Presents a collection of recipes for crãepes, with a range of fillings and sauces for meat, vegetable, and dessert dishes, with instructions for creating the basic crãepe and several variations.
Introduces the equipment and techniques for making crepes, waffles, and omelets, and shares a variety of sweet and savory recipes
Martha Holmberg is uniquely equipped to bring crêpes into the home kitchen. Trained at the renowned La Varenne cooking school, she has been a food writer, editor, and cook in the United States, England, and France for the past two decades. Her lifelong love of this favorite food is apparent throughout this collection of 50 sweet and savory recipes, ranging from the simple and snacky Butter-Sugar-Lemon of her teenage years to the crepe cakes and cannelloni of an accomplished cook. Her encouraging instructions and master formulas produce beautiful crepes and tempting sauces and fillings that pay homage to the classics while also playing with ambitious and fascinating flavor combinations and ingredients.
Be it morning, noon, or midnight, breakfast foods can be the perfect meal! Who can resit the wholesome aroma of pancakes or waffles cooking or the lure of a more elegant crepe? This mouth-watering collection from Avner Laskin includes approximately 80 recipes, ranging from culinary basics to luxurious taste treats such as Whole Grain Pancakes, Rice Flour Pancakes, Waffles with Pears and Golden Syrup, Waffles with Vanilla Ice Cream and Hot Chocolate, Crepes Suzette, Sweet Crepe Normandy, and Waffles with Creamy Seafood Sauce. Recipes are accompanied by close-up, full color photographs, with complete ingredient lists and clear instructions.
Ever dream of having a 3-crepe meal? Now you can with this vintage recipe book of all things crepe! Start off with that brunch favorite, the Cheese Blintz, followed by a lovely Mushroom Crepe, and then top off the adventure with a delectable Tutti-Frutti Crepe (complete with mandarin oranges, raspberries, and bananas). Concoct wine-enriched Crepes St. Jacques, or hearty Crepes Stroganoff. Channel Julia Child as you set Crepes Suzette ablaze. An assortment of recipes for pancakes and fritters, the crepe's delicious cousins, are also included. Enhance the fruits of the tree with German Apple Pancakes, or those of the sea with Oyster Fritters. According to editor Edna Beilenson, "the fillings for the crepes are bounded only by your own imagination and the ingredients in your cupboard." So whip out your crepe pan and start creating!
Delicious recipes for waffles, crêpes and pancakes that appeal to young and old alike and fit in with all styles of eating, whether on the move or at the table. Creating food that's perfect for parties and ideal for snacks and impromptu meals. Includes both quick and easy recipes, including some old favourites, as well as more adventurous recipes requiring a little more preparation. Perfect for those cooking basic waffles, crêpes and pancakes from scratch and also for those who buy ready-made waffles, crêpes and pancakes for reheating but want to use the recipes to make a filling or topping. Explains how to get perfect results every time, using the equipment that's now available on the market, and how to successfully freeze and reheat them.
An Amish Bed and Breakfast Mystery with Recipes – PennDutch Mysteries #9 When kindly Lizzie Mast, a local Amish woman—and Hernia’s worst cook—is found poisoned by a bad plate of crepes, bumbling local police chief, Melvin Stoltzfus, begs Magdalena Yoder, the irrepressible owner (and sleuth extraordinaire!) of the PennDutch Inn, to help him investigate. With her bed and breakfast full of quirky guests, and her handsome new boyfriend to entertain, Magdalena isn’t sure she has time for Stoltzfus’s foolery. Cleverly (and frugally!) she puts her seven guests on A.L.P.O. (the Amish Lifestyle Plan Option), where guests pay an additional fee for the opportunity to cook for themselves, clean for themselves and do Magdalena’s chores for her. Still, solving the crime won’t be a plate of flapjacks; Lizzie’s husband blames the neighbor’s ‘Amish gone wild’ sons; whose rumschpringa exploits are wreaking havoc but even more shocking, the trail of clues leads straight back to the PennDutch Inn...and Magdalena fears that this killer is cooking up something flat-out deadly!!!
"How can it be gluten free cookbook collection combines recipes previously published in The how can it be gluten free cookbook, volumes 1 and 2"--Title page verso.