how to make Bush Depression pancakes…

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today’s survival lesson involves an inexpensive breakfast that gives liberal independents the weekly nutritional boost needed to combat far right wing extremist republicans intent on derailing change in america….

keep in mind that bears are not detail oriented so quantities of each ingredient are somewhat fuzzy….

  1. couple of cups or so of krusteaz whole wheat instant pancake mix
  2. cup or so of quaker oat meal (not instant)
  3. lots of cinnamon
  4. capful or so of Jack Daniels
  5. lots of raisins

mix it all up and add water until it is the consistency of pancake you desire- thick like milk shake for big fluffy cakes…less thick like tomato soup for thinner crepe style pancakes…

fry as you like them in bacon grease…

when you flip the pancakes over be sure and coat the top with small pat of butter as the bottom cooks to allow the butter to soak in…

cover with favorite jams, syrups fruit etc and then enjoy them…

serves 6 or so…but if you are like us you can freeze the excess to pop in toaster through the week for quick get up and go after them energy…

happy times and do come back for more tips from time to time…PB

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5 Comments

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  2. Yum! Those pancakes sure do look tasty, my favorite is Bear’s famous french toast.

  3. the secret’s in the flies….and of course, the jack daniels…

  4. These pancakes are old. What else do you have?
    – Ruthie
    Ruthlmm

  5. no pancakes for a certain someone this weekend…


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