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Wednesday, June 2, 2010
Breakfast Beer Batter Blueberry Pancakes
HW left a little of Rachel's excellent secret recipe whole grain pancake mix behind, so I thought I would try my hand at a stack of pancakes. There was still one bottle of The Great Abomination found in the beer cellar leftover from last year, so with lessons learned from the fall trip, and blueberries culled from leftover Emily fruit salad, it was blueberry beer pancakes for breakfast. They actually tasted pretty darn good, but full disclosure - they did not look as good as in this picture. I finally got a couple of silver dollar sized cake to approximate a circular shape, and they went on top of the stack for this picture. The hidden cakes underneath varied in shape from amoeba-like to an approximation of scrambled eggs. Pancakes are not one of my core competencies.