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91% of summer trips are taken by personal vehicles to destinations like Florida (19%), California (15%), New York (10%), & North Carolina (9%).
The Recreation Vehicle Industry Association determined that around 8.9 million households own an RV!
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The universal food we all have in common!...
Pancakes are an ancient food that has lasted generations. Greek and Romans made their pancakes sweet with honey, while Elizabethans used spices, rosewater, sherry, and apples! Thin, thick, stacked, stuffed, baked, no matter the end results based on geography or customs, we all eat a form of pancakes. This seems to be the case because no matter where you are pancakes help us use up the last of the milk, eggs, and butter before they go bad!
So give the people what they want, but mix it up with pancake art!...
Colors = Food Coloring
Brown (Chocolate) = Coco Powder
*Tip: you want your pancake mix to be a little more on the runny side, so it comes out of the bottles smoother, making it easier to draw with.*
Draw your outline or frame, let it rest (30 sec), and than fill it in!
Fun & as simple as filling in a coloring book for your kids! Let their imaginations go wild!
That being the case, it seems only right to participate in a big way! (so we better prepare)
PANCAKES FOR EVERYONE!
Whiskware wants to help you crank out these golden treats
faster, more precise, and with less mess!
If you have Spring fever: Strawberry Lemon Poppyseed Pancakes
If you have a sweet tooth: Cinnamon Roll Pancakes
If you prefer sweet & salty: Maple Bacon Pancakes
If you need a pop of color: Mini Rainbow Pancakes
If you like it traditional!: Buttermilk Pancake
Side note: No matter the batter mix, make it a little more runny.
Runnier consistency will work best with the batter mixer!
Oil and vinegar are lipids. Lipids are insoluble in water.
Vinegar is made up of mostly water, a higher level than oil. Therefore, as much as you whisk or stir it will always separate!