Saturday, February 13, 2010

Assigment 2 : Pancake madness..

Subject : Pancake 1
Dimensions : 2144 x 1424
Date Picture Taken : 1/30/2010 <11.37AM>
Camera Model : Nikon D90
Saiz : 1.63MB
Angle : Eye level
           A pancake is a thin, flat cake prepared from a batter and cooked on a hot griddle or fryin pan. Most pancakes are quick breads; some use a yeast-raised or fermented batter. Most pancakes are cooked one side on a griddle and flipped partway through to cook the other side.  



Subject : Pancake 2
Dimensions : 1424 x 2149
Date Picture Taken : 1/30/2010 <11.40AM>    
Camera Model : Nikon D90
Saiz : 1.68MB 
Angle : 45 degree centre

             An American or Canadian pancakes (sometimes called hotcakes, griddlecakes, or flapjacks in the U.S.) are Scotch pancakes which contain a raising agent such as baking powder; proportions of eggs, flour, and milk or buttermilk create a thick batter. Sugar and spices such as cinnamon, vanilla and nutmeg are added. This batter is ladled or poured onto a hot surface, and spreads to form a circle about ¼ or ⅓ inch (1 cm) thick. The raising agent causes bubbles to rise to the uncooked side, when the pancake is flipped. These pancakes, very light intexture, are served at breakfast topped with maple syrup, butter, peanut butter, jelly, jam, fruit or honey. In the Southern United States, cane syrup and molasses have also been common toppings. Some pancake recipes call for yogurt to give the pancakes a semi-thick, relatively moist consistency. As one of humankind's oldest forms of bread, the versatile pancake has hundreds of variations and is served for breakfast, lunch and dinner and as appetizers, entrĂ©es and desserts. Pancakes begin as a batter that is poured into rounds, either on a griddle or in a skillet, and cooked over high heat. Depending on the region, pancakes may be served at any time, with a variety of toppings or fillings including jam, fruit, syrup or meat.

Subject : Pancake 3
Dimensions : 1414 x 1897
Date Picture Taken : 1/30/2010 <11.44AM> Camera Model : Nikon D90
Saiz : 1.72MB 
Angle : 65 degrees center

           A flapjack is a thick small pancake, generally around 10 cm in diameter. Flapjacks are often served in a stack with syrup and butter, which can be accompanied with bacon. The terms pancake and flapjack are often confused and today in the US are nearly synonymous. The Oxford English Dictionary records the word flapjack as being used as early as the beginning of the 17th century, referring to a flat tart or pan-cake. Shakespeare refers to flapjack in Pericles, Prince of Tyre, but this is one of the many anachronisms in his historical plays and does not suggest that he thought it was a middle eastern dish, merely a common English dessert of the time:

"Come, thou shant go home, and we'll have flesh for holidays, fish for fasting-days, and moreo'er puddings and flap-jacks, and thou shalt be welcome." Act II Scene I

The word elements: flap- meaning a tossed mixture and jack, an uncertain word suggesting a variety, imply any ingredients could be called a flapjack

Subject : Pancake 4
Dimensions : 2144 x 1424
Date Picture Taken : 1/30/2010 <11.53AM>
Camera Model : Nikon D90
Saiz : 1.85MB
Angle : 65 degrees center

Subject : Pancake 5
Dimensions : 2144 x 1424
Date Picture Taken : 1/16/2010 <11.51AM>
Camera Model : Nikon D90
Saiz : 1.75MB
Angle : 45 degrees center

Subject : Pancake 6
Dimensions : 2002 x 1377
Date Picture Taken : 1/30/2010 <11.52AM>
Camera Model : Nikon D90
Saiz : 1.74MB
Angle : 45 degrees right


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