What about "He makes crepes with two frying pans at once" ?
"pans" not accepted. Reported
I used "fry" pans and think it should be acceptable.
Also, could you use the word "pancake" for crepe?
In Australia we say "frypans" rather than "frying pans". Predictably, that was stated as incorrect. Obviously, you have to speak "American", rather than English.....
Is it just me, or does the female voice sound bored to death?
What is wrong with pancakes?
Pancakes and crèpes are not the same. One is super thin and the other not. You try to roll a pancake and stuff it. Aint goin' to happen.
It's good to remember that difference, because there are languages that use the same word for both. For instance they are both called naleśniki in Polish.
I translated this "He makes crepes with two pans at the same time" and it said incorrect. Nobody would EVER say frying pans. They would say pans.
I would/do! (British English speaking former cook :) ) Both should be accepted.
And otherwise how would we know he's not an idiot tying to use two saucepans to fry crepes?!
Crêpes would be great
Where I speak a frying pan is the same thing as a skillet. Skillet is no accepted.