Popularized by the French, the crepe and its appeal spread to many countries. Traditionally, the French crepe consists of a thin, delicate wrapping with a variety of fillings and sauces. The fillings readily soaked through the crepe wrapping itself, becoming soggy. Although delicious, it could be quite messy, and confined to be served on a plate and eaten with cutlery. It is usually considered to be a gourmet dish, served in a restaurant style setting. Traditional French crepes remain relatively expensive, due to the fact that any delay from the time of preparation to service, the crepe would become soggy. This facilitated the need for expert chefs and excellent table service, available in only the more upscale restaurants.
These traditional restaurant moulds and crepe confinements were unbreakable... until now.
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