Why we'd eat pancakes at Prasino all day long
Get in your car. Drive to the Streets of St. Charles. Go to Prasino. Order the Prasino Cakes. That’s it. The menu is huge, but this is why you’re here. Whether it’s two blocks or 15 miles, these pancakes are worth the trek.
Subtly tangy with buttermilk and absurdly fluffy, they’re both totally classic and uniquely good. Our advice is to order a stack, butter every layer, cut it into a grid, and go hard with the syrup, which will flood between the squares. Trust us – we’ve whittled this down to a science.
Adam Rothbarth is a staff writer at Sauce Magazine.
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