Friday, January 21, 2011

Crepes!!!

While we were out one afternoon shopping at Paseo Herencia Mall, we unexpectedly came across a crepe stand named La Creperie de Paseo! We were surprised that we could enjoy this French delicacy on our vacation in Aruba. They offered a variety of crepes, both sweet and savory. We ordered nutella crepes with bananas and eagerly waited as we watched our crepes being made. They say you eat with your eyes first and we couldn't wait to have our first bites... 
The crepes tasted absolutely amazing. The bananas were especially sweet and the nutella oozed out when we cut into our crepes. We were so happy we stumbled upon this crepe stand. 





Nutella

Bananas
Nutella Crepe with bananas

                                                 

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  6. Yes, you can find Crepes all over South America malls. On a trip to Caracas, I discovered how popular Crepes are. I had them filled with guava and cream cheese and "dulce de Leche" yumm!

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  8. The word crêpe is coming from the Latin crispa, which means “curled”, and refers to a type of really thin pancake. Crêpes are usually cooked with wheat flour. It is completely flat and usually have a filling or spread. In addition, crêpes are entirely unleavened, while standard pancakes do have a leavener of some kind. Although, in terms of origin, one could argue that they are just the French way of reproducing the German pancake

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