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July 01, 2007


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We eat them all the time but only because of our heritage. When my mother turned seventy we made an album of all the grandchildren's photos (16 in total) and they each wrote about what Oma means to them. I think all but one mentioned pancakes and poffertjes because she was (and still is) forever baking them. I now make them for my children as a lovely treat in winter as they warm the belly and soothe the soul.


they seem like ebelskievers (sp?) which are swedish, i think? they look delicious.


They look a little similar to scotch pancakes but a little smaller. Delicious for breakfast!


I'm hungry too! They look delicious!


YOU'RE hungry?!! these are completely making my mouth water!


Lekker! We gaan binnenkort naar de Efteling, daar staat nog zo'n ouderwetse kraam. Die gaan we zeker een bezoekje brengen!


Yummy! They look delicious. I love the pan. How very cool.


mmmm, they look so yummy. my kids love scotch pancakes, but even the mini ones we buy are twice the size of these. they look so delicious, you are making a lot of people hungry you know!!


YUM! In Australia you´d call them pikelets and here in Austria we make something similar called schmarren. It´s a big pancake torn into pieces and served with icing sugar.


uummm wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing a bit of your culture! I've heard of "Silver Dollars" which are small pancakes, but I think they are eaten with syrup and butter...

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