Team 12's Charly Edsitty takes some time to share her family's blue corn pancake recipe. Here's what you need to make your own perfect pancakes:2 cups ground blue corn meal (available in specialty stores and online) 1 cup flour 1 tsp. salt 1 tsp. baking powder 1 tbsp. shortening 2.5 cups milkMix all dry ingredients together in a bowl and add shortening. Using your hand, mix the dry ingredients with the shortening until incorporated. Slowly add the milk and mix until a batter consistency is achieved.
(KPNX) Christmas came early for employees at an Arizona diner when a guest left a $2,000 tip on a $17 tab. The staff at the Scottsdale 5 & Diner have dubbed the generous tipster a "secret Santa" who came in to eat breakfast on Saturday morning. A note on the receipt asked that the money be split among the staff, which means the nine employees will receive a little more than $200 each. "If he hears this, come back so we can thank you in person," said server Delia Meeks.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (KPNX) -- Christmas came early for staff at a Scottsdale 5 & Diner when a guest left a $2,000 tip on a $17 tab. "We immediately brought it up to the manager that was on duty and she couldn't believe it," said Delia Meeks, a server at the diner. "We were all excited. It made the day of everyone who was working." The staff have dubbed the generous tipster a "secret Santa" who came in to eat breakfast on Saturday morning.
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