An Inside Look at Alaska Airlines' Infamous Pancake Maker

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  1. sobore
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    https://www.yahoo.com/travel/an-inside-look-at-alaska-airlines-infamous-124640990902.html

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    We travel writers are a difficult lot to impress. But whenAlaska Airlines made national news last summer for installing a pancake printing machine in its Board Room lounges, I squealed with delight (actually, it was more of a silent squeal; my Yahoo Travel colleagues don’t take kindly to squealing at work).

    News that an airline was allowing passengers access to a machine that makes something as wonderful as pancakes — little slices of sweet, fluffy goodness that you get to douse in sweet syrupy goodness — actually made me proud to be a human being. Sure, we destroy the planet, kill each other for no reason, and post satirical news stories on our Facebook feeds because we think they’re real. But an invention this wondrous, I thought, proves once and for all that we still deserve our place at the top of the food chain.


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    Is this machine any different from the one that has been churning
    out yummy breakfasts for the better part of a decade?
     
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    The fact is that a pancake is simply a white-flower coupler of butter and corn syrup.
     
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