Pancakes and bacon for dinner... one of my favorite.
I'd forgotten how much I enjoy pancakes. I don't think I'll ever forget how much I enjoy bacon.
Breakfast at supper time. One of life's little pleasures.
When growing up, my neighbors would have pancakes at supper. We never did, but I did after I left home.
I want some old fashioned home cooked sausage and gravy, spicy, over biscuits so bad it isn't funny. My wife makes darn fine pancakes, every Sunday....ugh. But anyway, once in a blue moon she'll use fresh sliced bananas in her mix....oh, baby.
That's a winner. Good lean pork sausage, browned, crumbled and mixed into a rich cream gravy, then served over big, fluffy buttermilk biscuits.Yum
...and it's the best.
Seriously? You bought FROZEN pancakes? You realize they have pancake mix that you add milk to, shake and fry about a minute or two on each side and it's done?
They were good, and I have no complaints.:)The bacon was really good. A local market has their own and it's much better than that in the package.
Just harassing you. I'm not a big fan of pancakes myself. I like the crunch of waffles better.
This may surprise you, but I can't think of any time in my life when I had fresh waffles. They've always been frozen. It looks like I need to take a trip to the I-Hop and experiment.
I-Hop, an excuse to have dessert for breakfast.
If you have a waffle iron, they are easy. But the frozen ones aren't bad. ;)
I've eaten at I-hop only a few times in my life, but only at breakfast. Since breakfast is my recharging meal, I lean towards the bacon, eggs and grits.
My mother had a waffle iron, but refused to use it. She hate cleaning it up, ignored our pleadings for waffles and it remained in the cupboard my entire youth.
Belgian Waffles are the best IMO, but I cannot understand why they cost so much more.Teflon waffle irons, the only way to fly.