Today is Shrove Tuesday, but where did the name come from and has it always been linked to pancakes? Brian Stormont found out.
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Shrove Tuesday is the precursor to the Christian fasting period Lent, but for most of us it means one beautiful thing – Pancake Day.
Feast your eyes on these fabulous pancakes in celebration of Shrove Tuesday because nothing says glamour like a full stomach.
It’s Pancake Day: (un)officially the greatest day of the year because we can eat a stupid amount of them – for breakfast, lunch AND dinner if we so desire – with absolutely zero judgment.
You know the drill – every year, Pancake Day comes round and every year you probably go for the same old toppings…right?