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Old 10-13-2013, 10:47 AM   #1
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Why have just one when you have both in one item???

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Old 10-13-2013, 11:43 AM   #2
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I like pancakes and I like Mac N Cheese but I don't think I would like them together.

Different strokes !!!
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Why have just one when you have both in one item???
Rather a lot of stodge? I like both but I don't think they would go together
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I wouldn't make the goal to be a breakfast pancake with mac and cheese added but rather another food item using a pancake technique. I make some might tasty zucchini pancakes and they get gobbled down without a thought about breakfast pancakes, ditto potato pancakes. If the mac and cheese pancakes gets a tasty brown crust on it like the edge around a pan of the stuff, they might be OK.
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Rather a lot of stodge? I like both but I don't think they would go together
Okay. I see this word crossing the pond a lot lately. What is 'stodge'?
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I don't do any pond crossing, but stodgy to me means dull and uninteresting, maybe even heavy. I'm assuming a pile of stodge might be a pile of dull, uninteresting, heavy food.
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