http://www.hearth.com/econtent/index.php/forums/viewthread/63377/ Got the idea from Gary, though I was thinking something similar, which is why I was trolling the sugestion box. I like Norwegian pancakes. They are similar to crepes. Melt a stick of unsalted butter on low heat. (very low heat) Break a few eggs into a bowl. Add equal volume of flower, and mix completely. Add melted butter, and mix again. Add some sugar to taste. (1/4 cup or so) zest of a lemon and or 1/4 teaspoon of vanilla extract Dilute with milk. For richer pancakes use evaperated milk. Mixture should be thin enough to cover entire crepe pan, when poured in center and the pan quickly tilted about. Pan should be smoking hot. Use pan that butter was melted in. No further lubing required. I use a dipper and pour in about a third of a cup. When top of cake is dry, flip. Second side doen't take long. Serve with cranberry sauce (lingonberry if you can get it), apple sauce, or any kind of jam, jelly or fruit preserve, by spreading condiment on surface, then rolling. I usualy make these pancakes for Christmas breakfast.