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Object 31 [of 66] – Crepe pan


Julia taught everyone to make that French standby, the crepe, though she certainly urged people to use the "new" non-stick pans when they began to appear in cooking stores. One of her most famous episodes for The French Chef involved the making of Crepes Suzette, a dramatic flaming dish done in a chafing dish instead of an ordinary crepe pan.


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Julia went to France in 1948, accompanying Paul to his State Department appointment. Enroute to Paris, a dinner in Rouen was a transforming experience.Read More


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