Tuesday, March 05, 2019

Your Turn

Since it is Pancake Day, what do you like putting on yours?

37 comments:

Sarton Bander said...

Nutella

Donna said...

The only time I ever eat a pancake is at The Plaza Cafe in Santa Fe. Blue Corn Pancake with Pinons with butter and maple syrup, and a rasher of bacon on the side. Heavenly!

sandybrook said...

Butter and syrup

Brayson87 said...

Gin.
WTF do you think, maple syrup of course.

Do Tell said...

Don't really eat them, but I will say the best ones I ever had were at a bed and breakfast in Montauk. They were made with Jiffy corn muffin mix. With real maple syrup, they were delish.

cheesegrater15 said...

The tears of my enemies.

New Game of Thrones trailer dropped today!!!!

Brayson87 said...

+1 cheesegrater! It will be awesome! Then when the season is over I can finally cancel HBO and their generally lackluster content! :)

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Tuesdi said...

Peanut Butter and Maine Maple Syrup.

Brayson87 said...

True Detective Season 3 was a ripoff of Hap and Leonard!

Super Comic Fun Time! said...

Maple syrup is fine. But real maple syrup not what American restaurants put out as maple syrup. If you're married and traveling make sure your wife carries a small bottle of maple syrup in her purse.

Aquagirl said...

Not a huge fan of pancakes but if I eat them I either like blueberries or bananas mixed in the batter or strawberries on top. And a dash of maple syrup.

Jennifer said...

Lot's of butter and a little syrup.

Substance D said...

Menstrual blood.

Ann said...

Usually just real maple syrup. In spring/summer I often make homemade syrup using fresh fruit- peaches, strawberries, blueberries, and blackberries.

01001100 01010000 said...

Pancake day? Pft. It's Paczki day here. Way better (and worse for you).

zerooptions said...

butter with a dash of ouzo, try it, really!

Becki said...

Yes!! It's Paczki day in Chicago!!
I don't like pancakes, waffles are where it's at :)

Pink_Palace said...

@Becki and @01001100...

Exactly what are Paczki’s?!? I saw they are huge in Detroit and almost ordered some, but ordered King Cake’s from New Orleans, instead.

Pancakes - I miss my mother’s tie-dyed chocolate chip ones.

Trapped said...

Cooked blackberries

Pamela Olson said...

vanilla ice cream

Dena said...

I just made pancakes that had frozen cream cheese cubes and fresh blueberries in the batter- the cream cheese melts on the griddle so they’re a bit oozie...topped with maple syrup & crumbled graham crackers - delicious! (Courtesy of Chrissy Tiegen’s new cookbook, which is really good)

Vita said...

Pink_Palace-- Paczkis are Polish fried "jelly" doughnuts...a decadent treat for Mardi Gras. Anywhere in US with a huge Polish population usually has Paczkis for sale in all of the groceries and bakeries. Polish bakeries in Chicago area have people buying them by the multiple dozens to take to workplaces, and lines are around the block in the morning.

Outside can be glazed, powdered sugar, regular sugar or plain

Some fillings-- custard, cheese (like danish), fresh strawberry, strawberry jelly, raspberry, prune, lemon, guava, blueberry cheesecake, key lime, etc..

If you have any weakness to non-cake doughnuts, they are delish!

That being said..pancakes with butter and syrup and also fried cinnamon apples can be fabulous, too!

Anyone giving anything up for Lent?

Vita said...

Dena-- holy cow, those sound divine!!

Chica said...

No reply from Desperate. I’m shock being that this answer she could not get wrong. Maybe that’s why she didn’t bother being she likes to post wrong answers multiple times.

Pink_Palace said...

@vita Thanks!!

Cee Kay said...

I only eat Finnish pancakes whenever I get to Ontario to go to The Hoito. And then it's just syrup and bacon. And it's amazing.

Skyler the Weird said...

I like Danish Pannekander filled with strawberries and fresh whipped cream.

emeraldcity said...

British traditional style. A squeeze of lemon and a sprinkle of caster sugar with a dollop of whipped cream (optional). British/Australian pancakes are much thiner than USA variety (we call those pikelets).

Elphin MacSkye said...

A big ol' lump of butter, some Molasses, another pancake, butter, Molasses - I stack and pack 'em.

Tropicana said...

Syrup. With crispy bacon

GentleBreeze said...

Pancake day AKA Shrove Tuesday. Butter, baby, just butter.

IndigoBlue said...

Peanut Butter and Log Cabin or Mrs. Butterworth's .... and I like mine cooked enough to give the edges a little crispiness. On a different, yet also delicious, note....I had a strawberry glazed Paczki just this afternoon! It was super tasty and came from the bakery at the local grocery store!

aemish said...

love fruit compote and sometimes I switch up and use honey instead of syrup

Ulf said...

Nicole Aniston

Kansa said...

The Dutch have more than 50 different types of pancakes (pannekoeken). I like the apples and bacon one, while my husband likes the curry ones. I realize that this is different to what most people think pancakes have in/on them, but going to the Pannekoekenhuis in Den Haag is fabulous!

pickyvegetarian said...

butter, banans and syrup or peanut butter chocolate chips and syrup (the choice chips baked into the pancake of course)

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