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Related topics: Food, dish
ldoce_247_apancakepan‧cake /ˈpænkeɪk/ ●●● S3 noun  1 pancakes.jpg [countable]DFF a thin flat round cake made from flour, milk, and eggs, that has been cooked in a flat pan and is eaten hotcrêpe2 [uncountable]DCB very thick make-up for your face, that is worn especially by actors
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pancakeThat particular mouthful amounted to thick slices of boiled sirloin accompanied by a pancake.After a few days the head will collapse and leave a brownish pancake.Now you can get pancakes, waffles and omelets with hash browns.To make pancakes, in a large mixing bowl, combine flour and water, stirring constantly until all water is absorbed.I live for a nice pancake.In between, Jack managed to come by our table occasionally to replenish on pancakes and bacon with maple syrup.Stir batter down and bake cakes on a lightly greased griddle, using about cup batter per pancake.A wide pancake shaped black cloth hat with a huge brim rolled back on one side adorned his dark hair.
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