Are any of you out there old enough to remember a restaurant called the Magic Pan? When I was a kid I used to love their crepe making contraption turning over pancake after pancake. When I got a little older I wanted to try making crepes for myself. I discovered that it wasn't that difficult, but it does take a little practice. Here is a great recipe for a basic crepe. This is the start to many wonderful meals. Roll them up with a little jam for a nice brunch, or fill them with your favorite meat or vegetable. And the best thing is, when you start making crepes, you won't ever be alone in the kitchen! Click here.  
     
  When I went to the Magic Pan I always order the same thing, the Spinach Souffle crepe. If that seems like something you would enjoy, and you want to save some time, for get this recipe and pick up Sara Lee's spinach souffle in the frozen foods section. Make you crepes and fill them with the spinach. Having said that, if you want something even better, try this delicious recipe and you will be saying "Sara who?" Click here.  
     
  Now it's time to get fancy! This recipe for tiramisu crepes will knock your socks off. I guess it would really be classified as a torte, or millefeuilles. But frankly, who cares. It is beautiful enough to serve for any occasion. And ok, it is a little tedious, but it is not hard. Give it a shot. Click here.  
     
  So my friend, Parks Leverell, works for a small tv station in North Georgia. He has been saying for months that he wanted to get me on camera. Finally I gave in and agreed to shot a short spot for Pert Shampoo. Little did I know it was all a massive ruse. I was being set up for a great prank. Click here.