But if I was going to eat them like that, I would have added pecans on top of the brown sugar. In a stand mixer with a whisk attachment, beat the cream cheese, butter, salt, vanilla, maple extract, and maple syrup on high speed until combined
In a medium bowl, stir togetherbutter, brown sugar, syrup, cinnamon and pecans. Heat a large nonstick griddle over medium heat and spray with a non-stick spray, or dampen half of a paper towel with oil and wipe the oil soaked end of the paper towel across the surface of the griddle
(And this is why I have trouble reading most travel writing, why I am skeptical of travel advice from Rick Steves, and why I am dubious that Anthony Bourdain could really have stumbled upon the BEST of the best local food in each locale– yet still of course a little impressed and jealous whenever he gets it right
I almost liked thesepancakes better reheated (cold pancakes after photographing is only fun so many times)–stick them in the toaster or reheat in a pan over medium heat for five minutes, and they’ll crisp up even more, giving a great delicate crackle of a bite that ends in soft buttery innards
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