February 22, 2007

survey: is this weird?






Not the fact that I have a Saturday tradition of making and consuming M&M pancakes, but the fact that I need not deluge them in this sugary-cornstarchy-gooey-mess known as:









I mean, even if there are no M&M's in the pancakes, I like them without syrup. I definitely eat them without butter. Sometimes I like to dip them in syrup. But most of the time I abstain.

I have been disparaged in this matter. I need a little love.

Can I get an amen?

8 Comments:

At 3:33 PM, Blogger Lisa said...

I'm sorry, but yes, you are weird. Who ever heard of pancakes without globs of butter and at least a cup and a half of warm, sweet syrup? My mouth is watering just thinking about it. I just decided to have pancakes for dinner (if I have enough flour).

Why not just eat bread, for crying out loud??

You know I'm just joking with you!

 
At 3:34 PM, Blogger Lisa said...

It's good to hear from you again, btw. I've been missing you. :)

 
At 3:49 PM, Blogger Malia said...

Sweetpea ate them that way (sans anything) until she was about 4 or 5 and she wanted to try them the way I eat them (with butter and syrup). Boo-boo pretty much eats them that way.

Do you ever put peanut butter on yours. I sometimes like to snack on them later in the afternoon when they are cold, I spread some PB on them and roll them up. Yum!

When I make them with mini chocolate chips I eat them either plain or with some redi-whip, if I have it.

I'm with Lisa, I'm hungry now thinking about it!

 
At 3:53 PM, Blogger Emily said...

hmm...Lisa, I'm sorry, I'm pretty sure I asked for 'amens', not 'nays'.
:-p
yes Malia, peanut butter makes an occasional appearance on my pancakes - with or without m&m's.

 
At 5:54 PM, Blogger Brian Nicklaus said...

well...well...well
you finally got your link from my site, I am glad you are actually posting more than once a month.

as for dry pancakes, do what you want, I won't be able to make the funeral when you choke and gag on them. You were warned.

 
At 11:48 PM, Blogger John H said...

I was thinking you had gone AWOL. There is a reason not to put that gooey sugary crapola on your pancakes...that reason is called:

REaL MAPLE SYRUP

try it..trust me. life will look different, and we won't have to be giving you the heimlich resulting in some poor soul, lets call her Malia, being splattered with chewed pancake..

OK...are we agreed on this? Are you understanding this is NOT an amen? in fact, it may be a nema..

 
At 9:36 AM, Blogger hwy said...

Nope, sorry, I'm with the naysayers on this one. I love you, but we'll never eat breakfast together. Guess we'll have to stick with imaginary coffee.

P.S. Yes, I blog now.

 
At 1:26 PM, Blogger Mike Jones said...

There is help out there for you. Dry pancakes syndrome can be cured!

 

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