It’s that time of year again: time for people to give up (again) the things they swore to give up on New Year’s Day, but let themselves off the hook by mid January.
For those more interested in the secular aspects of the day, this may be more to your liking: Pancake Day
It is not all about eating those things we (in the UK) call pancakes, but more closely resemble the thin (25 mm), rolled up things - the ‘posh’ folk call them ‘crepes’ - than the thick (80 mm) stodgy doorsteps the Yanks make.
In case the sight of that exertion made you hungry, I have provided the following recipe and photographs. I use a 6” pan and with only 2/3 of the ingredients, can easily make 9 or 10 of them – I did that vey thing this morning.
The recipe - courtesy of Geoff Smith (Frigal Gourmet)
The ingredients and utensils
The cooking - lightly oiled pan, medium heat
The toppings - drizzled with honey, a dash of lemon juice and sprinkled with sugar
Plated - ready to eat - Enjoy!