...there was only one thing on my mind, apart from the obvious - that's assumed, I mean pancakes. Being a non-christian I only know what I learned in school about Easter and such things (other than a short sermon from minky), so in my mind the pancake caper and the whole Easter business is more less one thing. My problem with Easter is I'm not very good at eating chocolate (I like it but I quickly get queasy if I eat "too much", too much for me is a fairly measly amount by most people's standards).
The thought of the Easter chocolate mountain makes my mouth water, in that way it does shortly before a good chunder. All in all, I prefer savoury to sweet. Fortunately, the pancake presents the perfect solution, I can manage a savoury pancake followed by a sweet one. This morning I had one pancake with fried onions, fried ham, cheddar and tzatziki followed by a second with kiwi fruit, strawberries and spray cream.
Other favourites include ice-cream, chocolate sauce and of course, maple syrup. Scrambled eggs and bacon. I've heard some people like Lemon juice and sugar but I've never tried it. So, that lead me think "I wonder what else would make a good pancake recipe?"
I imagine fish fingers and beans could be good, chips (fries), chicken curry or tandoori chicken, any curry, sweet and sour pork, chilli con carne, lemon sorbet, mango's and cream with chocolate sauce.
Any other suggestions will be gratefully received. If you want to try any of the above suggestions let me know how it goes.