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  • n. Plural form of griddlecake.


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  • A few days later Tom was seated at the breakfast table, eating griddlecakes and bacon, when Sandy raced into the dining room with a copy of the morning paper.

    Golden State

  • I'm not even sure why, but the thought of crunchy cornmeal griddlecakes just appealed to me sooo much that I had my mind made up in about 90 seconds.

    Tuna Toast

  • Although I am definitely a savory breakfast person, my cravings were put into sweet mode after spying their list of cornmeal griddlecakes.

    Tuna Toast

  • Although the menu changes frequently, griddlecakes with any kind of berries will hit the spot as will the amazing croissant French toast with a hint of orange.

    Jaunted - The Pop Culture Travel Guide

  • Though they had already eaten theirs, they accepted Mrs. Green's invitation to sit at the table and have some griddlecakes and maple syrup.

    The Tale of Pony Twinkleheels

  • I recall that one could seldom procure a second helping of griddlecakes except on those mornings when there were ants in the syrup.

    Chimney-Pot Papers

  • Were it not for her cunning with griddlecakes, to which I am much affected, I would have dismissed her before this.

    Journeys to Bagdad

  • I grew up in an Episcopalian family and that's how we rolled-in warm griddlecakes and cold glasses of milk.

    Homesick Texan

  • Cathy-send me an email (griddlecakes * at* gmail. com) so that I can have the name of your place.

    Griddlecakes Radio

  • Try hash browns made from scratch, griddlecakes (otherwise known as pancakes) or some fresh squeezed orange juice (not for the pulp-weary).

    ASU Web Devil - ASU's Online News Source -


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