Eat: Crepe Suzette

I was watching “The New Normal” a couple nights ago and one of the main character’s mom made him crepe suzette, which apparently was his favorite dessert. I have had crepe suzette before but I had no idea that it required the crepes to be doused with liquor and lit on fire to produce the thick caramel sauce.  As much as I would love to make these at home, I fear I would set my house, more importantly my eyebrows on fire, attempting to flambée the crepes, but luckily there are recipes out there where you don’t have to do that and still get the same results. A recipe for this dish can be found here. Bon appétit!

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3 Responses to “Eat: Crepe Suzette”
  1. hmmmm, really interesting

  2. Marget says:

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  3. ahha, pretty interesting

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