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    After several years without even thinking of eating a pancake, I've come to enjoy them every now and then. The pancake is one of those foods that I can only have evry so often, but it hits the spot every time. I love making them from scratch and cutting up some strawberries, blueberries, boysenberries, etc. to mix in the batter.
     
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    *sigh*

    tiger02 -ex-military (iirc)
    sho'nuff - Started as Diorshoe, then had name changed to Shoe, then asked to be changed to Sho...Ended up being Sho'nuff, and his title was flip-flopper. Sho'nuff started posting 'grrrrr' a lot and that then became his title. I think he whined about it for a while when it was flip-flopper.
    brian sd - moderator. duh.
    nantucket red - his girlfriend is a major fashionista, and he has the good sense to identify by his better half.
    bradford - current events moderator (which means he moderates the CE forvm. duh.
    get smart - dont crink (comes from "chink don't crink", which tells you that he will forever look like he's 28.
    saucemaster - iirc, he lost a good amount of weight a few years back. Major kudos.
    mr. moo - forvm punching bag, talks a good fight Look up the Mr. Sam thread when you get a chance to see a few pics of Moo.

    Bonus. Bigbris (banned) petitioned for a custom title, something he thought would be commensurate with his (I'm guessing here) sexual prowess. He asked for 'yoga instructor', but I don't think he teaches yoga, at least not in his spiffy Polo RL togs. The mods finally changed his title to 'can be bent over'. I don't think he was happy with it. Let that be a lesson.
     
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    After several years without even thinking of eating a pancake, I've come to enjoy them every now and then. The pancake is one of those foods that I can only have evry so often, but it hits the spot every time. I love making them from scratch and cutting up some strawberries, blueberries, boysenberries, etc. to mix in the batter.

    I make mine with whole wheat flour and use blueberries. Add some dark-roast coffee and bacon and we have a nomtastic morning.
     
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    [​IMG] thanks again thomas.

    thomas = good dude
     
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    After several years without even thinking of eating a pancake, I've come to enjoy them every now and then. The pancake is one of those foods that I can only have evry so often, but it hits the spot every time. I love making them from scratch and cutting up some strawberries, blueberries, boysenberries, etc. to mix in the batter.

    To be honest, I haven't gone back and tried making a decent recipe since I stated I don't like them and was advised that I just hadn't had good ones. That said, I have a friend who swears she has an outstanding recipe, and I have blueberries that will be ripe and ready to pick soon. Plus, I picked up some maple syrup for the French toast I made for MrsG on Mother's Day. All of that being the case, I suspect that blueberry pancakes will be making an appearance on my breakfast plate in the near future.
     
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    Manton RINO Dubiously Honored

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    As always, discussion of crêpes is also welcome.

    They are hard to make.
     
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    Mt_Spiffy

    Good call.

    To be honest, I haven't gone back and tried making a decent recipe since I stated I don't like them and was advised that I just hadn't had good ones. That said, I have a friend who swears she has an outstanding recipe, and I have blueberries that will be ripe and ready to pick soon. Plus, I picked up some maple syrup for the French toast I made for MrsG on Mother's Day. All of that being the case, I suspect that blueberry pancakes will be making an appearance on my breakfast plate in the near future.

    Highly recommend. I can say this about making pancakes, mix very sparingly. The more you beat them the less they fluff up.
     
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    I make mine with whole wheat flour and use blueberries. Add some dark-roast coffee and bacon and we have a nomtastic morning.

    To be honest, I haven't gone back and tried making a decent recipe since I stated I don't like them and was advised that I just hadn't had good ones. That said, I have a friend who swears she has an outstanding recipe, and I have blueberries that will be ripe and ready to pick soon. Plus, I picked up some maple syrup for the French toast I made for MrsG on Mother's Day. All of that being the case, I suspect that blueberry pancakes will be making an appearance on my breakfast plate in the near future.

    Now you've both made me hungry for pancakes. [​IMG] Blueberries are the key to a good pancake.
     
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    redcaimen Bigtime

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    Would posting about waffles be off topic? I dont want to derail the thread.
     
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    They are hard to make.

    Really? I never have much problem with mine, unless you desire some sort of uniformity of color, shape, texture, or taste.
     
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    Would posting about waffles be off topic? I dont want to derail the thread.

    Holidays: waffles + cranberries + whipped cream.
     
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    Now you've both made me hungry for pancakes. [​IMG] Blueberries are the key to a good pancake.

    oh, I just remembered: pancakes with cranberries and white chocolate chips. Kinda desserty, though.
     
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    I'm hungry all of a sudden. [​IMG]
     
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