Pancake Day, or otherwise known as Shrove Tuesday is usually celebrated before the start of lent, on Ash Wednesday which is 40 days before the celebration of Easter.

Traditionally, English pancakes are made very thin and served immediately; British favourite toppings include lemon juice and sugar, as well as a classic, golden syrup!

When making a pancake, it is only right if you flip (or try to flip) the pancake on to its other side in the pan. With this being said, did you know the record for the highest pancake toss is 9.47m (31ft 1in) made in New York in 2010, flipping fantastic!

Heading into Boscombe for pancake day? Boscanova would be the best place to hit to get your pancake fix! Delicious options to choose from: bourbon biscuit, chocolate, and jammy doggery just to name a few… To avoid disappointment, pop in early to grab a seat.

Poole has Bueno Gelato to offer you great treats! From milkshakes, waffles, gelato and of course…. Pancakes! Check out their trendy shop, located on Ashley Road.

MAW, located along Christchurch high-street, is a great little hidden gem if you are wanting to have tasty meals and cocktails. Normally closed on Tuesdays, MAW, have opened especially for pancake day, with their menu comprising of mouth-watering Biscoff pancakes, savoury stacks, or if you prefer something a little simpler, you can get the ‘Plain Jane’.

Whether you completely indulge in a chocolaty treat or stick to the basics, make sure to share your favourite pancake place with out hashtags! #LovePoole #LoveBournemouth #LoveXchurch




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