In case you still need some good luck this year, may I suggest making some Crepes on February 2 with a piece of gold in hand for La Chandeleur, aka Crepe Day, aka Candlemas. February 2nd is a celebration of the presentation of the child Jesus in the Christian faith. It is celebrated differently in… Continue reading Crepes for La Chandeleur (Crepe Day)
I haven't been that thrilled with some of the photography on my earlier posts, so I am doing some "Fall cleaning" and recreating recipes with better photos, such as these Sourdough Crepes. Depending on your perspective these are "tangy" crepes, or really thin sourdough pancakes. Either way they are a favorite in our house. We… Continue reading Sourdough Crepes plus Tasty Tuesdays Linky Party
A college buddy recently asked on Facebook if her friends cooked dinner every night. Her husband is working some crazy hours lately and she is pretty much a single working mom on most nights. She likes to serve healthy homemade meals to her kids, but she is getting a bit burned out. More than likely she… Continue reading Weeknight Meals
Crepes are one of those things that sound fancy and complicated but are actually pretty easy to make. So, when J asked me to make some the other day, I figured why not. Normally, I make them for breakfast and let him spread sweetened cream cheese and jelly on them, but this time I thought I'd… Continue reading Basic Crepes
Today is the 12th day since Christmas - the Feast of the Epiphany - the day to commemorate the arrival of the Magi in Bethlehem to honor the baby Jesus. Like most Americans growing up outside of the South, it wasn't a day I gave a second thought to until high school French class. Madame Claude Adams, shared with us the French… Continue reading I hear an Epiphany!