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Sep 11

180 Responses to “Sexy Pancakes”

  1. Tigey Says:

    OMG, those look good. I have got to make em tomorrow. Thanks comic-guy!

  2. Litho Says:

    Looks amazing, have to try it sometime.
    looking forward to more recipes, the references are the best. My favourite one is still the Mass Effect one

  3. Bsze Says:


  4. Totorosushi Says:

    Thumbs up!

  5. Renegadeboss Says:

    Pancakes and Tenacious D references? I love it.

  6. Polaris Says:

    Another awesome recipe to try out, thanks to you. I’m also loving the commentary–please keep them coming!

  7. JuSantana Says:

    Sweet MF. This must be one of the greatest recepies ever!

  8. Lunch Beast Says:

    Looks fantastic! Another great comic recipe!
    I’ll definitely try this out next morning.

  9. mrsgamgee Says:

    I so know what is going to be on our table tonight πŸ˜€ Thanks!

  10. Tryskel Says:

    I fucking love the reference to Tenacious D.

  11. SilentSiren75 Says:

    I love it how ‘sexy’ and ‘yummy’ blend seamlessly together … recipe sounds excellent, looking forward to trying it. WELL DONE with the comic!

    And: I have a cat. When she’s done hunting small animals in the backyard, I may pull her in and see if she wants to try making that whipped cre– better yet, never mind. The thought of microscopic baby bunny and birdie bits in my whipped cream is not appealing.

  12. Sara Says:

    THANK YOU for calling them SEXY PANCAKES! They are definitely a post- “le sexy time” food in our house! Keep that sexy Tenacious D-loving wit coming!

  13. Blaze Says:

    Swords. ;__; <3

    I love pancakes and I really like the way you do those AWESOME recipes. I'll try it later.

  14. Christine Says:


    While I don’t see the come-hither-because-I’m-Zorro-and-I-have-a-lot-of-chest-hair sexy in these pancakes (which might be a good thing because, what, chest hair pancakes!?), I do see the pecans and whipped cream and that always means SEXY FOR MY MOUTH TIME — and all that implies.

  15. Carla Says:

    These are so blurry that I can’t read any of it.

  16. yo brotha Says:

    Awesome!…This recipe totally makes me wanna break out into a Carlton dance…

  17. Flem Says:

    Dude… seriously… this recipe is Ζ’ucking amazing.
    I had 4 consecutive mouth-gasms… keep it up!

  18. yo brotha Says:

    Haha….serves 2-3?…If your serving 3 then it must have been an extra sexy night…hahaha

  19. yo brotha Says:

    is that xzibit??

  20. Anna Banana Says:

    I’ve decided to modify this slightly. THIS recipe, but instead of apples (and maybe cinnamon)… bacon. I’m kinda excited.

  21. Craig Says:

    I hope this isn’t the end of Mr. White. I love this blog, and the recipes are quite good!

  22. Leslie Says:

    I love you so much HAHA

  23. Paladin Says:

    When there’s enough of these to compile into a cookbook I’m gonna be first in line to pre-order it.

  24. Aquaman Says:

    Have I told you lately that I love you…

  25. Zack Says:

    Just found your site through Lifehacker. RSS’d!

  26. Fin Says:

    More please, I love your recipes πŸ™‚

  27. Eddy Says:

    Wonderful! Simply great! Please keep up the hard work! Posted on Facebook. so cool!

  28. Jori Says:

    I am in love with your blog. Seriously. IN. LOVE.

  29. Steph Says:

    Mother Fucking delicious, you sir are a GOD

  30. Michelle Says:

    YOU ARE HILARIOUS!!!! Really. You Rock dude. get on twitter! gotta hear your madness all day long. keep up the posts. LOVE YOUR BLOG. Great recipe πŸ™‚

  31. Gailene Says:

    Excellent!!!! I do believe that if a man offered to make these in the morning, I’d definitely start finding him more attractive… 6 more beers attractive πŸ™‚

  32. Penny Lain Says:

    Sexy pancakes makes me love you even more.

  33. Efra Says:

    Eeey dude! you can use a strainer as a sifter πŸ˜‰ thx 4 the recipe

  34. Sara Says:

    Sir, if you made a cookbook of any sort, I would buy it in a heart beat. Because I just made these. And everything said above applies. The only change I made was to separate the egg and beat the white until stiff, then folded it into the batter.

    Served with a side of sausage and apple latkes.

    It was the best damn dinner I’ve made for myself in a long time. Thank you for the awesome recipe! Now I need to go try the others.

  35. Az Says:

    You are amazing. Everytime you have a new recipe up, you make my day. Please don’t stop!

    Also I agree everyone: if you make a cookbook, I’m buying it.


  36. Jared Says:

    I gotta say I love your site. I wish more cooks had your sense of humor and I can’t wait to try out some of your recipes at my LAN party this week.

  37. Lele Says:

    I just finished eating sexy pancakes. My BF made up the batter while I was in class, and he didn’t have any vanilla, but it was still incredible. The Whipper-snap was perfect too. One thing I definitely recommend is if you have the money to be able to do so, spring for pure maple syrup. It is so much more flavorful than the fake maple syrups, so you don’t have to use as much (which means you aren’t drowning your pancakes with the syrup, and the flavor of the cinnamon and apples can shine).

  38. wally Says:

    this guy need some expansion like bad !

    i love him !

  39. Sarah Says:

    These pancakes were made for me. I can say confidently, they were both sexy and delicious, as was the cook.

  40. Laura Says:

    Hey kick ass recipe!
    This is the third thing I’ve made of yours I made your bananarama and your 2am chili.
    I love comics and love to cook and therefore I love your recipies! So amazing!
    I’ve made these pancakes quite a few times and I used my old pancake recipe with it, it is simply delicious! Perfect for fall!
    One thing though the bourbon whipped cream came out amazing but 2 teaspoons of bourbon was just too much and it overpowered the amazing taste of the pancakes. So I use just one teaspoon :]

    Can’t wait to see more!
    Love Laura<3

  41. Bri Says:

    AHHHHHHHHHHH! I’ve been trying to find your website for the longest time. I made your chili and boys wanted to propose to me! Now you have even more amazing recipes! I’m super excited I finally found you. Keep them coming. These look amazing.

  42. Aaron Says:

    hehe I Wonder who else got the Tenacious D reference in this comic πŸ˜€

  43. Sean Says:

    Fantastic recipe! I use your recipe’s all the time, it makes for delicious food!

  44. Rachel Says:

    Awesome recipe! I didn’t have any apples or nuts, but I did have some chai concentrate and subbed some of the milk for the chai. TASTY. Thanks for the great work!

  45. Emily Says:

    You make a big point of using organic milk, but then use log cabin syrup? Fail.

  46. Wilma Jozwiak Says:

    What a neat concept – first time I’ve visited your site, and I love it. Is there a book in the works

  47. some dude Says:

    the best part is, he used FAKE maple syrup.


  48. Rebecca Says:

    I simply enjoy your comics, I have every ambition to try these recipes. Especially these, for my boyfriend when we move in together. I showed him the comic, he said MUST HAVE! Not to mention the 2a.m. Chili.
    Please keep these comics going and I certainly will be one of the first in line for a cookbook.

  49. Gorghom Says:

    I stop reading & crack at the MC Hammer~Shaker!

  50. Patti Says:

    Funnest recipe ever!

  51. Aaron Says:

    Trade out the apples for some fresh pomegranate. It’s overwhelming. Unfortunately you can’t have leftovers, as the flavor seeps out and becomes completely unable to be tasted after a night in the fridge. Small price to pay.

  52. John Valenty Says:

    love this comic! actually makes baking fun!

  53. justin Says:

    I am definitely liking the comic recipe idea! And the recipe is awesome!

  54. Eskieguy Says:

    And no one even mentioned the bio-hazard bag.

    I love your recipes & the presentation, it answers questions about technique that many experts miss.

    I’m planning to make this, despite having to cook for a diabetic, it looks too yummy to pass up.

    P.S. Please continue to use ingredients *you* think are best, and we’ll do the same.

  55. Owen Says:

    Fake maple syrup is never sexy. Otherwise, looks delicious.

  56. Karen Says:

    I love it! I have your blog bookmarked for when I need a little humor (and a little sexy) in my cooking

  57. McKay Says:

    Love what you’re doing man, been following you since 2AM (Just finished this week’s batch), and I’m headed to the store to make some sexy muffuckin pancakes. Keep em comin man!

  58. Santiago Says:

    I ate this about an hour ago and have been strugglin’ to find this site again (my power went out) just to tell you that this shit is hella tastefull!!

  59. David the Magnificent Says:

    No doubt. Log Cabin isn’t even syrup. Otherwise right on. But Log Cabin, really??

  60. D Says:

    That is proper application of topping. I make pancakes to taste pancake, not whatever it’s smothered in. I approve.

  61. Sherry Says:

    amazing website.. such a shame that it also attracts people who have no class.

    Ignore the negative comments and keep doing what your doing. I may throw out my recipe book and print out your stuff!! (will give you full credit at every meal)

  62. Hamish Says:

    I have been trying to do something new with food photography and I love cookingcomically.

  63. Dizzy Says:

    I love the Tenacious D references there. Awesome.

  64. Caitlin Says:

    I sincerely appreciate the tenacious d reference. made this that much better hahah. im totally doing this soon…. REAL soon.

  65. Rick Says:

    Wonderful humor, love the illustrations. And Log Cabin is awesome on the right ingredients. My wife comes to mind… Followed your tip about Google Chrome, too. Thanks!

  66. Juls Says:

    I have been pleasing my man with ordinary pancakes for years. Occassionally, I shake things up a bit in the kitchen by adding vanilla and brown sugar to the batter. But now I simply must blow him away with this sexy stack of flapjacks! Thanks for keeping my marriage firey πŸ˜‰

  67. Carlos Says:

    Greatest… pancakes… EVAR! I love the way that you make these comics. Never stop! You’re teaching me to make practical and tasty things. Thanks so much!

  68. T.J. Says:

    Got here by way of your response to the Log Cabin hater (thanks, StumbleUpon!). This recipe looks amazing and your comics are outstanding. Keep up the good work!

  69. matthew Says:

    this is awesome…and useful. thanks! love the dumb and dumber reference.

  70. Bob Says:

    Made these for the gf; she said they are the best pancakes she’s ever had… I’m jealous they are yours.

  71. Jessica Says:

    you are my second favorite person (sorry mum always comes first)

  72. Joan Says:

    Just finished making these pancakes! WIN!!!

  73. Spry Says:

    A friend an I made these a few days ago. Despite bungling the pancakes nearly beyond repair (“Oh, shit, the baking powder was measured in teaspoons… not tablespoons.”), not having pecans, apples, bourbon, or syrup (oh, the horror!), we overcame and made a damn fine meal… After we burned the first three pancakes, that is.

    We used amaretto in place of bourbon and chopped up almonds instead of pecans. Also, upon realizing we had no syrup, we made our own (sugar, flour, vanilla (lots!), water – simmer in saucepan until syrupy) while the pancakes


  74. Mike Says:

    Most epic recipe page evar

  75. LdyEve Says:

    I know what song you were listening to (or had stuck in your head) while doing, at least part of, the comic. LOL! I love that song.

  76. JC Says:

    Awesome. I suck at cooking and these make me want to cook. Consider them used. Thanks, and keep them coming!

  77. johny Says:

    First time i see an american cook good πŸ˜€ Just joking, nice and inspiring recipe! Thank you

  78. Molly Says:

    This is so totally great.

  79. Hannah Says:

    This is amazing in more ways than I can count

  80. Pam @ PamsGirlyBits Says:

    Ha… omg I love this post…

  81. Jessica Says:

    THANK YOU for showing people how easy it is to make whipped cream. SO good and SO much cheaper than buying reddi-whip or cool whip. LOVE your style, too πŸ™‚

  82. Katrina Says:

    This is the most creative way I have ever seen to post recipes. Good stuff.

  83. Mikey Says:

    Making Sexy Saturday Pancakes… keep the cooking entertainment coming!

  84. Brittany Says:

    I feel like he was listening to Tenacious D before making this comic…

  85. Wrathy Says:

    Oh man… now I know what to make for my gf next week when she comes over for breakfast πŸ˜‰
    thanks a bunch, this recipe is amazing =D

  86. Jessica Says:

    SEEEEEEXY!!! lol

  87. katelyn Says:

    study for finals… or make sexy pancakes? o.O Obvious choice

  88. Mander Says:

    You were watching me make pancakes, weren’t you?
    I’ll have you know, that my sexy pancake-making techniques are patented…

  89. β˜… SAM β˜… Says:

    I might actually be in love with you. Your site makes my site wet its pants in embarrassment

  90. Jeff-in-Aus Says:

    You, sir, are an EPIC, EPIC MAN. NEVER STOP DOING THIS!!

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  92. Melissa Says:

    I think I’m in love.

  93. tanya1234 Says:

    awesome thankx

  94. EC Says:

    Hahaha, the tenacious D reference made my day!

  95. Bingo Says:

    not sure why you have a biohazardous bag behind those ingredients but im sure the pancakes are good

  96. lauren Says:

    Your shit cracks me up. & by shit i mean little cartoon badass man [shit has a positive connotation in my world]. Plus I love pancakes, so you have a cartoon badass man after my own heart. Sigh, l’amour.

  97. Carl Perfect Says:

    I have mastered the fine art of pancakes with at least 160 different recipes and can say that this one comes close to perfection . Damn fine job comic cook. These babies are the bomb.

  98. Adam Says:

    Apples? Who’d want to put apples inside pancakes?

  99. hans n franz Says:

    make the comic cook… book. your work is epically funny and all so easy. simplicity is key amigo, and you got that!!

  100. Sheila Says:

    Love your work!

  101. Art Says:

    My cat could do this!

  102. Densetsu Says:

    You, sir, are a fucking god.

  103. Deanna Says:

    Keep up the great work! Food is awesome and you are so funny!! Also, very simple to follow directions… which I love. =)

  104. mexe Says:

    First time here, I just stumbled onto this blog. Right to my feed. LOVE IT!

  105. Jayson Says:

    What’s with the biohazard bag?

  106. Kristopher Says:

    Been wanting to make something of yours for a while now… friend came over with the talk of pancakes, not just pancakes, sexy pancakes… Now, I don’t know if this happy feeling I have in my belly is from pancake love or the decent amount of Heaven Hill I put in the cream, but it is super good!

  107. vanesa Says:

    it’s very funny cook in this way!!

  108. Tanvi Says:

    Amazing creativity. Loved it!

  109. Kirsten Says:

    Please keep making these recipes! Not only are they tasty but they are fun. Very creative!! KEEP IT UP!

  110. Lisa Says:

    This was as much fun to read as it is to make ………I’ll be making these pancakes for my prince ……. perfect

  111. Maya Says:

    im so high that i thought it was going to be a slide show of a stick figure doing a cooking show. and it took me 3 minutes scrolling up and down i realized it was really a recipe hahaha damn

  112. Peter Says:

    Fantastic! Laughed so hard and cant wait to try the pancakes out.thumbs up!

  113. Gib Says:

    Sexiness! Makes the already tasty look even tastier ;D

  114. Should Have Used Says:

    A Cast Iron Skillet.

  115. Steve Says:

    I love you.

  116. joeyT Says:

    i am eating these as i write this… barry white would be pleased, these are amazingly sexy

  117. Karen Says:

    Bananas instead of apples for me… OH GOD! Giggity.

  118. Chelsea of the Pancakes Says:

    These were amazing. A pancake-job well done.

  119. Jessica Says:

    These were fabulous! I didn’t have the ingredients for the whipped cream, and im not much on nuts…and mine doesn’t look as pretty as yours….but it tastes good! lol!!!

  120. Kate Says:

    I haven’t had time to try anything yet as I just stumbled across your site but I would like to say that I enjoy the comic-ness very much.
    Also, I don’t care what type of syrup you use, I’m from the UK and also a student and I’m not sure what the price is like in America but here real maple syrup is usually about Β£4 (that’s about $6 AND it’s only a itsy bitsy bottle) and therefore far too expensive (read as: rip-off)
    Kate x

  121. Nikki Hype Says:

    LOVE the comic.
    LOVE the recipe.
    LOVE the Tenacious D reference! ox

  122. SarahC Says:

    I found your blog by using stumbleupon and I love it so much! This site actually got my husband into cooking so you can use whatever kind of syrup you want as far as I’m concerned πŸ™‚ (referencing all of the uproar regarding sticky condiment choice…who cares?!). I’ll have to try this with bananas too from Karen’s suggestion. Love the blog! Love the style! Looking forward to your book!

  123. SarahC Says:

    This is the pancake recipe that I use:

    And I’ll incorporate your ideas to make it even more awesome!

  124. Laura Says:

    Yar, this one’s mine.

  125. Courtney Says:

    So glad I found this site the morning before Valentine’s Day! SEXY PANCAKES is one hot cake. Also, why is there not a ‘Share” button?

  126. ROCIO Says:

    OMG! I just discovered your blog, and I’m in loved!!! So cool and delicious!!!

  127. Livnip Says:

    HOOOLY CRAP just made these and omg they are possibly the best thing i have ever eaten ever! muchas gracias seΓ±or!

  128. Christina Says:

    Is there any secret to the pancakes getting tan but not burnt? I love the way these look, but I wanna make sure I don’t burn them.

  129. betty Says:

    soooo cooooollllll. πŸ˜€

  130. Weez Says:

    @ Christina

    You’ll know your pancakes are ready to flip when they just start to look a little dry on top.

  131. Weez Says:

    oh…by the way…..Log Cabin?

    F**K YEAH!

    forget the haters brother.

  132. Mikey Says:


  133. Katharina Says:

    the whipped cream is also genius, but for my personal taste i’d substitute amaretto.
    your blog is fantastic, i love it!

  134. Natalie Says:

    Dude… your posts make me happy. Love the comics! Also loooove that beautiful frosty bottle of Makers Mark! I need these pancakes.

  135. V Woodcock Says:

    Dear Tyler,
    I just finished making your sexy pancake recipe and I must say this is an absolutely wonderful recipe. The flavors blend perfectly with one another and the addition of the green apples and pecans give it a nice texture that would be impossible to achieve otherwise. I would make this for guests and I’ll certainly make them again in the future.
    Thank you for the recipe and the wonderful website. Both are well done. If I could give you 5 Michelin stars, I would.

    Victoria Woodcock

    PS: I tried one of your chili recipes awhile back and that was good too.

  136. V Woodcock Says:

    PS: Instead of making whip cream, you should try these with homemade butter. It’s not difficult to make and your recipe has all the ingredients. Adding a bit of coarse salt to the butter would make this whole thing absolutely out of this world.

  137. Nicole Says:

    Please PLEASE marry me!!!!!!!!

  138. Chris Says:

    “Put out a vibe.”

    *maniacal uncontrolled snort-milk-down-your-nose-even-though-you’re-not-drinking-milk laughter*

  139. luis Says:

    this recipe is deliciously way too sexy…i had an accident in my pants type of sexy…a traumatizing incident type of sexy…this recipe rocks! Cant wait for more!

  140. social Says:

    If you dont mind, exactly where do you host your site? I am looking for a good web host and your weblog seams to be fast and up just about all the time

  141. click Says:

    The look for your weblog is a tad off in Epiphany. Even So I like your blog. I may have to install a normal web browser just to enjoy it.

  142. click Says:

    rather useful stuff, on the whole I imagine this is worthy of a book mark, many thanks

  143. Jennifer Says:

    I think I could actually smell those pancakes…and that Maker’s Mark!!

  144. The Inkling Says:

    Sadly, it does have to be this way. I’m gluten intolerant, and trying to make gluten-free flour actually coagulate is reaaaaaaaally hard. But if I use gluten-free Bisquick and add the cinnamon, everything else should be the same…

  145. Tyler Reeves Says:

    Alright, article 2. Hit. Going to have to follow and share the joy that is your site. Well played sir, well played.

  146. Ayla Says:

    I don’t eat pancakes, but I love the Tenacious D reference.

  147. Em Says:

    I may or may not be in love with this blogger….

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  149. Jill Says:

    Brilliant recipe post and blog, so pleased I stumbled across it and look forward to reading more.

  150. logan Says:

    hey man, just found your site from stumbleupon and love it. about the log cabin…i’ll raise you one aunt jemima…as a kid i ALWAYS preferred it…i’m a fan of syrup on breakfast pork of any and all kinds. my ma tried to get me some replacement that was supposed to be better and i threw a tantrum because i wanted my auntie! to those questioning your syrup prerogative…well, you said “syrup of your choice” on the ingredients list…choose some nine buck a bottle stuff then…so be it…or getcha some karo for 99 cents…

  151. joel Says:

    i don’t want to tell you how to do things , but i watch a lot of food network, not that it makes me an expert on cooking or anything. beacause it doesn’t.they do this thing called “the muffin method”. anyways with this they usually mix the “dry”ingredients together. then the “wet” ingredients together. then mix them all together.sugar is considered a “wet” ingredient …just saying. anyways, i like what you do, i’ve stumbled upon your blog many times and i really enjoy it. thanks.
    p.s i hope you don’t take anything i said into offense. it was just an observation.

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  153. Tami Says:

    These are delicious.. I’ve been looking for a good recipe for pancakes and it’s both easy and yummy. I make them almost every single day. Keep it up and please do more desserts!

  154. Zita Says:

    Thank you. Just love this πŸ™‚

  155. Alice Says:

    loooove this. all your recipes are amazing, you should make a cookbook for people to order!!!

  156. Lucy Says:

    I now have Tenacious D stuck in my head. This is not a bad thing. But now I’m craving pancakes and I’m too tired to cook. This is a bad thing.

  157. Dominic Says:

    These are the absolute best pancakes I have ever eaten. I will never use bisquick ever again. I salute you, sir.

  158. Casey Says:

    I wish I found this before I screwed the pancakes up

  159. fashiomatic Says:

    Its not only sexy, its hot to0..:-)

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  162. theultimatefoodaddict Says:

    this is so creative! love it a lot! yummy pancakes too! πŸ™‚

  163. Jessica @ Jessiker Bakes Says:

    Your blog is so cool!!! And these pancakes look amazing!

  164. Laurence Says:

    Great pancake recipe, sexy thank you.

  165. hillary Says:

    First off, I lol’d my butt into space at your Dumb and Dumber reference. +10000000 internets to you, sir.

    Second, a good way to eliminate messes is to have a clean ketchup bottle handy. Insert pancake mix into ketchup bottle and squirt into pan.

  166. AV Says:

    Nice recipe and comic, dude. I really enjoyed it.

  167. yodawg Says:

    preferably serve to a ladydude

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  170. Mike Says:

    Found this on Pintrest, decided to try it out after a few months after pinning it, and man am I torqued!

    I NEVER should have waited to make these.

    I’ve done them with and without apple and I have yet to have it turn out “bad”

    Thanks for this

  171. Shinta Says:

    Love the Tenacious D references here!! Never thought i’d see a reference like that anywhere

  172. Jessica Says:

    AMAZING!!!! best pancakes ive ever made. quite high on the romance scale as well. thank you!

  173. Argos Says:

    We got the cook book, and everything in it is great. But this recipe, printed in the book, calls for 3 1/2 CUPS of baking powder…which admittedly was my mistake for thinking it would need that much.

  174. Andrew Says:

    In the book, this recipe calls for 3 1/2 cups of baking powder. What is the correct amount?

  175. Andrew Says:

    What is the correct amount in the book for baking powder?

  176. Aaron Says:

    Hey Andrew, I believe it’s teaspoons. His other pancake recipe calls for 1 tablespoon, and this one’s similar, so probably in the same range.

  177. Doggypie Says:

    Your link to the strip is broken sir!

    Please fix πŸ™

  178. anniemo Says:

    Have just read the Fargo (ND) public library’s copy of your book, “Cooking Comically”, and enjoyed it. Found an error in the book, which I see you’ve corrected on this site. Book calls for 3.5 CUPS of baking powder in the recipe for Sexy Pancakes (pages 42-45).

  179. Nbay Says:

    Yeah, uh, I followed this same recipe in your book and it said 3 1/2 CUPS of baking powder, rather than the 3 1/2 TEASPOONS this web recipe calls for. Needless to say, it didn’t work out. I’m sure anyone familiar with cooking would pick up on this before actually wasting two whole cans of baking powder, but unfortunately I’m pretty fucking ignorant when it comes to cooking.

  180. Prajakta Says:

    Sexy process for sexy pancake

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