However, this is the pan that came down last night to make our pancakes. We won it in the Cutlery and Catering Blog Competition last year.
Amidst the lemon squeezing and sugar sprinkling frenzy last night, I managed to take only one photo. Quite frankly, it looks a little obscene and I really couldn't compete with the beautiful photo on Lavender and Lovage. Suffice it to say, our Pancake Pan worked wonders and our Pancakes were very tasty.
So, Ash Wednesday, a day that should remind us all of our own mortality... why am I planning fish for supper?
It is traditional during Lent to eat no meat, eggs or dairy produce. What's left? Fish.
Personally, I find it curious that faced with 40 days potentially filled with fish, people would be so eager to jump in and have fish on the first day of Lent.
Still, as a nod to Lent and because it is Ash Wednesday, we shall have fish.
We would probably have had fish anyway, if I am honest.
Steve cooked at the weekend and during his trip to the Fish Market for his menu he picked up some "Fish Bits" that the stallholders helpfully sell for making Fish Pies & etc.
He also made Fish Stock and I have leftovers from that.
The only question now is... Chowder or Fish Pie?