They really are. Relatively easy to do and flexible enough to keep them different even if you eat them on a daily basis.
Home made ones can’t be beat!
I believe pancakes to be a staple food. I am quite obsessed. I was raised on thin, crêpe-style pancakes, the candy-floss of the pancake world that seemed almost to dissolve upon contact, all flavour and no substance. These were the pancakes I bought from food trucks at music festivals, spread with Nutella and wrapped in a paper plate. I would part with £6 for this sliver of chocolate smeared batter only to devour it in seconds and be left wanting. It’s not that I don’t enjoy Crêpes, quite the contrary, it is just that they make me a little anxious. They are the type of food I need to consume in horrendous amounts. I need a reassuring stack of those golden discs before I can enjoy them. I talk about this as if it is a hardship, but we all know it is simple greed.
My pancake greed has meant that…
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