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  • Crepe Cuisine Invests in Solar Powered Production

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    Crepe Cuisine Invests in Solar Powered Production

    Ever since Crepe Cuisine was launched back in the 80s, we've always been keen on doing things in an environmentally friendly way. Whether it's using organic eggs when we started out hand making Crepes at festivals, or in recent times, recycling every bit of our waste...

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  • Fierce, Feisty and Full On Flavours

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    Fierce, Feisty and Full On Flavours

    Brace your taste buds, steady your nostrils and prepare your dinner guests, because 8th November celebrates Cook Something Bold and Pungent Day. It’s a day to whip up a whirlwind of punch-packing flavours and embrace some of the world’s most eye-popping ingredients; all wrapped up in a pancake.

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  • Love Pancakes
  • Love Pancakes

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    Food is the language of love, so with Pancake Day and Valentine’s celebrations falling in a blissful union this year, a mere day apart, we’re full of recipe ideas to combine the pleasure of pancake eating with the chemical reactions of love. 

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  • More Bang for Your Blini
  • More Bang for Your Blini

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    The ultimate party food, blinis were traditionally eaten in Russia as symbols of the sun, personified by the ancient and powerful god Volos. Why not celebrate the sunshine yourself this May, by laying on a blini banquet?

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  • Super Sundae
  • Super Sundae

    Categories: Events

    We love any excuse to dig in to a scoop or three of our favourite ice cream. Which means we’ll definitely be celebrating Ice Cream Day on Sunday 21st July with an ice cream and pancake Super Sundae.

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  • The History of the Crêpe
  • The History of the Crêpe

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    The story of the crêpe is a culinary journey from humble beginnings to universal appreciation, from the Breton countryside to Paris restaurants, and then on to the plates of millions of people across the world.

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