how do you make pancakes show on a five dollar bill?

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Answered: Blueberry pancake mix?

Just buy Jiffy Blueberry Muffin Mix. Directions on box to make pancakes.

Answered: Buying dollar bills

Yes, buy Dollar Bills. I sell them for a Dollar each. Everyone loves American DOLLAR BILLS! I am a collector.

Answered: What are some different variations on pancakes? I ...

Hi, I have a recipe for a homemade pancake on my website that I call B & B Puffed Apple Pancake. Please enjoy this recipe and discover other apple pancake variations. Our site is devoted strictly to apple recipes, so I hope you'll look around at others while you're there. Best wishes, Penny ...

Answered: What's your weirdest pancake recipe?

weird? here, :p

Answered: Extra light pancakes

This is not your exact answer, but pancakes were a Sunday tradition a long time ago. A book I read (where the author always tells what the main character is cooking, meaning what he adds, etc.) talked about adding "cottage cheese to pancakes." Then the person eating them could tell. "Did you use ...

Answered: What is your best pancake mix?

My best pancake is blueberry very very nice
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Dave Undis. Hello. I was wondering if you still by dollar bills that have

I think Dave went to live in the "Funny Farm" after he started with the radar dollar bills.

How do you cook pancakes?

Get a box of pancake mix and follow the instructions. Also, buy some maple syrup or cane syrup and have a ball.

What do you prefer to put on your pancakes? I like various toppings but

I'm too serious about my pancakes because when I eat sweet stuff I don't fool around and I do it properly - heavy duty chocolate or some toppings that contain it.

Some say that dollar is about to collapse because of the enormous debt US

This may help you decide. A nation's paper currency is actually a promissory note. The nation guarantees it will redeem that note for something of value, perhaps gold or silver if the currency has a "hard" base. If the currency is based on goods and services provided, the issuing nation ...