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  • I asked a street vendor who sold me an arepa, a Colombian soft grilled pancakey taco quite delicious, what "a la orden" meant.

    Sasha Cagen: Three Charming Peculiarities of Colombian Spanish

  • Check out the Patapon duh, Locoroco pancakey things that have already entered.

    July 2009

  • ENGSTROM: ... to be my wafflely -- lawfully and pancakey.

    CNN Transcript Sep 8, 2009

  • The batter came out really stodgy and heavy, rather than the light, pancakey texture I'd wanted.

    Cherry Clafouti

  • Poffertjes come first -- these are little round pancakey blobs, twisted and covered with butter and sugar.

    A Wanderer in Holland

  • It doesn't look very pancakey to us, and indeed Sony to release 'affordable' 35mm digital cinema camera to fend off RED and ...

    Engadget

  • Ainsley made a plaintive, frustrated sound as Meadow raised a fork of pancakey goodness up to her mouth.

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  • A bit heftier than other aebelskivers I've had, these had a dense, pancakey texture with a nicely gooey chocolate core.

    Serious Eats: New York

  • The breading recipe was chosen after extensive trial and error in search of what Cathy Yankos calls a "perfectly neutral batter, not too pancakey and not too waffley, neither sweet nor savory," thus suitable for turkey, Oreos, and peanut butter.

    East Bay Express

  • My internet access in Laughlin was limited to what I could get on my cell phone, so we ended up having breakfast at Perkins in Bullhead City (one of those chains like Denny’s or Shari’s etc) on Sunday, because that was the first place that sounded pancakey on Google Local (Bullhead City is just across the river from Laughlin, and seems to have all the non-casino businesses in the area).

    Arizona the beautiful « Dyepot, Teapot

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  • From a 1909 book: "Poffertjes come first — these are little round pancakey blobs, twisted and covered with butter and sugar." - Edward Verrall Lucas, A Wanderer in Holland, New York, MacMillan, 9th Ed., p. 105.

    March 2, 2011