Neil's Pancakes from Clinton Street Pancakes.
(Glenn Koenig / Los Angeles Times / September 27, 2012)
The ancient Greeks made them—and served them for breakfast. Indonesians use rice flour and coconut milk. In Ethiopia they are traditionally made with teff flour. We are speaking, of course, of pancakes. Check out our quiz below to check out your pancake IQ.
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