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Old 03-14-2011, 10:41 PM
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Nobody has mentioned Bob Evans. I really enjoyed their pancakes up north. The ones down here don't disappoint.
OK, I'll mention Bob Evans. There, now all I have to do is actually get there and orders some pancakes! Sounds yummy to me! The Villages Florida
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Perkins 441, the best!!!!
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Potato pancakes have my vote. Can't share who has the best because I always start out to order pancakes and end up with ham, eggs hash browns, etc. Somebody stop me. Billy's Cafe, Bob Evans and Cracker Barrel all have my breakfast vote
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1) Athens

2) Beef O'Brady's Mulberry (amazing but true)

3) Billy's
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OK, I'll mention Bob Evans. There, now all I have to do is actually get there and orders some pancakes! Sounds yummy to me! The Villages Florida
As a followup, we did get to Bob Evens before leaving TV and I chose one of the 3 kinds of Stack and Stuffed pancakes. I didn't like it, but that was only because it's stuffed with cream cheese. I like cream cheese, but not in combination with the pancakes. Wish I had gotten regular sweet cake type pancakes. I was even tempted to try the potato pancakes, but just couldn't make myself. Didn't want to chance wasting my opportunity for sweet cake pancakes if I didn't care much for the potato type.
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Default correction $3.75 small stack

BUT there must be $4.00 worth of blueberries in those pancakes...



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has the BEST blueberry pancakes....Yummm!...I think you can get a small stack for around $3.00,
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Old 05-03-2011, 04:22 PM
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well, mcdonalds have the best. they are light and fluffy, hot, and the sausage pattie just hits the spot.
you can also make very nice ones yourself if you use club soda insgead of water in them. the carbonation keeps them lighter.

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You want great pancakes ? Go to CrackerBarrell and order PECAN PANCAKES WITH MAPLE SYRUP .......The aroma with get you if the cakes don't ....No kidding , as a coni-sewer of pancakes , these are the best...

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You want great pancakes ? Go to CrackerBarrell and order PECAN PANCAKES WITH MAPLE SYRUP .......The aroma with get you if the cakes don't ....No kidding , as a coni-sewer of pancakes , these are the best...

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Flip a few of them thar pancakes toward the sky... guy! (pun intended)
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I love the pancakes at Perkins, especially with twin-berry syrup. My daighter and granddaughter absolutely love the pecan pancakes at the Cracker Barrel though. I make good ones also, I whip the egg whites and fold them into the batter.
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I whip the egg whites and fold them into the batter.
That's how I do them too. Warm maple syrup and real butter are required. Thick bacon, fresh hot coffee....I gotta go start heating the griddle!
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We like Perkins, either on 441 or 466, at least they are consistantly good.
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We like Perkins, either on 441 or 466, at least they are consistantly good.
Home made are absolutly the best, don't ever serve raw pancakes
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well, mcdonalds have the best. they are light and fluffy, hot, and the sausage pattie just hits the spot.
you can also make very nice ones yourself if you use club soda insgead of water in them. the carbonation keeps them lighter.

Instead of club soda, try warm beer. It's got the carbonation that club soda has plus adds a nice taste. I use Sam Adams but any warm beer will do the trick.
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