Originally Posted by bigdaddy3k
Do they have a separate dish that is like our pancakes in the UK Linux?
Yes, Bigdaddy, I would recognise such dish to be of the savoury type. Crepes (as I
prefer to call them because I spent a lot of my early years in Provencial France) are thin, lace-like, whereas the thicker ones we in the UK do not see very often.
[/QUOTE]I know they have them in Aussie (Not UK but used to be) but they prefer them to be a savory dish rather than sweet.[/QUOTE]
Bigdaddy, my tummy says it like to try a couple of your fine savoury pancake recipes.
Originally Posted by Andy M.
So you call American style pancakes 'crepes' and French style crepes 'crepes'. How does anyone know which one you are talking about?
No, I wasn't contradicting the OP. I was merely stating that in the UK
, pancakes are usually recognised as being like French crepes. The American pancake I am now informed is completely different. So, aye, one learns something new every day.