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  1. Cook this: Mat Follas shares his recipe for the perfect pancakesRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Dorsetecho.co.uk

    February always strikes me as a month with an identity crisis ... some years it can be spring-like and I'll be able to start collecting wild garlic and other herbs from the countryside in sunlight and other years it's still frost and snow and miserable. Writing this in early January its too soon to tell but as an immigrant to this country, it's one of the things that always fill me with delight, being able to watch the seasons unfold.

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  2. Cook this: Mat Follas shares his recipe for the perfect pancakesRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Dorsetecho.co.uk

    February always strikes me as a month with an identity crisis ... some years it can be spring-like and I'll be able to start collecting wild garlic and other herbs from the countryside in sunlight and other years it's still frost and snow and miserable. Writing this in early January its too soon to tell but as an immigrant to this country, it's one of the things that always fill me with delight, being able to watch the seasons unfold.

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  3. Cook this: Mat Follas' shares his recipe for the perfect pancakesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bournemouth Echo

    February always strikes me as a month with an identity crisis ... some years it can be spring-like and I'll be able to start collecting wild garlic and other herbs from the countryside in sunlight and other years it's still frost and snow and miserable. Writing this in early January its too soon to tell but as an immigrant to this country, it's one of the things that always fill me with delight, being able to watch the seasons unfold.

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  4. Pancake races return to DaventryRead the original story

    Friday Jan 20 | Daventry Express

    On Saturday February 25, a pancake extravaganza will be held in Daventry town centre for all to enjoy from 2pm to 4pm. The event is being organised by Daventry Town Council and will be hosted in Sheaf Street.

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  5. Introducing Lent to your CongregationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 19 | Christianity Today

    I will never forget saying goodbye to the church in which I served as an assistant pastor. As a full-time church planting resident, I had an opportunity to preach once a month for three years.

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  6. Want to know when Pancake Day is? 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 18 | This is Bath

    This year, Shrove Tuesday takes place on Tuesday, February 28 and traditionally is the day when eggs and fats are used up before Lent begins on Ash Wednesday. Eggs are said to signify creation, flour represents the staff of life, salt is for wholesomeness while milk symbolises purity.

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  7. The Great Spitalfields Pancake Race 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 17 | IndieLondon

    To take part in the relay race you need to get together a team of four people suitably dressed up . Bring your own frying pan and the pancakes will be provided.

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  8. Pancake day for Shrove TuesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 16 | Manning River Times

    Red Cross fundraiser: Publicity officer, Libby Mather at the Taree club's annual garden party, held later in the year. Between 9.30am and 11.30 members will be serving sweet pancakes and bottomless cups of tea or coffee in the Presbyterian Church hall in Albert Street, Taree at a cost of $10.

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  9. When is Pancake Day 2017 and what is Shrove Tuesday?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 16 | Nottingham Evening Post

    This year it will fall on Tuesday, February 28 so make sure you stock up on plenty of flour, eggs and milk for the occasion beforehand. Also known as Shrove Tuesday, the date of the festival is determined by Easter and falls on the day before Ash Wednesday.

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  10. Fantastic things to do around Hinckley in 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 14 | Hinckley Times

    With the glittering lights and colourful decorations removed and the excitement of Christmas a distant memory, January can feel a little bit underwhelming. However, Hinckley is already gearing up for a series of exciting events for 2017, with the town fast becoming an exciting venue for fun for all the family.

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  11. We want pancakes and we want them NOWRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 12 | Cambridge Evening News

    Some of the big dates of the year are etched into our brains. Christmas Day? Obvious.

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  12. When is Pancake Day 2017 and why do we celebrate it?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 11 | Get Reading

    It is the time most of us feast on crepes and fluffy American pancakes smothered in sugar and lemon, maple syrup, chocolate, fruit and more. But why do we eat pancakes on Shrove Tuesday? Here's everything you need to know about its origins and history.

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  13. When are Easter and Good Friday in 2017?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 6 | This Is Staffordshire

    We're fully into 2017 now and as most of us are back at work, you might be wondering when the next bank holiday is. The answer is Easter.

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    Friday Jan 6 | This Is Staffordshire

    It's nearly time! Pancake Day is coming and it gets many people digging out their frying pans to test out their flipping skills. Also known as Shrove Tuesday, the day is a great excuse to get creative in the kitchen and indulge in a pancake.

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  15. When is Pancake Day 2017? And everything else you need to knowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 5 | Southport Visiter

    It's nearly time for you to put your pancake-flipping skills to the test again as Pancake Day is just a few weeks away. Also known as Shrove Tuesday, the annual day allows you to explore with your food by creating all sorts of concoctions to top your pancakes.

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  16. New Orleans travelblog: Warm hearts & cold skinRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 3 | NewsOK.com

    ... in, but the place still gives off the impression that it's never really coming back. Meanwhile, the girls toured Mardi Gras World, where visitors can see the massive Mardi Gras floats under construction and learn about the New Orleans festival. The ...

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  17. Bradford Cathedral reveals exciting line-up of eventsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 3 | Thetelegraphand Argus

    A series of art exhibitions will be taking place at the cathedral, in Stott Hill, throughout the year, along with a number of musical guests. The year will start with artist Luke Owen's 'Gift of Christmas' exhibition, which opened at the start of December.

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  18. New historical marker to be unveiled at site of first Mobile Mardi Gras paradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 3 | Alabama Live

    The Order of Myths is Mobile's first and oldest parading Mardi Gras association. Its emblem float has remained the same since 1868, consisting of a broken column around which Folly chases Death.

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  19. Vote: When should you take your Christmas decorations down?Read the original story

    Wednesday Dec 28 | Sunderland Echo

    Which one will you be going for? If you want to know the reasons behind some of the choices, we've taken a look at the history ... Once a big celebration on January 5, this has been the traditional time for taking down Christmas decorations since Victorian times. Leaving them up after that date is thought to bring back luck - though some say you avoid suffering ill fortune if you then keep them up until Shrove Tuesday .

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  20. When is Lent 2017? All you need to know about the Christian traditionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 28 | Chronicle Live

    Whether you're wondering what Lent is all about or want to know the dates for this year's tradition, here's everything you need to know Lent covers the 40 days ahead of Easter - starting from Ash Wednesday and ending on Holy Saturday - and has become a time when people traditionally give something up. People give up a different things for Lent including alcohol, caffeine, smoking, favourite foods and even television, but one of the most popular is chocolate especially for youngsters eyeing up Easter eggs.

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