Edible art

Nora West (right) works at The Plains Library and she had a great idea. She wanted to make a pancake into a work of art and bring the process to the library. So the materials were gathered: a griddle, cookie cutters and ketchup squeeze bottles full of colorful pancake batter. The workshop participants wasted no time in creating multi-colored stars, hearts and even a horse. Although the pancakes were edible, no one was interested in eating their works of art. Elisabeth Clapp (left) and Vanessa McGee make artistic decisions in making their creations.

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