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Old 02-27-2006, 06:10 PM   #11
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Not too sure about the melting point of those sugary sweets, Urmaniac. Scottish toffee is a creamier thing altogether. But try it and see....
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Old 02-27-2006, 06:24 PM   #12
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The banana and toffee filling sounds so delicious... we can get Werther's Original, the flavour would be right on but it is a hard candy not a chewy type... do you think it would melt fine?
There's always Nutella
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Try: Brown sugar, cream & butter in a pan over low heat. Cook until slightly thickened. Add the sliced 'nana and cook for a short time and pour over the pancakes.

Or lightly brown the butter before adding the brown sugar & cream. Two different flavours, but worth a try.
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There's always Nutella
And a big dollop of ice cream on top....
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Old 02-27-2006, 07:04 PM   #15
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And a big dollop of ice cream on top....
Absolutely, Brooksy And nuts too!
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Old 02-27-2006, 07:05 PM   #16
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Yes, Ishbel, and I have heard about pancake days, and know there are many who do this.

Our pancakes are usually make with a leavening agent.

We call the other stuff crepes, and I love to make them.

And panckes are really great with lots of butter, real maple syrup, and crumbled bacon on top.

Or strips of crispy bacon on the side.

Nothing better.
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....And panckes are really great with lots of butter, real maple syrup, and crumbled bacon on top.

Or strips of crispy bacon on the side.

Nothing better.
You gotta be from Canada Auntdot.... We've heard about you lot.

The major problem I've got is that I cannot get REAL Maple syrup anywhere...

Last time I was in the Big Smoke I couldn't find it. Very disappointing.

Is there some way of making a substitute?
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Old 02-27-2006, 07:39 PM   #18
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Ishbel, when my kids were little, I used sourdough, and made my pancakes from scratch. Now, I generally use Biscuick for my pancakes, but I make the batter thin enough so that the little rounds are somewhere in between a crepe and a pancake. They are flexible enough that you can wrap the pancake around one of the little sweet smokey links that I love to serve with them.

When my grandson was doing morning football practice in the summer, he'd bring a bunch of buddies home for breakfast afterwards. Pancakes and French Toast were faves. One day, I didn't have any breakfast sausage or bacon, and I sliced and fried up some of my husbands Venison salami...they loved it.

I miss that...but the boy ran away from home, dropped out of high school and is now in a treatment center for meth addiction. :(
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What's bisquick?
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Old 02-27-2006, 09:10 PM   #20
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Ishbel, Bisquick is a ready made biscuit/pancake mix.
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