Flapjack Faces As Fine Art

Try New Jersey pancake artist Bill Smith's technique at home with this how-to guide from Food Network Magazine. Photographs by Karl Juengel
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Bill Smith paints the outline of the face and hair with a thin squeeze bottle filled with batter.

Continuing the outline, he lets the lines cook slightly so they become the darkest part of the pancake.

He fills in the remaining gaps with a final ladle of batter.

Cook pancake until golden; flip and serve.

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Using a batter-filled squeeze bottle, Smith drew the outline of each face and let the lines cook slightly, then filled in the gaps with more batter. The outlines cooked longer, so they were darker than the rest of the pancake.

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