from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A light soft thin fabric of silk, cotton, wool, or another fiber, with a crinkled surface. Also called crape.
- n. See crape.
- n. Crepe paper.
- n. Crepe rubber.
- n. A very thin small pancake, often stuffed and rolled up.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A soft thin light fabric with a crinkled surface.
- n. A very thin pancake.
- n. crepe paper
- n. Rubber in sheets used especially for shoe soles.
- n. A death notice printed on white card with a background of black crepe paper or cloth, placed on a the door of a residence or business.
The crepe is unbelievably light and tasty and looks so pretty too.
Mushroom and Cheese crepe from the cart on 50th btw. 6+7th (which is run by the same people who operate the crepe cart on 53rd btw. 5+6th, in front of Moma).
Every crepe is made to order, right in front of you, by Madeleine herself.
As the pizza-sized crepe is folded, a dollop of butter is added to each side that touches the griddle.
For a change of pace, a jambon et fromage crepe is a good choice.
The dry quality of that church steeple, the dried flowers, … and the sea anchor wrapped in black crepe from the seamen’s funerals … totally New England.
You can eat it flat or roll it up like a crepe, which is how they eat it in Turkey.
#33 – The last time I checked, a crepe was a tasty pastry.
Any of you who had surgical experience in the last war will recall the crepe paper bandages which just wouldn't stay put under any circumstances.
I came here for dinner last night and ordered takeout - I had the La Bergere crepe, which is a buckwheat flour crepe filled with goat cheese, fig, honey, rosemary, and caramelized onions.