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March 19, 2007

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sher

Yes, that is the Julia recipe (before you changed it). It looks so delicious and it's great that you figured out how to make it healthier, without sacrificing the delicious factor! I always wanted to make this after I first saw it many years ago in one of Julia's cook books. Great post!

Ed Anderson

Check out this new automatic crepe/pancake machine.

Katie

This is beautiful! I can see it becoming a summer garden staple. I can make it early evening before going back out to the gardens, then enjoy it on the terrace with a glass of rose as the sun sets, which is about 10:30 where I live. And, our supermarket just started stocking pre-made Bretagne crepes made with buckwheat flour.
Can't wait 'till summmer.

Glenna

Sher--thanks! And you should try it, definitely this summer as your garden comes in. You'll love it!

Katie--thanks so much! And yes, definitely a summer garden treat. Once you make it, the next time it goes togethr much more quickly so it would be perfect to put together in the morning and since it's so lovely at room temp you wouldn't even have to waste a lot of evening time in the kitchen.

Willa

How funny- I was just reading Crescent Dragonwagon's Passionate Vegetarian cookbook today.

This looks delightful. I wonder if I can find Amy's crepes here. It seems too fiddle-y to make my own.

Willa

Glenna

Willa-- I have that cookbook too and I really like it. I always find new stuff and old favorites from the Inn in it. It really is a fantastic recipe. I hope you try it. LOL about making crepes. They're not hard, they jsut take time but that's the one commodity none of us have and if there's a great sub alreayd availalbe from a really nice company, why not use them? Good luck!

Helene

That looks great and is a must. thanks for the story accompanying it. Since I´m always on the lookout for new veggie recipes it´s on my list. Thanks for step by step explanation.

Glenna

Helene--Thanks so much for the comment. This is one of my favorite dishes too. I took some to work just the other night and enjoyed it so much that I forgot I put tofu in it.

Kalyn

Oh baby! This looks just amazing, no matter who created the recipe. I love that you made it a bit healthier. Great job.

Glenna

Kalyn--thanks! I appreciate that. Give it a try, it's fantastic. Like you said, no matter who created it. :-)

Colon Cleanse Geek

I have got to get my hands on that cookbook but thanks for sharing the recipe with all those great pictures. Love your blog, keep taking those iron pills:-)

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