CREPE-MAKING WORDLESS WEDNESDAY




 

 

 

 

 

 









 

39 comments:

Bob said...

Want.

A Year on the Grill said...

except for yum. I am speechless

Sarah said...

There is a crepe lady at the farmers market in Hillcrest, it is amazing to watch her work!

T.W. Barritt at Culinary Types said...

I love these photos! Would you share the address?

high low said...

Looks yummy! Where is it?

Megan said...

Mmm... I love crepes, especially with Nutella. I don't eat them often enough!

kat said...

great photo series

Tasty Eats At Home said...

Awesome photos. I have never tried to make crepes and this doesn't inspire confidence - it looks hard!

jdoug said...

Cool Photos! Where is this? I wan't crepes now.

food with style said...

yum, i love these~

Fresh Local and Best said...

T.W. - Oh! I am so sorry, this crepe stand was a temporary kiosk during the holidays at Bryant Park. It was disassembled earlier this week. I'll keep an eye out for other crepe locations.

Best,

Christine

Fresh Local and Best said...

High/low - Just saw your comment. I'll keep you posted too when I find another crepe location.

Katherine Aucoin said...

Great photos, but you're a tease - lol!

Gera @ Sweets Foods Blog said...

Who need words with these addictive crepes, mmm with dulce de leche :)

Cheers,

Gera

Kitchen Butterfly said...

Yum. Yum. Yum. Reminds me of Paris

Sook said...

Wow, Christine, I want some of that right now. I'm so hungry.

♥peachkins♥ said...

yum!

Roseiro.Pedro said...

Crepes are much fun to do.
Do you have any special recipe for it?

doggybloggy said...

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Erica said...

Wow! I love crepes!!!!!

The Duo Dishes said...

The sweet crepes sold in Paris are delightful of course, but the savory ones top the list! Maybe we should all install a crepe plate like that in our kitchens, so we can have them whenever we like!

Unplanned Cooking said...

There's nothing like a good crepe... can't decide whether I prefer a chocolate filled one or a cheese filled one... maybe one for lunch, the other for dessert :).

Bridgett said...

No words needed as your photos tell their own tale. Delicious!

Andrea@WellnessNotes said...

Beautiful! Reminds me of my time in Southern France... :)

Victor said...

Delicate. Very delicate. Takes a feminine touch to create such a lovely thin crisp looking crepe. I wish I can taste it.

Esme said...

I am sitting here debating whether or not to eat my Christmas See's and I see crepes. Now I want Chocolate crepes.

Kim said...

This looks like a really fun place to go to! Those are some huge crepes:D

Mimi said...

Crepes, no words needed.
Mimi

Kathleen said...

I had the best crepes in my life in Berlin! I love them! Haven't found any in Socal :(

Belinda @zomppa said...

Give me some nutella! =) You're on our roll - yay!

Susan-CookingtoSave said...

These look yummy! I am going to attempt to make them for dinner next week and add some savory fillings!

Natashya KitchenPuppies said...

So thin! That is talent.

Beth said...

I know I can make crepes at home, but one of those sidewalk grill stands always does them best!

happy belated WW!

5 Star Foodie said...

Yum!

Jessica@Foodmayhem said...

Love the idea of wordless Wed, sad that it's already gone. boo

Mini Baker said...

I just found your blog and I love it! I will be checking back often :)
-Mini Baker
ps. I LOVEEE crepes! mmm my mouth is watering now!

and this blog said...

makes me miss PAris....

Katy ~ said...

It's like a ballet ... beautiful!

zenchef said...

Oh gawd, i shouldn't be looking at these pictures at 11:30pm. I have a HUGE craving now for crepes and nutella now. A refrigerator raid is in order. Thanks for sharing. :)