Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Stacked


Yesterday was National Pancake day.  Hope you enjoyed some.  If not, it's never too late.  This versatile food tastes great and costs little to make.  That's reason enough to celebrate in the current economy.   We frequently enjoy them as an evening meal.  My granddaughter calls it "breakfast for supper".  Give it a try.


Grandma

20 comments:

  1. It sure looks tasty!

    Happy WW. Following you.

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  2. YUM!!! Looks delicious. Happy WW. I'm up too.

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  3. We do breakfast for supper too and I love it!

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  4. Yum Yum!
    In india we have a similar dish called dosas (but they are not sweet like pancake) made of lentils and rice.

    Happy WW!
    Cheers
    preeti

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  5. Oh I so wanted to go..... the phone, the kids, the computer, the games... Ihop could have taken me away.......

    My WW link for you

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  6. actually, there seem to have been two celebrations of National Pancake Day. I celebrated it last Tuesday, on Shrove Tuesday ...as it should be..lol

    IHOP is not going to determine my holidays!

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  7. I heard you can also get free panackes at IHOP yesterday but I didn't make it out there. Maybe next year.

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  8. Ohhh..Pancakes are my fav, but, sadly we don't have an IHOP anywhere near where we live, or we would have been there for sure!

    Happy WW to you!

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  9. I'm a pancake gourmet. That stack needs some blueberries or strawberries to top it off.

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  10. Yum! We like pancakes around our house. Ours are gluten free, but they're just as good.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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  11. Yummmy!!! I didn't know about Pancake Day, however, we celebrated a day earlier with pancakes for dinner. :) Fun shot!

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  12. I must be hunnnnnngrrrryy because as soon as I saw that pic my mouth was watering lol

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  13. Mmmm... We love pancakes around my place.

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  14. Well if I wasn't hungry before, I am now! yum.

    Thanks for visiting my blog! :)

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  15. Now I'm craving pancakes! Guess I know what I will be having for dinner tomorrow night :D

    Thanks for the visit and lovely comment. Happy Wednesday!

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  16. I did not know that nor did I get any pancakes :(
    We like aours made with a little quick oats mixed in the batter to give them substance and flavor...Yummy! OR Buckwheat is excellent too. AS a child IHOP was my favorite place to go. I've always beena pancake lover.

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  17. I'm going to have some tomorrow in celebration. I love pancakes.

    WW - Toil and Trouble

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  18. We love pancakes, too! (Recent tip: adding flavored creamer with the milk to a surprise!)

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