It’s pancake day tomorrow – here’s where you can find the best of the best in Cork!
Tomorrow is Pancake Tuesday – and you know what that means – shameless stuffing of faces.
A few days ago, CorkBeo announced that Gino’s Gelato will be offering free traditional pancakes to all customers until noon tomorrow.
Here are some other âamazingâ deals available to pancake lovers.
Dunnes Stores also offers you, and your pancake, many sweet and savory ingredients for tomorrow. Dunnes Pancake Tuesday displays have great deals on everything from frying pans to flour and spreads.
German supermarket Lidl also made lemon-squeezed Pancake Tuesday this year with its Pancake Saver offering, giving customers a selection of pancake essentials for just â¬ 3.
The offer includes everything you need for a crispy pancake – pancake mix, lemon juice, ice cream, and chocolate and hazelnut spread.
In addition, Mardyke Arena UCC will be hosting a Pancake Tuesday event to benefit Marymount University Hospital and Hospice. The pancakes will be priced at â¬ 3 – a great way to show your support for Marymount!
For some cafes and restaurants in town, it’s business as usual as they continue to serve delicious pancakes and pancakes on their breakfast, brunch, and lunch menus.
Liberty Grill on Washington Street serves mouth-watering American-style pancakes topped with Nutella or maple syrup for â¬ 5.
A few doors down, The Spitjack will have an entire pancake menu – and we’re not even kidding. The menu is launched this Tuesday morning and continues until Friday 28 from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day.
Casanova Gelato on Georges Quay will continue to serve Leeside’s softest pancakes accompanied by a scoop of ice cream of your choice. They also have lots of vegan and organic options! Open weekends from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.
A stone’s throw from Cork Kent station, Lab 82 will serve its American pancakes swimming in a chocolate and caramel sauce topped with chocolate ice cream and a Cadbury’s Creme Egg (slime!).
So what’s the real difference between pancakes and pancakes? The main difference is that pancake batter contains a leavening agent, such as baking powder or baking soda, and pancake batter does not.
This means that the pancakes are thicker and fluffier while the pancakes are thin and flat. Typically, pancakes are associated with “American style” while pancakes are the European version of the breakfast favorite.