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And I used to think making a smiley face on a pancake with chocolate syrup was high art.

I'm a math teacher on leave for awhile to focus on my children. My family moved to Saipan last summer so my wife, a nurse-midwife, could deliver babies. The silly pancakes began earlier this year as a way to entertain the kids.


Feast your eyes on these doughy creations:

Bugs!
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Fractals!
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Seafood!
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Organs!
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Protozoa!
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See more at the Saipancakes blog.
 
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Pfft, no penis pancake? Laaame.

There was one, but then it became a eunuch.

Is there a special pan or something used for these, or even something in between the batter and the hot plate to allow varying temperatures through (to allow some areas to be darker and others not)?
 

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Is there a special pan or something used for these, or even something in between the batter and the hot plate to allow varying temperatures through (to allow some areas to be darker and others not)?
He draws the lines of batter onto the pan using a baster. The lines he draws first cook longer so they end up darker.

Here's a video tutorial:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLRisyOgpTY[/youtube]
 

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Is there a special pan or something used for these, or even something in between the batter and the hot plate to allow varying temperatures through (to allow some areas to be darker and others not)?
He draws the lines of batter onto the pan using a baster. The lines he draws first cook longer so they end up darker.

Here's a video tutorial:

*snip*

That was really cool. Takes a little planning ahead.
 

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