time ago I worked at Perkins Pancake house. We served Swedish pancakes with lingonberries, Potato pancakes with applesauce and Buckwheat pancakes with LOTS of syrup.


Funny how we notice things we didn't know about before. I had never heard of lingonberries until 2 days ago when a friend of mine served up a batch of lingonberry mead he'd made (it was ridiculously good btw!). I asked "what the **** is a lingonberry?", cause that's what you do when you've never heard of something before. Now I see you mention the same thing but you're 2 days too late cause I know what they are now. Smiley: tongue
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I had never heard of lingonberries

This made no sense to me initially, as there's an Ikea every 7 or 8 feet in southern California. Then, I remembered that Ikea didn't open in the US until the mid 80's and correlating that with the odd temporal warp you seem to be stuck in led me to believe it is actually 1983 in your world.
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1 egg
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Enough milk

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What is this?


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I had never heard of lingonberries

This made no sense to me initially, as there's an Ikea every 7 or 8 feet in southern California.


There's one in San Diego, and it's in the touristy section of town that most natives avoid like the plague. I've actually never walked into an Ikea store in my life. Funny thing is my friends also mentioned Ikea when I said I didn't know what lingonberries were. Honestly, it would never occur to me to go to a furniture store to eat food, but apparently they have a restaurant. Go figure!


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Then, I remembered that Ikea didn't open in the US until the mid 80's and correlating that with the odd temporal warp you seem to be stuck in led me to believe it is actually 1983 in your world.


Or it's that they have really cheap and crappy furniture. I pretty much went straight from cinderblocks and planks to higher quality stuff, skipping Ikea entirely. I don't own anything from Ikea and have no plans to ever do so. Do people really go to these stores that often? Why?
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Or it's that they have really cheap and crappy furniture. I pretty much went straight from cinderblocks and planks to higher quality stuff, skipping Ikea entirely. I don't own anything from Ikea and have no plans to ever do so. Do people really go to these stores that often? Why?


Free day care. Literally. The sofa I'm currently sitting on is from Ikea. It's pretty much identical to one we had from Pottery Barn that cost probably 8 times as much. While some Ikea products are particle board junk, many are just functional cheap easy things to buy that you'd be stupid to spend more money for. Also the store is amusing, it's like a warehouse staged to be Rent (that's a musical that will be popular in 15 of your years).
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Free day care. Literally. The sofa I'm currently sitting on is from Ikea. It's pretty much identical to one we had from Pottery Barn that cost probably 8 times as much. While some Ikea products are particle board junk, many are just functional cheap easy things to buy that you'd be stupid to spend more money for.


I know people who've owned Ikea furniture. ****. I've helped assemble Ikea furniture. I've just never physically been inside one of their stores. For all I know, there's a stork involved in getting the furniture from the store to the living room of the person who's paying me in beer to help put it together.

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I've not been to an Ikea. My sphere of influential experience overlaps gbajis.

The lingonberry - Ikea connection is lost on me.
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All I know is that I had three pączki this evening and I think I need to lie down...
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My desk and chair set is from Ikea. $400 for the kit and kaboodle, although I need a different chair soon ish.

I was going to just have them mail it but the shipping would have been another $250, so I drove to Atlanta to get my stuff, and had my chair hanging out of my Accord's trunk on I-85, roped in rather precariously.
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Edited, Feb 12th 2013 6:30pm by BrownDuck


It's like regular flour, only it's been mixed with PEDs.

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Buckwheat isn't made with wheat at all. So, if you want a gluten free pancake try that. They're not bad, but really dry. Soakers.

I had to make pancakes tonight (I had a handful of them little wild maine blueberries left to throw in).
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All I know is that I had three pączki this evening and I think I need to lie down...

I just returned from the grocery store and they had those. There was also a box from the same manufacturer of some sort of powdered sugar on nacho chips looking thing that began with a C. It looked like a mouth injury waiting to happen. I didn't buy any, Nexa convinced me to make Jambalaya instead of pancakes (with a convincing "you know where they eat pancakes today? England! You know who loves pancakes? Protestants. William the III LOVED them. You know what they eat in Cork in your ancestral homeland today? Jambalaya. That's right, mutton Jambalaya. Fine, they don't. They eat whatever they boiled for 7 hours, but still pancakes are the food of the oppressor!"

Then she said "Fuck King Billy, Free Bobby Sands!" and drank a Guinness. It was pretty convincing, really.

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I made beef stroganoff. Always a fun dish to make IMO.
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No, it's a total niche store no one has heard of.

Pretty sure this is cross-thread shenanigans and you should be bant.
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Blueberry and or Huckleberry pancakes involving fresh berries from the bushes outside are the best pancakes in existance. Aside from that I tend to keep them simple.
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All I know is that I had three pączki this evening and I think I need to lie down...

I just returned from the grocery store and they had those.

I don't know what souless baked product they were selling as pączki from the grocery store (well, yeah I do since they sell them here as well) but Polish Bakery or Get Out.
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I had a deli chicken sandwich and Ruffles potato chips for dinner tonight.

I also don't have to give anything up for the next 2 months.

Being a semi-atheist is nice.
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I had a deli chicken sandwich and Ruffles potato chips for dinner tonight.

I also don't have to give anything up for the next 2 months.

Being a semi-atheist is nice.


Technically, I'm giving up ice cream for lent. Not because I actually am but because my mom gives up sweets during lent and I see her once a week at my sisters house for game night (Cataan, rail games, etc). Ice cream is usually served, but we all go without during lent so as not to be pricks eating ice cream in front of our mom. Since that's the only time or place I eat ice cream other than birthday parties, it means I don't eat ice cream at all during that time period. Which really isn't that much of a sacrifice given that I wouldn't normally be eating ice cream anyway except that they put a bowl in front of me each week. So, um, what was I saying?
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What is a semi-atheist? Is that like a demigod?

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A demigod who doesn't believe in himself.
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A semi-athiest is possibly quite a few so-called Baptists in the south. You know, the ones that go to church "just in case".
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