Went with the lemon and sugar then onto the melted chocolate.
Since when has pancakes ever had a singular form of the noun?
Pancakes are purely a lemon and sugar delivery device. Pile it on and eat them until a rush comparable to a Henry of Bolivias finest marching powder hits you.
Turn off the fire alarm from the furiously smoking pan and go sit in a dark room illuminated only by the vibration of your eyeballs.
Meh, too religious for me.
(I’m in )
This looks to be a very nice example. Every year the last three I make are the best. Then I forget in time to go through the exact same process the following year.
In parts of France it is (apparently) customary to say that “the first crêpe is for the dog, and the last ladleful is for the cat"
I’m seeing a lot of crepes here, some wannabe crumpets yet zero pancakes… WTF!
I know I’m going to enjoy this one.
How d’ya mean?
A British pancake should be taller and smaller in diameter, if you pick up a pancake from one end it should hold horizontal integrity. A crumpet should be small/medium height and medium to large in diameter. A crumpet will not hold horizontal integrity if picked up from one side. A crepe will flop like a 60 year olds appendage after eight pints no matter what region its lifted from. Have you never been to the, admittedly now defunct, pancake place. A stalwart in 80s British cuisine only bettered by Wimpy (possibly).
Sounds an awful lot like you’re describing an American pancake there
Were you dropped on your head as a child?
Possibly, I was a child at the time, memory wasn’t the best so unable to confirm or deny. Think you might have been if you think that’s a sensible question in a pancake debate.