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  • He Did What With Pancakes?

    For Jim Belosic of Reno, Nevada, pancakes are more than just a breakfast food. He runs a website, <a href="http://www.jimspancakes.com/" target="external">Jimspancakes.com</a>, showing the artistic pancakes he makes for his 3-year-old daughter, Allie. The 3-D dinosaur bones pancakes shown here were inspired by a trip to the American Museum of Natural History in New York.
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    Here is Jim's recreation of the Golden Gate Bridge.
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    Most pancakes are round, just like this Ferris wheel. Jim's daughter Allie admires the latest work of pancake art.
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    Don't be confused by the photo. This burger and fries may look real, but they're made of pancakes.
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    Can't decide between pancakes and bacon and eggs? Have both at the same time.
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    Just in time for Father's Day, Jim made a pancake version of the famous dad, Homer Simpson.
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    Need to get ready for an early morning round of golf? How about this pancake putting green, complete with a ball and club?
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    Pancake or crab cake? Jim's crab pancake would make for a confusing menu item.
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    On a recent camping trip, Jim didn't want to make a fire, so he made pancakes instead. Unfortunately, pancake fires aren't very effective for roasting s'mores, so he made those out of pancakes, too.
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    Jim's daughter Allie wears a pancake tie that he made for Father's Day.
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    Jim sports bling made from a pancake artist's most precious substance -- pancake batter.
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