Collectible-Near Fine in None as Issued jacket. First Edition, First Printing Text/BRAND NEW w/faint margin discoloration. Illustrated soft cover/Near Fine. First published 1970 under the title: You Can Do Anything With Crepes. Basic difference between crepes and pancakes is the crepe uses eggs, rather than other leavening agents, as well as more liquid to make it delicate, thin and easily rolled. Best is crepes freeze well, so can be made in advance. This very thorough cookery is rich in suggestions for crepes for main courses, hors d'oeuvre, and desserts, and a variety of suitable sauces. Fine copy.
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