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Crêpes [Wednesday 23 Feb 2011 at 11:10 pm]
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I made crêpe batter yesterday and let it relax overnight in the 'fridge.

So this morning I sliced the first of the barely-acceptable pre-Spring imported strawberries I found at the market with rum and a touch of sugar. Then I added a banana to the mix and served it as a crêpe filling. Very nice start to the day.

In the evening I still had batter so I shredded and lightly cooked some chard and kale for a deep green mix and added julienned raw onion to sharpen the bitter flavors. With a little sharp cheddar cheese I filled the crepes with my greens and had a delicious dinner.

Yum.
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[User Picture]From: missus_grace
Thursday 24 Feb 2011 at 06:43 am (UTC)
Yum indeed - sounds divine!

I picked up some of those frozen uncooked tortillas at Costco and was inventing all sorts of ways to eat them.

My top two: nutella and banana for a sweet, and turkey, onion, fresh baby spinach, and hummus for savory.

BRB - wiping drool from my chin.
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[User Picture]From: owenthurman
Thursday 24 Feb 2011 at 08:44 pm (UTC)
Turkey, onion, spinach, and hummus sounds nice. Do you get sliced pre-cooked turkey at the butcher/deli?

Hove you tried making nutella? This recipe from David Lebovitz has been calling to me lately.

http://www.davidlebovitz.com/2011/02/homemade-nutella-recipe-chocolate-hazelnut-spread/
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