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FABULOUS buttermilk pancake recipe

ginqueen | Mar 18, 200712:34 PM     6

i just wanted to share this buttermilk pancake recipe that's lurking around on the Food & Wine website:

http://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/th...

made these pancakes yesterday and couldn't stop eating them. they were light, fluffy, delicious, yet still kinda caky, and even more miraculously they held up in the oven to keep warm while i was cooking the whole batch, instead of turning tough and chewy. really flavorful, amazing, soft, pillowy texture...they were just the best pancakes i've ever eaten. and not that painful to make if you don't mind dirtying a couple of bowls (i didn't make the raspberry syrup in the recipe btw., just did maple syrup). it seems like it would hold up well to variations as well, i actually stirred in a few tablespoons of maple sugar and it was fine, i imagine that some blueberries or what not stirred in would not deflate the batter. it was great. i really highly recommend this recipe and just wanted to pull it out of obscurity.

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