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These crepes can also
be rolled or folded in the more traditional manner if forming the purses
seems like a daunting task. The result is beautiful, however, and worth
the extra effort.
This elegant recipe comes from Katherine
Alford, chief instructor at the New York Cooking School.
Katherine used to be the chef at the Quilted Giraffe in New York. These crepes are a signature dish of that restaurant.
PETER KUMP - PRODIGY GUEST CHEFS COOKBOOK