Afternoon Pancakes #3 combined the great taste of American Buttermilk Pancakes with the aesthetic expression of Royal Danish Porcelain.
As you can see, I had made quite a tall stack of pancakes, trying to follow the good example of Rasmus Klump also known as Rasmus Lump. I grew up with the comic strip of Rasmus Lump, but never got to enjoy a stack of pancakes as tall as his. Yesterday came close.
The pancakes turned out great, and I served them with fresh berries and syrup. The fresh berries gave them a taste of summer.
I found these pancakes to be the best ones yet! But more are still to come.
Wednesday I will travel to Iceland, and maybe find inspiration for another great recipe.
Author: Camilla Hilbrands
Camilla formed the company At Work A/S in 1992 at the age of 20 and has been active as a wellbeing expert ever since. She has followed and been involved in creating the development within health and wellbeing in the workplace from its modest beginnings at the start of the 1990s, and she has, among other things, been an expert at National Centre for Workplace Health Promotion (Nationalt Center for Sundhedsfremme på Arbejdspladsen).
Camilla is an experienced leader, teacher and speaker and spends most of her time developing and arranging courses and concepts that aim at increased wellbeing for individuals and groups.
Creativity, honesty and social intelligence are Camilla’s strong points, and in addition to this she is known for her passion for and book about pancakes. Her focus is basically resource-oriented and innovative and her tal and workshops are based on the most recent research in the fields of positive psychology, neuroscience and behavioural science.
Camilla is an informal and humorous speaker, and with her solid professional background she always leaves her audience with aha moments and specific tools they can use straight away.
Camilla is an active participant and networker at various conferences, including TED conferences, and in addition to this she has been enrolled as a member of Richard Branson’s “Change Makers and Rule Breakers”, and she is a strong supporter of the motto: Be the change you wish to see in the world.
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