In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1US(pancake)crepe o panqueque más pequeño y grueso que los habituales
- She's probably got the table set and the flapjacks and bacon and eggs ready to go on the table.
- Rather, they'll be gobbling down flapjacks at a new International House of Pancakes.
- I guess flapjacks are patriotic enough to start the day, because today I'm celebrating being an American.
- The fare was simple, nothing more than gruel and sometimes flapjacks, but it was filling.
- She didn't even hesitate to wait before she began dumping the syrup I had left out on her stack of flapjacks.
- In the morning, I'll have bacon and flapjacks, take a short hike with my camera and then wake from the dream.
- Perhaps, after coffee and some flapjacks inside them, they would feel much better.
- The ad points that out, then claims he carves his own bats and eats hundreds of flapjacks for breakfasts.
- No sooner had she entered the kitchen then she returned with a tray full of steaming bowls of hot cereal with maple sugar, flapjacks, waffles, eggs and milk.
- Just as some foods will help you zonk out, others will make you flip like a flapjack all night.
- In the middle of all this was a large chuck wagon already cooking up eggs, sausage, flapjacks and plenty of hot coffee.
- A rusty, dismantled bicycle lay mute in another; the wheels were bent out of shape, and the tires were flatter than flapjacks.
- Glumly, Hoss pushed a piece of breakfast sausage around his plate, sopping up the excess maple syrup that had puddled over from his flapjacks.
- Paige laughed as Dean held the charcoal looking flapjack in his hand.
- Tony always did make the best flapjacks this side of the Rio Grande.
- It is a must for anyone who loves pancakes or flapjacks as they call them.
- She removed several flapjacks from the center without disturbing the stack.
- When not making flapjacks, Nuku Nuku switches into tactical mode and mows down robots in the streets of Tokyo.
- It was Johnny who would smother his waffles, or flapjacks, in butter and maple syrup.
- The Mandarin-duck pancakes, a Sunday special, are hardly worth the effort: They're just more crispy duck with thin flapjacks.
2British(oatcake)tipo de galleta dulce de avena
- Make a batch of flapjacks on Sunday and wrap them individually so they last all week.
- And for people who never have time to catch a good filling meal I am led to believe we may even have flapjacks for sale.
- Cakes and gateaux ranged from flapjack to fresh apple pie.
- Among the tasty treats to make the menu were high fibre flapjacks, smoothies, raspberry and blackcurrant muffins and fresh berry tarts.
- And with fairy cakes, flapjacks, fruit loaves and flans, the cookery categories offered a mouth-watering selection.
- After a quick stop for lunch rounded off by Carol's home-made flapjacks (a meal in themselves), we spent the remainder of the afternoon walking in the forest.
- He turned to go, then added, ‘and don't touch my flapjack!’
- Mary and Chris served tea and a selection of home made flapjack and buns.
- The menu mentioned toasted teacakes, scones, doughnuts, Danish pastries and flapjack.
- As a treat, you can put in a slice of a wholesome flapjack, a cheese scone or date slice.
- A toasted teacake, scone or flapjack was an option.
- I make a flapjack that is naturally sweet so he could feed his cravings.
- Gingerbread and flapjacks had just emerged, treacle scones were about to go in.
- She's, as promised, buying me flapjacks and coffee.
- After our exertions, we decided to head for the restaurant for a hot drink and flapjacks before heading for home.
- In fact, I'm now wanting fruit where I used to want chocolate and flapjacks.
- They are also a welcome addition to carrot cakes, fruit loaves, flapjacks and savoury grains like couscous.
- Heck, back when I was a kid coffee shops were places you could get flapjacks in.
- There are nicely-iced fruit cakes, scones, flapjacks and other mouthwatering delicacies.
- A friend came round for dinner and arrived clutching a batch of freshly made - if a little burnt - flapjacks.
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