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Saturday, February 03, 2007

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Wonder why the edges curl! Sounds like it would hold syrup also but I like the slices of fruit the best. That's a really beautiful memory.

These look lovely, what a wonderful breakfast treat! You have a lovely site by the way (first visit but not last!)!

Tanna,

I have always wondered that myself. Why the edges curled. I am supposing it is because of the viscosity of the batter and the way that it cooks but I really don't know. It is very cute however.

Freya,

Hi, welcome. Thank you for your kind words, a close friend who has a much better eye for color helped me.

oh how pretty! i've never heard of Oladiya before. it looks and

Aria,

Thank you. My mom started the fruit on the bottom and I love it too. Its so pretty.

zdrastvuyte! this recipe sounds like a good alternative to heavy pancakes and the thin crepe ~ i should tell my friends.. and nice food photos. now i really want to try it!

Verlaine,

Thank you. These are a wonderful alternative to plain old pancakes. Thank you for stopping by. I would love to know what you think of them when you try them!

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