Gino Gelatos in Whitewater Shopping Centre will be serving free traditional crepes from 9 am to 12 noon on Pancake Tuesday.
It is part of a giveaway in their 15 locations nationwide.
Pancake Tuesday! We have added new delicious 😋 crepes to our menu! We will be serving Free traditional crepes from 9 am to 12 am. You all very welcome.
Gino's Gelato am Mittwoch, 27. Februar 2019
Pancake Tuesday's the day where it is acceptable to fill your fluffy pancake - or crepe - with whatever you like without feeling guilty.
The regular additions of lemon, sugar and some strawberry jam are the classics, while those who go for the more calorie filled edition plump for chocolate spread, bananas or strawberries on top.
The crepes on offer will be topped with lemon and sugar.
Did you know? – 10 fun facts you may not know about Pancake Tuesday!
Pancake Tuesday or Shrove Tuesday is traditionally the final day to eat what you want before Lent starts
It started with people using up the last of their butter, sugar and eggs before fasting, but now it’s a great excuse to enjoy lots and lots of tasty pancakes, topped with all of your favourite things
In the United States, Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and Ireland, Shrove Tuesday is more often called Pancake Day or Pancake Tuesday
Mardi Gras is the French term for Fat Tuesday. It is tradition on this day to consume rich foods prior to the beginning of Lent the following day
In German-American populations Pancake Tuesday is also referred to as Fastnacht Day
Pancake Tuesday falls exactly 47 days before Easter Sunday. This means that the date can move depending on when Easter Sunday falls
Not all countries eat pancakes on Shrove Tuesday. In Finland, they eat green pea soup and pastry. In Iceland, they eat salted meat and peas
In Switzerland, the day is referred to as Gudisdienstag which is derived from a word that means 'a stomach full of food
In Russia and Ukraine Christian festivals are also traditionally associated with pancakes at that time of year
Because Pancake Tuesday is a moveable feast it can fall anywhere between February 3 rd to March 9 th
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