- n. Plural form of hotcake.
“Another day I was trying to order pancakes, which are called hotcakes over there.”
“Well, I used the word "surprisingly" precisely because this was kind of surprising to me, as I had been hearing that gold is selling like hotcakes, which is an expression that you don't hear much these days, probably not too surprisingly because I never heard of hotcakes being big sellers and thus giving rise to the expression.”
“Although many little Juan Diegos, with their painted-on, pencil-thin moustaches, go for cotton candy, others enjoy the "hotcakes" made from corn instead of wheat flour and covered with sweet fruit syrups.”
“Our practice, after experiencing this dangerous phenomenon, is to never pre-warm the plates and not place hot circular food such as hotcakes dead center on the plate but rather, arranged across the plate.”
“McDonald's has set the bar very high, offering high-quality fare such as hotcakes, biscuits and English muffins.”
“(a certain Apple device) is selling like the proverbial 'hotcakes', and other newcomers such as the Nokia N96, and Sony Ericsson Xperia are looming on the horizon.”
“Ladle the batter onto the griddle you should be able to fit 3 hotcakes at a time and cook for about 3 minutes per side, or until the hotcakes puff, become golden brown, and are just cooked through.”
“To make the hotcakes: Whisk the ricotta and the egg yolks together in a large bowl; then whisk in the buttermilk.”
“Spoon the warm blueberry compote over the hotcakes, and then top with a dollop of butter.”
“In order to make sure that we kept up with our Hebrew and Judaic lessons even though we had moved far away from her, Bubbe Mary took it upon herself to invite us over for hotcakes before going to Sunday school at Congregation Montefiore.”
Looking for tweets for hotcakes.