Aunt Angie's Heavenly Sour Cream Pancakes
"Aunt Angie made these tender pancakes seventy years ago for Uncle Ned. He ate three platefuls and then sighed: "Angie, any woman can cook that good outhter not be an old maid". So they married, and every Sunday thereafter Angie made these pancakes for Ned's breakfast.
(Aunt Angie lived in Vermont and so she buttered hers and stacked them and cut them in wedges and passed real Vermont maple syrup. Try them sometime with a steak or a la King dishess.
Beat eggs, add sour cream. Beat well.
When bubbles come to surface and break, cake is ready to turn. Turn only once.
Cake will be thin and mealtingly tender.