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Share your disappointing pancake day efforts

Television journalist Alastair Stewart poses before the annual Parliamentary Pancake Race in Westminster in London.
Television journalist Alastair Stewart poses before the annual Parliamentary Pancake Race in Westminster in London. Photograph: Neil Hall/EPA

Shrove Tuesday is a sacred day in the UK’s pancake-eating calendar. This moveable feast was celebrated as long ago as the Middle Ages, as this important historical footage reveals.

Despite this occasion happening every year – and the recipe and process being relatively simplepeople continue to get it wrong. If you’re making pancakes today, we would love to see your underwhelming attempts.

How to contribute

Share your pictures via the contribute buttons on this article. Let us know when and where the photograph was taken, how many pancakes you eat on an average pancake day, and whether you consider your creation good, terrible, or middling.

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This article titled "Share your disappointing pancake day efforts" was written by Guardian readers, for theguardian.com on Tuesday 13 February 2018 01.48pm

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