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Friday, January 21, 2005

The Pancake Handbook

The Pancake Handbook

Crepe Pan

Mauviel copper 30cm Crepe Pan


Monday, January 17, 2005

The Big Pancake (Favourite Tales S.)

The Big Pancake (Favourite Tales S.)

Pancake pan

Tefal Jamie Oliver 20cm Omelette Pan Coated

Let's Have a Pancake

Let's Have a Pancake

Pancake Factory

Breville BP04 Party Time Pancake Factory




Shrove Tuesday, Ash Wednesday and Mardi Gras

Shrove Tuesday, Ash Wednesday and Mardi Gras

The Pancake Handbook

The Pancake Handbook: Specialties from Bette's Oceanview Diner

The origin of pancake racing

Pancake races are thought to have begun in 1445. A woman had lost track of the time on Shrove Tuesday, and was busy cooking pancakes in her kitchen.
Suddenly she heard the church bell ringing to call the faithful to church for confession. The woman raced out of her house and ran all the way to church; still holding her frying pan and wearing her apron.

Shrove Tuesday

It is celebrated on Tuesday, the eve of Ash Wednesday, to mark the winter's end. Earlier, up until the beginning of the 20th century, the celebrations used to start on Sunday and continue for three days. Shrove Tuesday celebrations were first recorded in Prussia in the 15th century.


Shrove Tuesday gets its name from the ritual of shriving that Christians used to undergo in the past. In shriving, a person confesses their sins and receives absolution for them.
When a person receives absolution for their sins, they are forgiven for them and released from the guilt and pain that they have caused them.

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I will use this blog to talk about all things shrove tuesday, also known as pancake day!

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