On a recent trip to the ocean, the founders of the Northwest Flapjack Society decided to prove that everyone loves flapjacks. We were also hoping to spread some of our famous flapjack love. After we all enjoyed our flapjacks we went to the beach on a quest for birds. And with a plate full of flapjacks, we waited. However, as soon as one would appear, it would fly away from the flying flapjack. For some reason, it seemed that the seagulls didn't want our flapjacks. After chasing a flock and throwing deliciousness at them, the birds caught on. The first one (the leader?) took a whole flapjack off the sand and swallowed it. Soon it was a flapjack feeding frenzy. As soon as the seagulls had devoured our plate full, a flock of small birds flew by, but unfortunately, they were too late. The moral of this story is, if someone offers you a flapjack, accept it. Always. And seagulls, consider the flapjack love spread! 
 
 
Dear Flapjack lovers,
Merry Christmas (Or as you are supposed to say, Happy Holidays!). From all of us here at the Northwest Flapjack Society, have a wonderful holiday full of love, joy, and flapjacks. 
 
 
Dear readers of the Flapping Jack,
I am deeply sorry for the lack of current blogs. I have been quite busy with things that unfortunately have nothing to do with Flapjacks. Just because I have failed you, do not lose hope in Flapjacks. They are much more dependable then people, (of course, I am not suggesting that anyone try to marry a Flapjack) I do hope that they will always remain a part of your life. So keep calm and eat a Flapjack. <3
 
 
Okay, welcome to your first day of Flapjack Academy where we teach you all about Flapjacks! Your first assignment... Make some flapjacks of your own and enjoy! If you would like a picture of your Flapjack to appear on the website, please send it to our email. northwestflapjacksociety@gmail.com 
 
 
All right, its time for a love story. 
When a Flapjack is born, it is not actually a Flapjack but simply a bowl of batter. It is not until the batter is poured into the hot pan that it begins to take shape. As the Flapjack grows, it turns golden brown, light and fluffy. Its journey and transformation is a truly incredible one.
Jack and Jackie grew this way as well.

One morning a girl woke up and decided to make some Flapjacks for breakfast. She mixed enough batter for exactly two, perfect Flapjacks. She poured them both into the pan and watched as they started to spread out and grow together. Perhaps it was fate, but she decided to let the two fuse together instead of separating them. And so of course, the Flapjacks had found each other. It was like love at first sight...
 
 
Today I ate Flapjacks for breakfast. Just thought I would let everyone know. 
 
 
At the Northwest Flapjack Society, we may not be curing cancer or winning the Nobel Prize. But we are spreading Flapjack awareness. That to us os one of the most important things that someone can do. To an outsider, this whole thing may seem rather pointless. You may ask, Why Flapjacks? And that is a valid question. Why should you care about Flapjacks, why do we care? The answer to that is very simple. Flapjacks are different. They are not pancakes. They just make us smile in a way that no breakfast food before had. So we dedicated all this time for a thing that makes us Smile. All we can hope is that it will do the same for you. Maybe you are looking for a change, see if Flapjacks are the answ
 
 
Most people have heard that love makes the world go around, but what kind of love exactly? Well at the Northwest Flapjack Society, it is flapjack love that spins us around. You see, Flapjacks are possibly the greatest food, for sure the greatest breakfast food. So share a Flapjack with a friend and spread a little Flapjack love. From all the good people at the Northwest Flapjack Society, have a Flapjacktastic day. 
 
 
We are terrible. We were under the impression that british flapjacks and american flapjacks were the same thing! We were wrong. They are not. We are sorry.
 
 
Like life, flapjacks have their ups and downs. What goes up, must come down. The flapjack can teach us this lesson very well. So let us all appreciate flapjacks in all of their great glory. And like every scoop of batter is transformed into a flapjack... the