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Thread: oatcakes and fruit pikelets

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Masters View Post
    I though 'pikelet' was now a PC banned term....

    No, that's pikie-let


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    Quote Originally Posted by tuftywhite View Post
    Flip, I'm intrigued as to what you are calling a 'pikelet'. With my family originally coming from Birmingham, we've always called crumpets pikelets, which is (in Birmingham) a well known Brummy thing.

    However, being brought up in Staffordshire, I still had never come across a fruit pikelet thus spiking my intrigue. Please can you help?
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    Fruit Pikelet is similar to an american style pankake with sultanas.

    I don't trust stokies to have it right, they call it the 5 towns when there are six, so not the brightest bunch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flipfly View Post
    Fruit Pikelet is similar to an american style pankake with sultanas.

    I don't trust stokies to have it right, they call it the 5 towns when there are six, so not the brightest bunch

    Thank you for the clarification. Sounds like I'd still eat it no matter what it was called.

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    Did I really spell pancake with 2 k's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flipfly View Post
    Did I really spell pancake with 2 k's
    Pankake is a specialist Japanese website....
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    Quote Originally Posted by twizzle View Post
    Pankake is a specialist Japanese website....
    I thought that was Bukake.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Masters View Post
    I thought that was Bukake.....
    both involve a form of batter......
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    Quote Originally Posted by twizzle View Post
    Pankake is a specialist Japanese website....
    Might there be room for shitake too.....
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