Marie-Kate's apple and salted *butter caramel crepe
We live in a small village outside Paris. In the village, there's a town hall (like everyplace in France), a nursery and primary school, a 12th century church that was partially destroyed by the English in the hundred year war and a couple of parks, tennis pitches et cetera... My bugbear is that there's isn't a baker's shop, and how I love French bread...So we make it most of the time or go the nearby town that has at least six boulangeries! That's another story though because there's a place I like to go often and always have and that's libraries. There's one here in our bakerless village and it's really great but is only open for two hours on a Wednesday and a Saturday, so I hardly get down there. However nearby, over on the other side of the Seine there's a mediatheque and this place is amazing and beats hands down our old media library in Sanary.
My dandelion (pissenlit..love the French word for this) jam crepe
It's got everything Sanary has and more, because here there's a creperie/salad bar and tea shop all in one. It's a great incentive to get the children to read books.
Talking about books, you can borrow up to twenty five books at a time on one card....enormous. We bought sixteen books back for everyone but Charlotte and Marie-Kate is ready to go back again this weekend.
*salted butter caramel crepes here are to die for...the dandelion one was great too but I love love love anything caramel.