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Old 04-05-2013, 08:30 AM   #11
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Steve; Have you tried my recipe? It too is very easy to make, not a lot of fussing. And the recipe is tried and true. I've never had anyone, except Charlie D, say anything but good things about it.

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Chief, no offense intended, but I'm a hardcore buttermilk pancake lover. I don't eat pancakes very often - twice a year, if that. But when I do, it HAS to be a buttermilk recipe.
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Old 04-05-2013, 08:42 AM   #12
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Chief, no offense intended, but I'm a hardcore buttermilk pancake lover. I don't eat pancakes very often - twice a year, if that. But when I do, it HAS to be a buttermilk recipe.
You forgot the "Stay hungry my friends".
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Old 04-05-2013, 09:33 AM   #13
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You forgot the "Stay hungry my friends".
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Old 04-05-2013, 06:37 PM   #16
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Old 04-06-2013, 01:04 AM   #17
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O wise one with big shoulders. That is mighty giving that you offer a recipe instead or as an alternate of your Recipe. I have had enough pancakes that I Know what I Like and what Looks good and then, it comes to the Taste Test.

I mostly like buttermilk pancakes, made on a sizzling griddle with a little cooking oil and a dab of butter for them to cook on. Thinner and smaller in size, not big ones that fill the plate to the edges. ( You can eat more if they are stacked taller).

I tried your recipe once. or twice. It seems to have crept to the top of Fave recipes. Pancakes are a Sunday Treat, even if I get around to making them on a Tuesday. I use 2 eggs and and up the milk a little, not a lot. O, and I put in a scoop of buttermilk powder in the milk. I think the cannister says mix in water. Who reads the side of a can. Not sure that is quite your recipe. Any way, it works and for me, tastes great. A bit of variation from your original. I call it your recipe anyway. The only time I didn't call it your recipe was the day I sent a swirl of molasses once around the mixing bowl even though i HAD your recipe printed and sitting on the counter.

Sometimes I don't use any recipe. Not a good idea. There are reasons there are proportinate ingredients and then there are things that go too far afield.

I think the secret to good pancakes is to let the batter rest about 20 minutes after mixing and before baking on the griddle.

Real maple syrup. Blueberries if you got' em.
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Always in for a good pancake recipe -Chief Longwind of the North I haven't tried yours - Recipe?
These in the Canada living look good, especially when I haven't had breakfast yet
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Always in for a good pancake recipe -Chief Longwind of the North I haven't tried yours - Recipe?
These in the Canada living look good, especially when I haven't had breakfast yet
The CBC runs a cooking show that features recipes from Canadian Living:

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I was looking for your recipe to try
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