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    24 August 2008

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    mandy


    looks absolutely delicious,
    what a yummy breakfast!

    bonser girls

    our most fav thing is to share what we have affectionaly called a 'bonser breakfast' (bonza is aussie slang for great and our last name just happens to be bonser) our fav is circles and pancakes. circles are simply just circles cut into the bread with a scone cutter and buttered on both sides and fried off and lightly salted. the girls just gobble them up, meanwhile the pancakes cant be made fast enough! we love ours with real maple syrup, however the price is now close to $9 a bottle so not sure how much longer we can enjoy that luxury:( great blog thanks and happy weekend xxrosey

    Linda and Laura Lilly Cottage

    Yes that does look like a wonderful breakfast, it must be a mad Australian thing cutting circles out of things becasue we like to make pancakes in shapes, or cut them out. This of course only happens when we have no where to be in a hurry and are not super hungry...it takes too long. Anyhoo, you won the PIF over at Lilly Cottage so if you could pop over and give me your address that would be great! Woohoo to you, lovelies will be coming your way, kiss noises Linda Lilly Cottage.

    Lucy @ Attic24

    sarah, these look scrummy :: any chance of sharing the recipe??
    I made scotch pancakes for the first time the other week to eat with bilberry jam (well yes you know that don't you), and would be interested to compare American with Scotch for yumminess :o)
    xx

    Lucy @ Attic24

    sarah, these look scrummy :: any chance of sharing the recipe??
    I made scotch pancakes for the first time the other week to eat with bilberry jam (well yes you know that don't you), and would be interested to compare American with Scotch for yumminess :o)
    xx

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