This might be a strange question, but one that has always intrigued me. I've noticed, particularly in diners, that pancakes are served both as a sweet breakfast - with berries and other fruits, and also as a savoury, with sausages and eggs. Both look delicious - but what's the "usual" or "traditional" way to eat them at breakfast?
And what's the distinction between a stack and short stack.
FYI - in my neck of woods, pancakes are much thinner and served with gravy and stewmeat!