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pancake

noun as in flat, round breakfast cake

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So while there are minor differences here and there, at the end of the day, they're all the same in my book — delicious fried shredded potato pancakes.

When noon rolls around, I’ve frequently found myself turning to spaghetti pancakes, a favorite of my latchkey-kid childhood that involves frying up a mixture of noodles, eggs, and parmesan into perfectly crispy comfort food.

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A few hours before, he had eaten a breakfast of pancakes, two bowls of cereal, no milk, his final meal in prison.

Shaped like a pancake, it’s been around for billions of years.

A little more than a billion years later, there’s this pancake galaxy.

Green reportedly served more than a million pancakes and took 50,000 orders for the pancake mix.

Cook pancake in pan, add chopped chocolate toaster pastry, and drizzle with chocolate sauce.

On the northeasternmost point of the U.S., pancake-like ployes are a daily staple, whether covered in syrup or soaking up gravy.

“[The gluten-free one] is smaller and more money,” she laments, pointing to a box of pancake mix.

Later, in Kathmandu at a reception feting her fourth summit, Lakpa tried to mask the bruises with pancake makeup.

That something saved you from being smashed flatter than a pancake, Janet said wisely.

Julie picked up the battered box, disclosing the cake within crushed to a pancake.

A straw "pancake" softened the asperities of her granite couch.

You will find the same principle illustrated by a cook with a pancake.

The first tavern here was kept by George Pancake, and hence the name given the place.

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On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pancake, such as: cake, crepe, waffle, blanket, flapjack, and hotcake.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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