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  • >It?s the Sheriff?s line at the end which really makes it.

    Completely. I made sure the version I posted was one that included that…

  • Quite bizarrely, I bought Maid Marian series one the other day and am up to this episode so will watch it shortly. I didn’t realise it was P-p-p-pancake day which is a huge oversight as they’re ruddy lovely.

  • Pancake day completely passed me by.

    I used to love it as a kid though. Just simple flat pancakes with sugar and a sprinkling of lemon.

    mmmmm….

    (Not that I dislike the fancy fat french and american style pancakes. Went to a place in Paris which specialised in just those and they were lovely…. but there’s something about those plain old flat English jobs I like. Purely a traditional thing though I guess.)

    Concerning Maid Marian, I was never into that when it was on, but that was an amusing video.

  • Crepes, (I was trying to think of the word when I wrote my post above.)

    As for being flattest I always associate them as pretty fat… possibly just the way they’re presented (often folded etc. rather than just on a big plate sprinkled with sugar and lemon which is what I remember from my childhood.)

    I associate English pancakes as the flatest, but I’m not exactly a pancake connisseour, so you might be right.

  • My mom made pancakes the same as we have them in England, and, not knowing what English pancakes were like, I always differentiated them from the typical American thick flapjack-type pancake as being like crepes. I don’t think there’s actually a whole lot of difference between crepes and English-style pancakes, aside from some of the different ways they’re served.

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