There’s a lot to learn about crêpes
In her little workshop, Véro gives us a warm welcome. You can come here with your family, friends or just on your own, to re-learn forgotten cooking skills and have a feast. With a series of anecdotes, Véro unrolls the story of her career as a pancake maker or ‘crêpière’, starting with the huge mound of butter used by her grandmothers. Their coiffes, bigoudène and Glazick (styles of Breton headdress) watch over thebilligs. Billigs? Yes, these are the large blocks on which the mixture has to be worked. Other Breton terms can be heard: rozell for the little rake used for spreading the mixture,krazfor the crunchy finesse of the crêpes of South Finistère.