It is necessary to provide the flavor of the American Pancake to our children. They are American after all and we live in France. Fluffy, bready, num-num covered in fake maple syrup is not common in the Gers. So, we do our little part to keep on keeping on.
It all started when I saw Aunt Jemima winking at me. When did Aunt Jemima arrive in France? I’m like, “yeah! my kids have no idea what this tastes like!” and then I’m like, “I’ll bet in French they pronounce “Aunt Jemima” like “Aunt Jemima” we need to act.
For the first time ever, I managed to get the baking powder right. In America we have “double acting baking powder.” Here you have “Levure Chimique.” I’ve flattened most things on most occasions. They sell baking powder in packets here in France. So with this guy, I chucked in one packet per egg…
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