Friday, 30 October 2015

Food on Friday: Pancakes




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We are not big pancake eaters but I imagine I'll be inspired today by all your pancakes, crepes or galettes.

To add your pancakes, just put the name of the dish together with your blog name/name into the first Mr Linky box you will find below.  Then paste the url for your post about it into the second box.

I'll be pinning the dishes to this Pinboard which will make it easy for you to check them out at a glance.  The 199 links from the earlier pancake collection are also on that board.

Have a flipping good time!

24 comments:

  1. I love pancakes! I even make savoury ones. :)

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  2. I love pancakes this was an exciting party for me cuz there's so many variations thanks for the invite

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  3. My favorite are blueberry but sour cream banana is good too.

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  4. Hi, Carole and all!
    Hoito Restaurant’s Finnish Pancakes ( # 25 ) is a Thunder Bay, Ontario tourist favourite, in case anyone was there and was curious about the recipe.
    The post also has a bit of history.

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  5. I use Alton Brown's recipe... best flapjacks ever!

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  6. I haven't had pancakes in quite a while. Now, I think I will make some this weekend.. will be a nice change.

    Have a great weekend!

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  7. Hi Carole. Sorry I haven't linked up in a while. Life's been hectic lately. I've linked my kick-ass buttermilk pancakes. Thanks, as always, for Food on Friday.

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  8. I love pancakes of all kinds. Some of these sound amazing!

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  9. Great topic, Carole! Have a wonderful weekend.

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  10. Perfect timing for the weekend Carole!

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  11. Love this topic! I hope you'll my pancakes. Have a wonderful weekend!

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  12. Great collection! Thanks Carole!!

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  13. Thanks for hosting! I love pancakes! I'm sharing Apple Cinnamon ones this week : )

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  14. Thanks for the invite! So many great recipes and I have linked my mancakes (named as such given they are the size of a dinner plate).

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  15. Perfect! This week I have included a recipe for Coconut Peking Pork Pancakes - these are great for parties as finger food or to celebrate with an Asian theme.

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  16. Thanks Carole. I linked up my healthy Apple Pie Pancakes with Warm Maple Syrup. I hope you like them.

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  17. Hi Carole just added my delicious healthy dairy free low fat pancake with blueberries, quick and easy to make.

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  18. Whew, this was a hard one for me to narrow down. I've got WAY too many pancake recipes...said no one ever. Ha! As always, thanks for hosting, Carole! And happy Friday! :D

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  19. We have a house full of pancake lovers so this theme is so welcome!
    Cheers!

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  20. My recipes were born out of necessity. I have to watch my carb and sugar intake so I prefer to make savoury rather than sweet pancakes. Both my recipes are vegan and gluten-free. Hope you like them.

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  21. I realize we have not had pancakes for the longest time. Thanks for reminding me and especially thanks for this collection of inspiration!

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  22. Carole,
    I love to go out to eat for pancakes, but hate to stand at the griddle flipping . . . flipping . . . flipping in order to make enough to feed my family. So the only pancakes I've got on my blog are my Zucchini Pancakes, easy fruit & yogurt crepes, and my Finnish Oven Pancake (made using eggnog for a richer batter). Some people know this as a Dutch Baby and cook it with fruit, but I first ate this in Finland made using the rich milk right after one of our cows unexpectedly calved, not baked with fruit, so this will always be a Finnish Oven Pancake to me.

    Thanks!

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Your comments are most welcome. Cheers