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Pancake Day fans start furious debate over the perfect toppings with one branded ‘disgraceful’ and ‘so rank’ for suggesting tuna

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Fans sharing homemade crepes to celebrate Pancake Day have caused a stir after posting their favorite toppings, including chicken and mushrooms, on social media (file image)

People making homemade crepes to celebrate Pancake Day have caused a stir after sharing their favorite ingredients on social media, with no one able to agree on what is acceptable.

With traditional favorites like lemon and sugar, maple syrup and Nutella sure to be used as pancake toppings across the UK on Shrove Tuesday, others are much more adventurous with their selection.

Scorning more conventional options, some suggested chicken and mushrooms, while one was rounded out by saying tuna is the ideal topping.

Horrified X commenters called the idea “disgraceful”, while another agreed that putting canned fish in a crepe is “very disgusting”.

Fans sharing homemade crepes to celebrate Pancake Day have caused a stir after posting their favorite toppings, including chicken and mushrooms, on social media (file image)

While traditional favorites such as lemon and sugar, maple syrup and Nutella are sure to be used as pancake toppings across the UK on Shrove Tuesday, others caused a stir with their selection.

While traditional favorites such as lemon and sugar, maple syrup and Nutella are sure to be used as pancake toppings across the UK on Shrove Tuesday, others caused a stir with their selection.

Author Jodie Robins also revealed that her husband likes chicken and mushroom pancakes and posted:

Author Jodie Robins also revealed that her husband likes chicken and mushroom pancakes, posting: “It’s Pancake Day, the day my husband and I argue about what kind of pancake is right.” He grew up on chicken and mushroom pancakes. I grew up with lemon and sugar. It will always be lemon and sugar.’

Author Jodie Robins also revealed that her husband likes chicken and mushroom pancakes, posting: “It’s Pancake Day, the day my husband and I argue about what kind of pancake is right.”

He grew up on chicken and mushroom pancakes. I grew up with lemon and sugar. It will always be lemon and sugar.’

Survey

What’s your favorite pancake topping?

  • sugar and lemon 16 votes
  • Tuna 0 votes
  • Chicken and mushrooms 0 votes
  • Chocolate 4 votes
  • Fruit 1 votes
  • Bacon 1 votes
  • just sugar 0 votes
  • Maple or golden syrup 8 votes
  • Cheese 0 votes

One user was furious: I couldn’t try the salty thing and still haven’t. It will always be maple syrup.’

A second tagged one of his friends in a reply, stating that he is a “fan of sardines and hummus, and a little ketchup on his pancakes too!” To each their own, I guess.’

Another said they would choose to opt for “jam or Nutella.”

A fourth user said their preferred choice for pancake topping is “garlic butter.”

Another post read: “Pretty much like honey and blueberries in mine.”

In the Christian calendar, Shrove Tuesday marks the last holiday before Lent officially begins tomorrow.

However, pancakes aren’t the only Shrove Tuesday tradition in the UK.

On that day, always 47 days before Easter Sunday, Britons in the north of England also celebrate the day with a centenary football match.

The Royal Shrovetide football match is taking place in Ashbourne, Derbyshire.

He sees the Up’ards – those born north of Henmore Brook, which runs through the city – and the Down’ards, those born south of the river – take to the streets where they compete to hit a ball three times on stone pedestals that They act as goals.

The annual two-day spectacle, in which players carry the ball across an open field while volunteer stewards keep watch, has been going on since at least 1667 and looks more like a rugby match than a football match.

The match is played from 2:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. on both Shrove Tuesday and the following day, Ash Wednesday, but goals are rare due to the size of the field.

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