Re: [Czechlist] "Flapjack"?
- In my universe, we don't add the name of a state after the name of the city, but just "USA", so it would be something like "Heartburn City, USA".
More common would be to add "-sville" to anything, so you could have said "Hearburnsville".
On Mar 28, 2013, at 7:32 AM, Melvyn wrote:
> But whoah, too much syrup and it's heartburn city, Arizona. (Did I use that turn of phrase correctly?)
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- Nooo....they're more doughy than chewy granola bars. And thicker - about an inch thick, but otherwise roughly the same dimensions. Basically if you made a batch of oatmeal cookies (there are other kinds, but this is the one I eat the most) and added lots of raisins, dried cranberries, maybe some other dried fruit, pressed the dough into a deep cookie sheet and baked it for 5 minutes less than you normally would, cooled it and cut it into bars, you'd have flapjacks.
--- In Czechlist@yahoogroups.com, James Kirchner <czechlist@...> wrote:
> So, in the US they'd likely be called "chewy granola bars" (a common commercial description).
> On Mar 28, 2013, at 7:15 AM, jenuwefa wrote:
> > Oh I love flapjacks! Jamie, they're something like underbaked cookie dough bars. I buy them at Costa Coffee or Marks & Spencer here in Prague. Very solid, good when you need a quick something that will keep you filled for a while.
> > Jennifer