Slowly I am posting my recipes. When I got to this particular recipe, I asked my (now grown) son if he had liked it as a child. He said he remembered it, but could not remember if he liked it or not. Then he read the recipe... "Oh yeah, I remember it now, yes! Can you make it again?" I know it is a wonderful recipe. I have added my skills as a more experienced cook, and the skills of my husband's cooking to the directions. I just made this tonight, after a number of years, and it did take forever! First I got out all the equipment I needed and then did all the chopping and hacking--that is a long job! Then I started the rice. I found that if I did the pancakes one at a time in the wok, they were in perfect circles. Next time, I will keep them warm in the oven on a low temperature, or in the warming oven of the wood stove! My efforts were well appreciated. This is one of those "only once a year" type recipes! All the vegetables, and some of the ingredients are optional--use what you like best--this is just what we like. I revised my recipe to add the eggs to the wok first, then add the shrimp/vegetable mixture. I had frozen the leftover sauce and shrimp/vegetable mixture the last time I made it. Last night we had leftover rice, that I reheated in the microwave, sauce reheated on the stove top (I needed to whisk it to make it smooth), and I beat the eggs for the mixture. It took about 15 minutes to make dinner... and it was really good!