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joyner wrote:Good morning everybody! Cool a wootoff! I made this for breakfast. If you smart people could make it clickable, I would appreciate it! I have no idea why it is called a dutch baby.
edit: Good grief Kid! Hope your eye ball gets better quickly!
KdC have had a chance to open your new sewing machine and serger?
According to Sunset magazine, Dutch babies were introduced in the first half of the 1900s at Manca’s Cafe, a family-run restaurant in Seattle owned by Victor Manca. While these pancakes are derived from a German pancake dish, it is said that the name Dutch baby was coined by one of Victor Manca’s daughters. It is thought by some that the “Dutch” moniker refers to the group of German-American immigrants known as the Pennsylvania Dutch, where “Dutch” is a corruption of the German ”deutsch.”
I always called them apple german pancakes. They are tasty--one of the first things we made in home-ec class.
My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.