My gosh… this never happens
(Being sarcastic incase you didn’t know)
I was in ihop looking at the menu and I the corner of my eye I saw a little kid playing with his mom and dad.when I looked back down at the menu the little boy threw a pancake at me. I looked at him then I looked at his parents and they were laughing. I threw the pancake on the ground and my mom practically cussed the parents out and then we left.
Some people’s ignorance really makes us sick, ya know, if a building could get sick…
i want breakfast food oh so bad. Cora’s, iHop, come at me.
coming for you bro
Tomorrow get a free short stack of pancakes at IHOP! The pancakes are free but it is a promotion for charity so please donate to the Children’s Miracle Network! Also it is the busiest day of the year for IHOP staff so TIP your server! 20% of $0.00 maybe $0.00 but it also means you’re an asshole!
It’s Shrove Tuesday today, which means…. pancakes! Apparently Americans don’t have pancake day, which makes me very sad. So here’s a very easy recipe for British pancakes that is super quick and extremely yummy.
You will need:
- 100 grams of plain flour
- 300 ml of milk
- 2 eggs
- A tiny bit of sunflower oil
Here are some of my favourite toppings:
- Butter and sugar
- Sugar and Lemon (so good)
- Chopped strawberries and sugar
This recipe will make about 7 or 8 pancakes. They’re much thinner than typical american pancakes, so they are much more moreish. And it’s easy to eat, like, 30 of them.
How to do the thing:
- If you have a sieve, sieve the flour into a mixing bowl. Then add the eggs, milk and oil. Whisk or beat the ingredients into a smooth mixture. (If you have an electric mixer you can use that, but a whisk works just fine.) Leave the batter to stand for at least a minute.
- Heat a frying pan over a medium heat. Even if you have a nonstick pan, I recommend putting a little butter on some kitchen towel and wipe it around the pan as it improves the pancake and makes it even easier to flip.
- Pour some of the pancake mix into the pan, then spread it evenly around the pan by tilting it. You will need to be quick as the pancakes are thin and will cook very quickly. The ideal thickness of the pancakes is just thick enough so you can’t see the base of the pan through them.
- Use a spatula to see what the underside of the pancake looks like. Every pancake will be different, but most stay pretty yellow and develop golden brown spots, like int he picture above. This is when your pancake is ready to flip!
- Personally I am a big believer in using spatulas to flip the pancake, but try the circus tricks if you so wish! Remember that once you have flipped the pancake, it will take less time to brown on that side because it’s already hot.
- When the pancake is cooked, take it out of the pan and lay it on a plate. Sprinkle your favourite toppings on top, then fold the pancake into quarters. Eat it while it’s hot - don’t wait until they’re all cooked or you’ll have soggy cold pancakes :(
Happy Pancake Day!
Day 1133 - 14 January 2014
I was talking to someone recently about how google keeps track of your searches and
I don’t know why I haven’t seen this kickstarter all over tumblr yet.
Basically Catfe is a cat cafe, like the ones in Japan, that is trying to start up in Los Angeles, CA. They’ve already got the OK from LA department of health and LA animal services to start up their business but they need about $350,000 to get started up. At the moment they only have about $4,340.
But the really cool thing is, its not just a cat cafe! They plan to work with local shelters to house social cats, help them get adopted and help spread over all awareness. They also plan to host special events for local nonprofits as a way of giving back to the community, like children with disestablishes or orphanages.
You’d expect that once its started up it would be kind of expensive to get in with the cats right? Nope! They plan on pretty cheap rates!