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Just had a couple filled with crab in cheese sauce.  Feeling rather full ATM, but will probably go back later to use up the rest of the mix on the traditional lemon juice & sugar.  Rather over the top, I know, but I like to mark these annual events.   Rather like the first snowdrops -  neither falls on the same date each year unlike birthdays, which are so predictable.  (OK, I know pancake day is predictable, but I have to look it up each year.)

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I’ll wait until the weekend until i make any, one batch should do it. When it comes to pancakes my daughter has hollow legs and can easily put away 8 or 9 at a sitting, i can usually get 11 or 12 out of a batch of batter so it’s slim pickings for me and my better half.

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1 minute ago, Hudds Lad said:

Are your offspring like gannets too, or do you just not like them? :) 

Lol, last pancake I had was when coming home from school. Mum used to make them and we had them with lemon and sugar. Its over fifty years since I left school. We never did them for our kids, I introduced em to bncon butties and sausages from a young age :D

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I didn't give in to the rampant commercialism of Shrove Tuesday this year. The supermarkets have had flour and eggs on the shelves for months beforehand. Any excuse to sell you stuff you don't need and would never otherwise buy. Worse than Christmas. 😀

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1 minute ago, Jen-in-Wellies said:

I didn't give in to the rampant commercialism of Shrove Tuesday this year. The supermarkets have had flour and eggs on the shelves for months beforehand. Any excuse to sell you stuff you don't need and would never otherwise buy. Worse than Christmas. 😀

Nearly as bad as " Mugs Day " commonly know as Valentines day!!

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10 minutes ago, Jen-in-Wellies said:

I didn't give in to the rampant commercialism of Shrove Tuesday this year. The supermarkets have had flour and eggs on the shelves for months beforehand. Any excuse to sell you stuff you don't need and would never otherwise buy. Worse than Christmas. 😀

Commercial holidays are great, although i still need someone to explain to me how a bunny lays eggs?

I know dogs can...

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