For Meatless Monday this week, we wanted to share a wonderful recipe for a gluten free crustless quiche/frittata. . . but I guess today is Wednesday. One day slides into the next, and before you know it, the post you intended to write on Monday has neatly slid into Tuesday and then Wednesday. Oh well. . . Meatless Wednesday it is then. This recipe is very easy to make, bakes up quickly, and incorporates some of the wonderful fresh flavors of Spring. Continue reading
Crepes are very popular throughout France, but are also loved in many other parts of the world. The word ‘crepe‘ is French for pancake, and originates from the Latin word “crispus,” meaning crisp. In France they were originally called galettes crepes, meaning flat cakes.
The traditional ingredients include flour, eggs, milk, butter and a pinch of salt. For those of you that have traveled to France, and Paris in particular, you, no doubt, noticed the presence of Creperie stands throughout your travels, and were invited to try these irresistible treats at one point or another. Continue reading