The Fluffiest Pancakes You’ll Ever Eat (Part 3 – Cooking 3:54-end)

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Warm Up Questions

  1. Let’s talk about seasonal Japanese ingredients.
  2. Compare Japanese cuisine with the traditional food of a country you visited.
  3. Do you think you could some create a fusion cuisine dishes using inspiration from another country?
  4. If you had to give up everything but one type of dish (eg ramen), what would you choose?
  5. Compare the diets of Japanese people and Americans. What do you think about fad diets?

Listening (Please play the video from 3:54 to the end only)

  1. What kind of pan should you use, and why?
  2. Is it essential to control the size of the pancakes?
  3. How do you know when it’s time to flip the pancakes?

Key Words & Phrases

  1. Radically
  2. Non-stick pan
  3. Guarantee
  4. Flat and uniform
  5. Cast iron
  6. Glorious craggy pockets
  7. Soaking up
  8. Over medium heat
  9. You can(use oil) if you want to, but
  10. It’ll make your pancakes taste (more like a doughnut) rather than(a pancake.)
  11. Which is fine, if that’s your thing!
  12. Turn the heat down to medium-low
  13. To ensure everything cooks evenly
  14. We found that …
  15. A hefty third cup of batter
  16. The ideal sized pancakes
  17. Customize
  18. I’m a berry type of girl myself, but you can go crazy.
  19. Bubbles pop up on the surface
  20. That’s your green light
  21. Don’t be discouraged
  22. I mean, and no one has to know. It’s a snack just for you.
  23. Golden brown
  24. That’s pretty much it!
  25. Shocker – it’s tasty
  26. And there you have it.
  27. You’ve got yourself the perfect stack of fluffy buttermilk pancakes.
  28. Sure,(they aren’t the most complicated thing to make, and don’t take that long.)But(if you really wanna upgrade your weekend, skip the box mix.)
  29. We mean it.
  30. These are the pancakes where people came running in the office.
  31. Someone shook my hand after saying, “thank you for bringing these into our life.”


  1. Continue your condensed recipe from the previous lesson!
  2. When following a recipe, are you always very precise with using ingredients, after amount and following directions?
  3. Choose a favorite of yours, and practice using cooking verbs to write procedures.