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Re: My Farewell Address

Postby kirk21 » Sat Apr 09, 2011 2:01 am

Anyone else find it funny that this thread started with people talking about Pancakes and now its people talking about literal pancakes? Not that I'm against that. Pancakes are freakin awesome. Especially blueberry pancakes......I want blueberry pancakes now.
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Re: My Farewell Address

Postby donhoavon » Sat Apr 09, 2011 8:03 am

pancakes (Pancakes is alteil, pancakes is food) with hashbrowns? I have to try it sometime.

blueberry pancakes.......hmmmm feeling hungry already.
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Re: My Farewell Address

Postby Ginnazoh » Sat Apr 09, 2011 11:07 am

blueberry chocolate chip pancakes..are awesome :D
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Re: My Farewell Address

Postby Callonia » Sat Apr 09, 2011 12:33 pm

No. Blueberry waffles is even more better!
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Re: My Farewell Address

Postby donhoavon » Sat Apr 09, 2011 12:40 pm

Callonia wrote:No. Blueberry waffles is even more better!

double positive in that grammar; and a plural verb needs to agree with a plural noun (Im just sayin') ;th2

How do you make blueberry pancakes or waffles? I am really interested
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What he didn't mention is that the warmth is the 100 degrees Celsius of heatstroke.

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Re: My Farewell Address

Postby Spears » Sat Apr 09, 2011 4:48 pm

Not sure this should ever have been in general tbh.
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Re: My Farewell Address

Postby fargone » Sat Apr 09, 2011 5:12 pm

Agreed, off topic would be a better home for this thread.
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Re: My Farewell Address

Postby rsvlito » Sat Apr 09, 2011 5:25 pm

donhoavon wrote:
Callonia wrote:No. Blueberry waffles is even more better!

double positive in that grammar; and a plural verb needs to agree with a plural noun (Im just sayin') ;th2

How do you make blueberry pancakes or waffles? I am really interested


The secret is to plop the blueberries onto the batter once you've poured the pancake mix into the pan.

If you mix in fresh blueberries with the batter, the blueberries will be squashed. If you mix in frozen blueberries with the batter the batter will turn purple blue.

A good tip for great pancakes is to make sure you keep the pan heat lower than medium (this is the case for most conventional electric stoves).
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Re: My Farewell Address

Postby worthing » Sun Apr 10, 2011 1:14 am

and then he fed us pancakes?
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Re: My Farewell Address

Postby donhoavon » Sun Apr 10, 2011 1:27 am

rsvlito wrote:The secret is to plop the blueberries onto the batter once you've poured the pancake mix into the pan.

If you mix in fresh blueberries with the batter, the blueberries will be squashed. If you mix in frozen blueberries with the batter the batter will turn purple blue.

A good tip for great pancakes is to make sure you keep the pan heat lower than medium (this is the case for most conventional electric stoves).


I see. The pancakes that my mom makes are extremely nice and crispy on the edges ;th2. Adding ice-cream to the pancakes after cooking balances the crispy texture with the smooth ice-cream, and the plain taste of the pancakes with the sweet ice-cream, :D
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