The Consequences of Dreaming

I saw a recipe for German pancakes yesterday at Salt and Chocolate. Hm, says I, that sounds good. So, I bookmarked it, and went about my day.

A day which included a child who did not nap until we were in the car to go to a farm to have a hayride and pick a pumpkin with some friends. A day which included a child slipping and falling into a rotten pumpkin, and having to go on the return hayride wearing nothing but a pull up. A day which was very late, and by the time we got back, I was no longer thinking of anything involving pancakes.

Or was I?

The last dream I recall from before I woke up was me wandering around Racher from Yestertime’s house looking for her, so I could ask if the skillet I wanted to borrow was oven safe. So I could make a German pancake.

FINE SUBCONSCIOUS, I GET IT. Although why my subconscious felt the need to bring Racher in on it, when I’m pretty sure she has never talked to me about pancakes, German or otherwise, I have no idea.

Regardless, I made a German pancake this morning, much to Brandus’ confusion (“What are you doing?” “IM MAKING A PANCAKE DAMMIT.”)

It was yummy. I tastes a little bit like funnel cake and a little bit like french toast.

Also, it’s insanely easy, which I am a huge fan of.

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6 Responses to The Consequences of Dreaming

  1. RobMonroe says:

    Looks Yummy! Thanks for the recipe link – might be trying this next weekend!

  2. Natalie says:

    Is this AKA panacooken? My Minnesota roommate from first year in grad school used to talk about these all the time. Looks yum!

  3. The “insanely easy” part appeals to me. I could use some recipe success.

  4. Skye says:

    A hayride in nothing but a pullup? Are you sure that wasn’t actually in the dream, because that sounds pretty nightmarish.

  5. Racher says:

    216 Michigan Ave., Decatur, GA 30030

    Pretty sure one of those fancy tupperware things will keep them warm for the trip down.

  6. Melisa says:

    I think I need a pankuchen when I come to visit!