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The Crepe Factory

Posted on September 1, 2013 by under Food and Drink.    

The Crepe Factory is probably my favorite food stand at the Orange County Convention Center (OCCC). The crepe options are limited but they are good. Then again you can’t go wrong with crepes. You can put just about anything inside and it’ll turn out delicious. I don’t think the Crepe Factory is as good as the Crepe Cafe, the crepe place that we tried when we were in Fishermans Wharf in San Francisco. It is pretty good, though. If they’d given us enough time for lunch, I probably would have eaten there every single day. LOL.

Be prepared to spend some cash at the OCCC, though. The crepes cost $10-$12. There are no cheap lunches at the convention center. That’s for sure.

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Brian had Korean tacos from another food stand the first time that I had the crepes. I’m sure they were good, but I bet they weren’t as good as my cordon bleu crepe.

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The next time I had a hankering for a crepe, he decided to try it with me. He got an American, which is basically a breakfast crepe. I wanted to go for the gusto that time though, so I added tomatoes to my regular cordon bleu. I also ordered a banana + Nutella crepe for dessert. It’s my favorite kind of crepe. Yum!

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    Kaitlin O. Gilliam  on September 2, 2013

    The batter is uber-simple. Flour, eggs, oil and milk….actually I didn’t even use that, just plain water works perfectly fine. I also added some bran to make them whole-wheat. Healthier I suppose but I actually prefer the nuttiness it adds. So: – 1 egg – 1/2 cup flour – 1/2 cup milk or water – 1 tbsp. canola oil or melted butter – optional – 1-2 tbsp. bran Whisk it up and let’s start making some crepes! Keep in mind I designed this for 1-2 people so if you are cooking for a family of 4, it’s a good idea to multiply the recipe by 3 or 4.

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