Mile High Pancakes

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dendan
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Mile High Pancakes - Tue, 11/4/03 9:15 AM
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Have heard about these but never had 'em. Anyone have a lead on a place that serves or a recipe?

scbuzz
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RE: Mile High Pancakes - Tue, 11/4/03 9:48 AM
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Have ya tried Denver ????

dendan
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RE: Mile High Pancakes - Tue, 11/4/03 9:50 AM
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Makes sense...but this is for low-landers. LOL

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RE: Mile High Pancakes - Tue, 11/4/03 6:33 PM
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Here is a recipe from the Clabber Girl baking powder site - http://www.clabbergirl.com/recipe.php?id=714

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RE: Mile High Pancakes - Tue, 11/4/03 8:51 PM
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I like "Egg Coated Toast" better!(can't say french)LOL



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RE: Mile High Pancakes - Wed, 11/5/03 5:07 AM
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Can't say I've ever heard of a mile high pancake. If it means that they are thick from air and fluff, I have found it happening when I make them from scratch and put the batter on the hot griddle about 5-10 minutes after mixing the batter with a wire wisk. They seem to plump right up there.
May I suggest eating about 6 or 8 of em' stacked up one on top the other, that should get you piled a mile high.

dendan
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RE: Mile High Pancakes - Wed, 11/5/03 11:22 AM
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Thanks for the lead Shaynas Mom! Will try it out.