If you love crepes, you've probably noticed that there are very few cookbooks out there devoted exclusively to our favorite subject! Sadly, the few that do exist are more than 20 years old! And if you haven't noticed, crepes have come a long way since then. Once considered just street food, crepes are now revered for their versatility, ease of preparation, and extremely low cost. Most important of all, they're delicious! The Essential Guide to Crepes is a 60-page book that gives step-by-step instructions (with pictures) on how to make the world's best crepes with a modern twist. We've included the top 25 recipes from the World of Crepes website and 10 bonus recipes not found anywhere else.This includes recipes for our favorite side dishes, as well as recipes, strategies, and wine recommendations for throwing an unforgettable crepe party. Because The Essential Guide to Crepes is an electronic book, you'll be able to download it directly onto your computer or phone and print the pages as you need them. This format allows us to offer the book at the low introductory price of just $6.95. Order today and you'll receive exciting new recipes such as Steak Au Poivre with Cognac Sauce in Crepes, Cherry Almond Dessert Crepes and Chocolate Crepes with Crème de Menthe Chantilly. It's the perfect "after-dinner" mint to our full Crepe Party Menu, also included.
|Publisher:||Ashley T. Memory|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
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About the Author
My love for crepes goes all the way back to the age of 8, when my parents first took me to a delightful restaurant called “Frenchy’s” in Greensboro, North Carolina. There they served crepes with the most delicious savory fillings that were topped with cheese and baked again in individual serving dishes until crusty on the outside. Although the restaurant did not endure, its presence in my formative years inspired an enduring love for France and all things French—the history, the people and the food. My father taught me to cook and it was from him that I learned the joys of reliving our favorite travel memories in the kitchen. And along the way, a curious thing happened. Everything we made—whether beef burgundy or even chicken tarragon—simply tasted better wrapped up in a crepe. A crepe is so much more than a thin pancake. It is a platform for the imagination. Our passion led to the launch of World of Crepes, the internet’s only website dedicated solely to the crepe. It includes recipes, tips, techniques and even reviews of our favorite creperies. And while we’ve not been offered our own cooking show, we were honored to earn the title of “The Official Dessert of the 2009 Citrus Parade” in Orlando, Florida for our recipe for Crepes with Tangerines and Honey.
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