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This thread is now about pancakes:

Wikipedia wrote:

A pancake, also known as a hotcake or flapjack is a flat cake, often thin, flat, and round, prepared from a starch-based batter and cooked on a hot surface such as griddle or frying pan. In Britain it is often made without a raising agent, and is similar to a crêpe.[1] In America, a raising agent is used (typically baking powder). The American pancake is similar to a Scotch pancake or drop scone.[1]

They may be served at any time with a variety of toppings or fillings including jam, fruit, syrup, chocolate chips, or meat. In America, they are typically considered to be a breakfast food. In Britain and the Commonwealth, they are associated with Shrove Tuesday, commonly known as Pancake Day, when perishable ingredients had to be used up before the fasting period of Lent began.

Archaeological evidence suggests that pancakes are probably the earliest and most widespread cereal food eaten in prehistoric societies.[2] The pancake's shape and structure varies worldwide. A crêpe is a thin Breton pancake cooked on one or both sides in a special pan or crepe maker to achieve a lacelike network of fine bubbles. A well-known variation originating in Southeast Europe is Palačinke, a thin moist pancake fried on both sides and filled with jam.


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I prefer waffles.


SlimGauge wrote:
I prefer waffles.

I concur.


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STAY ON TOPIC!


Pancakes are win.

that is all.

Scarab Sages

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Pancakes are vastly preferable, but I prefer them thin, not thick and fluffy. I'm not talking about crepes, just a nice quarter inch thick pancake. With loads of butter. And real maple syrup. None of this artificial crap. I want to taste the tang of the deer dropping that fertilized the roots.


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I strongly prefer real maple syrup, of course, but it is prohibitively expensive in these parts. My compromise is Maple Rich brand maple syrup, which is 10% real maple syrup rather than about 2% as your Log Cabin or other phonies are.

Also, I prefer the term "flapjacks" just because it's fun to say.

What are everyone's feelings on French toast?


Hot cakes are the only edible item on MacDonald's breakfast menu.


Durngrun Stonebreaker wrote:
Hot cakes are the only edible item on MacDonald's breakfast menu.

Bro do you even McMuffin


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Marthkus wrote:
Durngrun Stonebreaker wrote:
Hot cakes are the only edible item on MacDonald's breakfast menu.
Bro do you even McMuffin

I don't eat any food that pretends to be other food.


Pancakes with freshly chopped strawberries on top, no syrup maple or otherwise.

French toast is a greasy guilty pleasure.


Durngrun Stonebreaker wrote:
Marthkus wrote:
Durngrun Stonebreaker wrote:
Hot cakes are the only edible item on MacDonald's breakfast menu.
Bro do you even McMuffin
I don't eat any food that pretends to be other food.

That is your life style choice, but IMHO you have not even lived without tasting a sausage egg McMuffin.


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See I don't dig McMuffins.
I DO like sausage, egg and cheese biscuits though.


meatrace wrote:

See I don't dig McMuffins.

I DO like sausage, egg and cheese biscuits though.

That's a perfectly reasonable opinion to have.


Pancakes with blueberries cooked in, and warm butter...


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Marthkus wrote:
meatrace wrote:

See I don't dig McMuffins.

I DO like sausage, egg and cheese biscuits though.
That's a perfectly reasonable opinion to have.

Can we at least agree that McGriddles are an abomination in the eyes of god?


meatrace wrote:
Marthkus wrote:
meatrace wrote:

See I don't dig McMuffins.

I DO like sausage, egg and cheese biscuits though.
That's a perfectly reasonable opinion to have.
Can we at least agree that McGriddles are an abomination in the eyes of god?

I actually really like the McDonald's breakfast menu. I break it down into tiers.


Vod Canockers wrote:
Pancakes with blueberries cooked in, and warm butter...

mmmmmmm

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Pancakes? Whatever happened to Pannekoeken?


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Like I said, I like biscuit sandwiches.
Off the dollar menu, I like the grilled onion cheddar burger.

Other than that, that place can burn to the ground.

EDIT: Except 2 for $3 fillet o fish during Lent and Shamrock Shakes. And there's NO g$&+*+n reason why they can't have Shamrock Shakes year round!
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Pan wrote:
Pancakes? Whatever happened to Pannekoeken?

Beastie Boys ate the last of it.

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meatrace wrote:

Like I said, I like biscuit sandwiches.

Off the dollar menu, I like the grilled onion cheddar burger.

Other than that, that place can burn to the ground.

EDIT: Except 2 for $3 fillet o fish during Lent and Shamrock Shakes. And there's NO g~%*%*n reason why they can't have Shamrock Shakes year round!
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Hell I'd go there if they had shamrock year round.


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For my money White Castle is the only place to get breakfast. Who doesn't want 8k calories worth of double sliders w/cheese, chicken rings and crinkly fries first thing? Great day in the mornin...


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Crepes. That is all.

Silver Crusade

There is a place near my house that sells dinner crepes that are so amazingly good they will make you smack your momma while your face simultaneously melts off. Also if I have to go for breakfast food I’m all about the pancakes. Although, I’m originally from the south so when I go visit family, there is nothing more awesome than biscuits and gravy.


Ugh; in all seriousness I cannot do pancakes anymore. My daughters make them religiously and could live on them but I need protein, fruits and veg first thing in the am. A couple weekends ago my older girl got a waffle maker as a gift and we had waffle and pancake breakfast that Sunday. After the meal I looked like a grizzly shot with a tranquilizer for like 5 hours.

Sausage patty and fruit cup FTW!


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This is by far the best thread I've seen in the past 8 days. Many thanks!

Also, pancakes, waffles, or crepes - as long as you put strawberries on top they're going to be amazing!


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The hotel that I've used for the last couple GenCons features a waffle maker at the breakfast bar. Based on the suggestions in this thread, I should pack fruit in for topping them. Now I'm not only hungry, but looking forward to GenCon even more.

EDIT: French Toast ? Only if it's home-made. Those toaster thingies that claim to be french toast ? Abominations or Abberations, certainly.


I had pumpkin pancakes this morning!


IHOP has all you can eat pancakes! (For a limited time.)

Silver Crusade

Changing the topic again: Now it's beard growing techniques. (You too, ladies!)

Shadow Lodge

natural beard growth is the only way, other wise you need to put an asterisk next to it.


mark hoover said wrote:
For my money White Castle is the only place to get breakfast. Who doesn't want 8k calories worth of double sliders w/cheese, chicken rings and crinkly fries first thing? Great day in the mornin...

and you get explosive diarrhea as an added bonus...woohoo!


ack didn't see the topic change.

Well I find that atleast for males the correct technique for growing a beard is simply stop shaving..

Perhaps positive thinking might help?.....watch more duck dynasty?...miracle grow facial rub?....Grizzly Adams marathon?


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If you can't manage to grow a beard, make one out of pancakes.

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Can one apply this logic to waffles?


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HOW DARE YOU


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Aren't you supposed to throw away your waffles if they have hair growing on them?

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What about soaking your beard in waffle batter and then trying to heat—wait... no. This can only end poorly.

Shadow Lodge

Chris Lambertz wrote:
Can one apply this logic to waffles?

Let's keep this on topic and keep the hostility level down. Please revisit the messageboard rules


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RIP Oolong, RIP.

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Chris Lambertz wrote:
Can one apply this logic to waffles?

Yes.

Pancake : Beard
Waffle : Mustache


French Toast: ???!?!?!


I have always wondered why do lumberjacks like pancakes sooo much...?


Because they're okay?


John Kretzer wrote:
I have always wondered why do lumberjacks like pancakes sooo much...?

Probably because they worked close to maple trees.

The pancake (or the concept of it) is also probably one of the oldest cereal foods known to man. More along the concept of ground up grains being fried in fat, of which there are lots of variations.


Crepes with onion, ham, egg, cheese and black pepper. *drewls*


Treppa wrote:
French Toast: ???!?!?!

Sideburns.


Mutton chops FTW!

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