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 German Pancakes/Swedish Pancakes/crepes

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moneypenny

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German Pancakes/Swedish Pancakes/crepes Tue, 06/26/07 10:26 AM (permalink)
Did anyone else of German heritage grow up eating crepes for breakfast yet they were called "german pancakes"? I have only met one other person who called them this.
I bring this up b/c of the restaurant that was "popped" up in the past day or so. Susie's in IA

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I like mine a bit more crispy than this, but to each her own. They are never eaten with syrup. Plain granulated sugar. However some radicals have been known to use jelly or jam
 
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    porkbeaks

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    RE: German Pancakes/Swedish Pancakes/crepes Tue, 06/26/07 12:00 PM (permalink)
    In our house they were called Norwegian Pancakes. I still make them now and then. pb
     
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