about this blog

Who is the Food Network Addict? He's the guy serving up the latest news and gossip on your favorite celebrity chefs. From Rachael Ray to Ina Garten, Paula Deen to Giada, he's got you covered. Stop by daily and feed your addiction.

blog advertising is good for you.

Saturday, September 6

When there's a hurricane, make pancakes

... unless of course you need to evacuate. Then, by all means, forget about the pancakes.

But when hurricane Hanna is overhead and dropping a torrential amount of rain, don't go to the gym (yay! a real excuse this time!) and make some pancakes. I just did.

They're made with oatmeal and I added blueberries, so that's just as good as going to the gym, right?

Stay outta the rain and be safe east coasters!





At 9/06/2008 2:44 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

The pancakes look good, but you need to name them something appropriate for a hurricane, I think. Perfect storm pancakes. Hurricane Hanna Hotcakes. Something like that.


At 9/06/2008 7:34 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did you take a pic of the pancakes you really made?Or is it taken from a website?

At 9/06/2008 7:49 PM , Blogger Freddy said...

They look and sound good, like an idot I went out to Chick Fil-A for breakfast.

At 9/06/2008 8:03 PM , Blogger jacob said...

Hurricane Hotcakes it is!


They are the real pancakes and my real photography skills (or lack thereof).


haha... I still love Chick Fil-A, though. Somehow the ONLY day I ever think of wanting it is Sunday, though!

At 9/07/2008 12:39 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ooooo, looks yummy!

At 9/07/2008 4:15 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually Jake, your photography at times, is very good.With an internship, you could easily become a foodstylist. It is a real artform.

Hats off to Chick Fil-a for their closed Sunday philosophy.

At 9/12/2008 7:56 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

These pancakes look delicious. Yummm.

At 9/18/2008 11:40 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

You should have added mint to them...


Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

<< Home

CrispAds Blog Ads


blog archive