Humps & Hills (tee, hee)

I was taking requests this morning for breakfast. So today was bacon (of course), and a traditional favorite from Corinne’s side of the family: Norwegian Oven Pancakes (aka: Humps & Hills).

Humps and Hills

(Insert Butt-Head laugh here.)

The breakfast part was a fantastic success in spite of Corinne’s derisive laughter at my inability to use her great-grandma’s mixer. (My Mom didn’t love me enough to teach me to use a hand mixer correctly.)

The mixer

All four of the still-at-home kids go nuts for Humps & Hills, and it’s great to see something that gets teenagers excited and engaged.

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But the sophomoric giggling part of breakfast was even better than usual this morning because last night, Molly and I (and Josh and Quinn at various times) watched most of Beavis & Butt-Head Do America. (It’s 1 hour, 20 minutes. I made it through 1 hour, which, I’m quite certain is a new record for anyone over 40.)

So Molly and I spent this morning sharing good food and breathy, stoner chuckles at quasi-dirty jokes. Family bonding is in the eye of the beholder.

5 thoughts on “Humps & Hills (tee, hee)

  1. Hey, we almost made that very thing this morning too. But we call them Hootenanny pancakes. We didn’t make up that name. In the end, it was waffles for us.

  2. That’s total father/daughter bonding Skoog… As a teenager, my Dad and I saw Beavis & Butthead Do America when it was in the theatre. I’m pretty sure we were the only Dad/teen daughter combo in a theatre filled with prepubescent boys but it was still pretty great.

  3. Skoog, that’s total father-daughter bonding right there. When I was a teengaer, my
    y dad and I saw Beavis and Butthead Do America when it was out in theaters… I think we were the only father/daughter combo amongst a bunch of prepubescent boys but it was still a pretty good time.

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