Dutch Pancakes

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2005/09/23 13:52:20 (permalink)

Dutch Pancakes

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    miaculpa
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    RE: Dutch Pancakes 2005/10/15 23:27:06 (permalink)
    The best pannekoken (not sure if I'm spelling it right) I've had in Amsterdam...the teeny ones are fried in these special pans that have little round depressions so that they are perfect each time. Simply dusted with powdered sugar and melted butter...yum!

    When I lived there, the Dutch never (to my knowledge) ate them at breakfast time.

    Breakfast, to them, was usually a slice of toast spinkled with these colored licorice sprinkles and coffee.
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    chicagostyledog
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    RE: Dutch Pancakes 2005/10/17 17:30:58 (permalink)
    During our last vacation to Vancouver, BC, we dined at De Dutch Pannekoek House for breakfast. The pannekoekes were on par with those in Amsterdam, fabulous! In Amsterdam, we also experienced the greatest lox & bagel sandwiches and best pommes frites with the finest toppings. www.dedutch.com
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    Sundancer7
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    RE: Dutch Pancakes 2005/10/17 17:53:04 (permalink)
    I had breakfast at a neat place in Amana Iowa at one of the great German restaurants in the East Amana area. They served the wonderful German pancakes that were like double plate wide and thin as a penny. Super and especially when topped with their German sausagues and syrup.

    Paul E. Smith
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    GeoNit
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    RE: Dutch Pancakes 2005/11/01 16:55:25 (permalink)
    In or near Minneapolis, there's a small Dutch pancake restaurant chain -- Pannekoeken Huis -- with locations in St. Louis Park, Maplewood, Savage and Plymouth.
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    Neesie
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    RE: Dutch Pancakes 2005/12/05 18:22:30 (permalink)
    Just saw this post after I opened a new thread called 'Pannekoeken' Huis. Yes, they're still around the Twin Cities but not nearly as many as there were. YUM! My hubby orders the skillet breakfasts but I have to have the Pannakoeken because you can get a decent skillet breakfast anywhere. Apple with cinnamon ice cream or cinnamon syrup is my favorite. I wish there more of them around.
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