A quire of paper

Looking for a way to impress the crowds on ? Then abandon those familiar, sturdy for a stack of sheet-thin crêpes made mostly from cream, butter and sherry. Next to impossible to turn or flip, but like eating buttery, boozy air when they work. Click here for the recipe.

Tagged with: BritishPancake DayPancakesShrove TuesdayThe Dabbler

3 Responses to A quire of paper for The Dabbler

  1. Mmmmmm, they look a bit good. I’m a fan of the delicate pancake, and you don’t see them around much these days. Like everything else, they’ve been shunted aside in favour of American fatboy versions.

    Yay for a quire of papers, therefore!

  2. ooh i like the idea of sherry in it. and cream, sounds much better than the floury versions i make.

  3. ginandcrumpets says:

    @aforkfulfospaghetti Yay, indeed. A blow against stodge (unusual for me to provide it, but we all have our delicate days)(.

    @klausandheidi It’s basically fried cream in a sheet format. And you can’t beat a bit of sherry.

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