Can you smell the enchiladas? Can you smell the pancakes? Can you smell the enchilada pancakes?
There's the pancakes-disguised-as-enchiladas aspect, here, but the example of having a lot of fun with the Aunt Jemima recipes is great. The flavor's bright as Old Mexico at fiesta time—and the simple figurines establish an intriguing table theme that salutes your imagination. This idea is catching on in Hollywood and along Park Avenue. Oh, to be a copywriter for this one. Fantastic.
Maybe you're more of a hot dog and pancakes person. You're in luck with this one...
Those are slices of hotdogs with pancake batter poured over them. The copywriter got excited writing... Serve immediately with hot syrup or barbecue sauce...and yell "'Penny-Cakes' ahoy!" The copywriter loved extensive use of punctuation. And quotes. Or should I say "quotes."
You might be surprised to know these "recipes" come from this booklet:
Because pancakes aren't unlimited, they're "unlimited."