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Episode 109: Classic Conclusions

Posted By Jacques Pepin On September 10, 2011 @ 5:12 pm In Episodes | Comments Disabled

Jacques and his best friend of 50 years, Jean-Claude [1]Crêpes a la Confiture are a childhood favorite of many a Frenchman including both Jacques and his best friend of 50 years, Jean-Claude. Jacques quickly makes the crepe batter for this tasty dessert as a step-by-step demonstration in the same time that it takes to heat the pan. The show continues with Orange Soufflé Crêpes that are baked until puffy in the oven. A spectacular Baked Alaska [2] follows using simple ingredients that must be served straight from the oven because of the treat’s hidden frozen center. The show ends on a light note with a simply delicious Apricot and Pistachio Soufflé [3].

(Only the linked recipes are available online. Other episode recipes are available by purchasing Jacques’ book, Essential Pepin [4].)


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[1] Image: http://blogs.kqed.org/essentialpepin/files/2011/09/jp109-80x80.jpg

[2] Baked Alaska: http://blogs.kqed.org/essentialpepin/2011/09/16/baked-alaska/

[3] Apricot and Pistachio Soufflé: http://blogs.kqed.org/essentialpepin/2011/09/16/apricot-and-pistachio-souffle/

[4] Essential Pepin: http://blogs.kqed.org/essentialpepin/book-dvds/

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