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  • n. Plural form of crepe.


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  • Then why didn't you tell my ass that "crepes" is French for "wax paper"?

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  • This is delicious mixed with jam in crepes, or with pasta.

    Culture Me « Dyepot, Teapot

  • A whole family of brunch dishes are based on a fermented batter of rice and urad dal, including steamed cakes called idlis, paper-thin crepes called dosas and thick pancakes called uttapam.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • And it’s so addictive you’ll be hard pressed to do anything but just eat it straight out of the pot with a spoon, though it’s good on ice cream, in crepes and tortillas or on apple slices as well.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Another one of the delights found was something we really enjoy and those are well prepared thin crepes.

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  • The British pancakes are actually more like what we would call crepes here.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • I love dulce de leche, especially over ice cream or in crepes.

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  • Given all that snazz, the crepes were a humble affair, paper-thin and cooked crispy around the edges, garnished only with two tomato slices.

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  • '' The crepes are a little too thick, '' she says, and tells Louie his first ones aren't cooked properly, either.


  • Try local specialities such as crepes, at La Musardiere, which serves dinner under a red and white striped awning on a terrace overlooking a garden. Top Stories


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