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I want to talk about how wonderful these blini are! I like to think of them as a nice cross between a pancake and a crepe. I like them so much that I offer you one piece of advice: If you've never had blini make them. and soon! Since they are often served with sour cream and caviar you might consider making them for New Year's Eve. Don't relegate them to New Year's however. Make them whenever you want a little something different. In fact, blini are good for dinner and breakfast. On a Saturday night, make a batch for dinner and save some batter. Then, on Sunday morning, you'll wake up to an already prepared pancake batter. A drizzle of maple syrup and some crispy bacon are ideal companions to blini. An easy to make dish that is as comfortable on the dinner table as it is on the breakfast table. Could it get any better? I didn't think so. . . . (to read the remainder of this article, please log in below.)
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