Hello everyone! How are you? I hope you are enjoying your weekend. I am finally able to post these results and I am so happy to have the time do it!
First, I should begin by saying thank you to all those of you who participated. Reading your posts and ogling the beautiful photos was a pleasure! Thank you all for taking the time to make your pancakes and for joining me!
I should also thank my friend Lina who is an inspiring blogger to say the least! Than k you for helping me and yes, for inspiring me.
In random order, I will list the winners.
Freda, I was stunned by your photos. I am not a chocolate person but I think I would become one if I had one of these haha!They are beautiful. I have never seen a pancake filled in thbis fashion and it is truluy impressive. As usual, my friend, you have outdone yourself. The recipe for athe Southeast Asian Pancake Apam Balik can be found in the link!
This recipe for Greek Taganites is from my friend Antonia. Antonia, I was so interested in the fact that this was a recipe that you had discovered about your heritage. I loved that you spoke to your mom and she told you about her memories of these. I am not Greek but I have good memories of Greek food. A long time ago, I lived near a Greek Orthodox church and they had a festival every year. We used to love to feast on loukoumades, baklava or stuffed grape leaves. I have such fond memories of those days! This post reminded me of the positive effect of blogging. I posted this challenge because of my curiousity about the origin of making pancakes on Pancake Tuesday. This triggered a response in Antonia who later learned something new about her Greek heritage. Love it.
This recipe is from my friend CH and it is for a Venezuelan Cachapa. Not sweet, but rather it is savoury! I love savoury pancakes and this one is made with corn! CH, this is lvely and your photos are just beautiful! This post was featured on Fiesta Friday and it is not a surprise to see why!
Congratulations to these winners!
Have a great weekend everyone!!