This is pretty damn random.
After GRR last year we ate at a Pannekoeken Huis in suburban Minneapolis, which I guess is a regional chain of family restaurants featuring these wacky Dutch pancakes called Pannekoeken. And when they serve them to you, they say, "pannekoeken," loudly enough for at least several nearby tables to hear.
Today I saw a Pannekoeken Café, on Western just south of Lawrence (east side of the street, so on the outside of Lincoln Square, as in the real triangle of Lincoln Square, in case the incredulous among you want to StreetView it). I was on a southbound Western Ave. Express bus coming back home from Devon, where I went to get urad dal flour, because it was the only place in the city I was confident I could find it. It's a long trip. In retrospect, the recipe I'm following allows a substitution involving mung beans, and I almost certainly could have found mung beans in nearby Chinatown, so I probably should have just gone there. But by going to Devon I saw Pannekoeken!
OK, enough of that. Tomorrow is for cooking and going to Urbana. One of these days I will bike to Urbana, but not tomorrow.