Late last night, while looking through the new patterns at Ravelry, I came across one called Eri. I love the sweater and I love the designer, Isabell Kraemer. But, the pattern is only available through Laine magazine. There are shops near Austin that sell the magazine and they might would maili me a copy but I had been chatting online with a friend who lives near Seattle and she’s suffering a bad bite from the knitting bug and I think she’s going to every shop in Seattle several times per week! 🙂
I wrote her and asked her if any of the shops listed in Washington are near her and she said yes so I asked her if she happens to see this magazine, will she get a copy for me and send it. She said yes! But, I don’t think the magazine is out yet. I wish I could subscribe to that magazine as it looks like a great publication.
As I was drooling over their designs, I saw their blog and that’s where I found this recipe for Nordic Pancakes. I fixed those for breakfast this morning and they were different – more like a crepe, but delicious. They were much lighter and not as “bready” as our traditional pancakes.
I didn’t have creme fraiche, which isn’t something I keep, but I did have yogurt so I added just a bit of honey.
I asked Vince if he liked this recipe and he said “YES!” I asked if he would want to eat this again and he said “Yes, tomorrow!” so I think that means this recipe is a keeper. By the way, I used ghee to fry the pancakes.