[QUOTE=geostump;1092945]Never been a pancake fan nor catholic. I just know a bunch of catholics lol.[/QUOTE]
That is because American pancakes suck balls. Now, crepes are fantastic. I used to love pancake day when I lived in England. Damn, now I want crepes and lemon and sugar...
[QUOTE=demuralist;1092907]Yep, it is national pancake day in the US and apparently there is an international pancake day next week. (saw it this morning in a blog I follow).
So geo, sign up for pinterest. It is free and has a zillion ideas for things to do. Maybe you need to find a book club. Or branch out into an area of cooking that is more involved than just making dinner. Like making cheeses. Or something non-edible like Christmas Ornaments, or bath salts/lotions and potions. Photography can be very inexpensive as long as you aren't printing a lot of stuff. You can take a photo and use different Photoshop type programs to make alterations to it or combine photos, etc. Maybe take a drawing or painting class from your community education classes-or just see what is offered there, maybe something will strike your fancy.
We did geocaching years ago when DS got a GPS for Christmas. His birthday is Groundhog's day, so we always left a wooden nickle with an etching of a groundhog. It was huge fun. Not sure why we stopped.[/QUOTE]
I'm planning on starting to make my own soaps and such. I'm about to start making my own laundry detergent. Who knows what will happen with this.
[QUOTE=canio6;1092955]That is because American pancakes suck balls. Now, crepes are fantastic. I used to love pancake day when I lived in England. Damn, now I want crepes and lemon and sugar...[/QUOTE]
Crepes are badass! My sister used to make them all the time when she lived at moms. The only thing she could cook lol!
pintrest has a bunch of homemade household stuff.. you could get into that and testing them!
Argh People! This is the LCHF Thread. If you want to have a Super Secret Pancake Project, start your own thread!
Sorry, rant over. craving pancakes.
[QUOTE=Pebbles67;1093022]Argh People! This is the LCHF Thread. If you want to have a Super Secret Pancake Project, start your own thread!
Sorry, rant over. craving pancakes.[/QUOTE]+1000
[QUOTE=demuralist;1092954][url=http://healthylivinghowto.com/1/post/2013/02/celebrate-pancake-day-with-a-healthy-recipe.html]Celebrate Pancake Day with a Healthy Recipe[/url]
about pancake day and a recipe (low carb!)[/QUOTE]
Now, I want to try this.
Tyranny!!! Stop this pancake talk!
I'll skip the pancake talk, although I have an awesome grain free coconut flour pancake recipe... *zippingitrightnow*
[QUOTE=geostump;1092892]Never even heard of it?[/QUOTE]
Geocaching is like treasure hunting! You get coordinates for a cashe and then hunt it out and see if you can find it. And when you find one, I believe coordinates for a second site are given. I'd have to research it a bit more, but it sounds like a fun thing to do with kids. Your kids are at an age where it would probably be a lot of fun! Plus, it's primal b/c it's play, slow movement, and SUN all in one!!
yeah, gonna have to google the specifics and pick this up with my kids this summer. :)
Also, with geocaching, sometimes there is a "treasure" for you and you put one in for the next person.