A pancake story
25th February is Pancake Day!
The word “pancake” first appeared in English in the XV Century.
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The pancake in all its forms is made worldwide.
Here’s mine, what’s yours (write it in the comments below)?
– Layered pancakes with clotted cream and berries on top –
More info about pancakes: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pancake
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