family Benefit Breakfast May 6, 2017 Sally The better part of my day — actually, the best part — bringing my father to a pancake breakfast to benefit a local man who was injured in a snowmobile accident. This is why I love small towns. Share this:FacebookTumblrPinterestPrintEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related Published by Sally View all posts by Sally Share this:FacebookTumblrPinterestPrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...
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Did see my dad and his wife there?
I didn’t, but there were a ton of people there. You know how it is — everyone in the community turns out.
A good thing to do.
That’s such a coincidence. Yesterday I was thinking about writing a post about a dream breakfast of crepes. I didn’t end up writing it, but I’m still dreaming of them.
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Crepes… pancakes… basically the same, right?
Thank you for the nomination. I’m, of course, honored, but I don’t usually take part in awards.
Hi Sally. Yes, crepes and pancakes are sort of the same, but crepes are much thinner. I serve my crepes with various toppings: cinnamon and sugar, jams, fresh berries with whipped cream, lemon juice and sugar, and sometimes Nutella. Yum!
Fresh berries and whipped cream — that sounds amazing. We usually use good old maple syrup — locally produced sticky sweetness.
I love maple syrup too, but usually only use it on regular pancakes and on waffles. My hubby is such a berry lover that we add berries to everything.
Oh, I forgot. I love French toast, too!
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