hotcake hotcake  /ˈhɑt ˌkeɪk/


  • (n) a flat cake of thin batter fried on both sides on a griddle


  1. With the same smooth manner that once sold vacuum cleaners at hotcake speed, Businessman Johnston heartily backslapped his way among the proletariat.
  2. Inventory can flip faster than a hotcake and new stuff is always coming in.
  3. Apparently hotcake sales are in the single digits in Brooklyn these days.


  • Pancake day!

    Batter up. The Athens Kiwanis will again be feeding hundreds of hotcake lovers on Tuesday when the annual Pancake Day rolls around. Not only will there be mounds of pancake batter, but plenty of syrup, sausage, coffee and juice for those who choose to come out. They’ll be serving at Cain Center from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.   Unlike 2012, when political maneuvering delayed the primary elections, this ...
    on March 1, 2014     Source: Athens Daily Review

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