Great American Pancakes


Over the Labor Day weekend, my family traveled to a cabin in northern Minnesota, as many families must have done, based upon the amount of traffic coming back into Minneapolis on Monday. On our return trip, our caravan of cars decided to look for a Perkins for breakfast (I grew up in Iowa and for my sister and me, Perkins = childhood. Remember the wishing well?) Rather than using our phones to locate one, we simply looked for a large American flag.

My husband asked an interesting question – could Perkins stop other restaurants from using a large American flag since “everyone knows it means Perkins?”

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