I live among poor starving college students. I'm sure if I was in college, I would be considered one of them. But I'm not. (Don't get me started on that subject.) But I am young, and I am always starving. Actually, truth be told, I'm just too lazy to cook for myself. What's the point, really, spending an half hour to an hour whipping something up that only I will eat. Pass me the cereal please. I mean, really. I'm on a tight schedule. (Have you seen my to-do list??)
However, us starving young people decided that cereal for every meal of the day just isn't enough. So we started a dinner group. (While I was making an invite, I accidentally said sinner group. Oops! Would you like to come to sinner group? Yes? Maybe? No? Fine. We'll stick with dinner group then.) A group of 12 or so take turns throughout the week and provide a nice dinner for everyone. See? We all win.
Yesterday was my turn to cook. I decided to go with a nice crepe recipe (I tweaked it a bit with 1 TBSP sugar and 1 tsp vanilla) and made dinner and dessert crepes.
What? Stop right there! Did I just sense through the blogging channels of the Internet that you have never tasted a dinner crepe?
Well. You are in luck, because I am going to tell you the must-haves in compiling the perfect dinner crepe.
First, while making the crepe, be sure to melt on provolone cheese.
Then, add your choice of deli meat (I prefer turkey). Add your favorite condiments (mustard, mayo, etc.). Add your veggies (I like lettuce, onion, and tomato on mine). Et voila! Bon appetit!
Seriously...If you haven't tried this, repent now. Get going on those crepes and enjoy.
For the dessert crepes, nutella is a must have, but pudding works too. Or chocolate syrup. Anything chocolate. Serve with whip cream and powdered sugar, and if you are feeling adventurous, add fruit.
Crepes are always a great party goer. They are versatile, different, and oh, so delicious. I give them a good, hearty two thumbs up.