Saturday, May 22, 2010

May Long Weekend

Time is just flying by as it's nearly the end of May and time for Canadian's to celebrate the May Long weekend and Victoria Day.  Some people like to discuss changing the name of the holiday.  Why not just confuse everyone more!

I was up for some crepe making since I had the time to do it.  Boy was it good.  Here are the results as I actually photographed before I ate the evidence.  ;-)


I replaced the normal flour with rice flour which to me has an even better taste!

Anyone have plans for their long weekend?  Happy Whit Monday to those in Europe!

12 comments:

  1. Hi! Wow, those look yummmyyyy! (thanks for an idea ;) ) No big plans here for the long weekend, as long as the sun holds up, we'll be out enjoying, maybe see a local parade, maybe have a picnic, etc.

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  2. Yummy. I will have to see if I can find rice flour here.

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  3. Oooo....I made crepes today too!! :-)

    Have a good weekend.

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  4. Pat, that is so funny!! Pumpkin, it's so worth it. And Ola - we hope so too! :)

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  5. I have never made crepes before and hats off to anyone who can!! Those look yummy! Never tried rice flour before either so that is something different. I'd love to go to the beach for Memorial Day weekend, me and a gizillon others!! However, I guess we will hang out with friends, and have a BBQ.

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  6. It's a long weekend here too (but not a national holiday, go figure), no special plans, your crepes look wonderful. I have never tried rice flour, something to put on the shopping list!!

    Enjoy your long weekend :)

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  7. Oh those look delish! Hope you're having a great long weekend!

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  8. What a gorgeous weekend here in Ottawa! On Saturday, I went to see the end of the Tulips Festival, and yesterday we took a day trip to the US. Today, I'll just relax...

    I love these long WE!

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  9. And she cooks too. :D We took Towanda on another car trip this past Saturday, 320 km total, to Enkhuizen and Hoorn, north of Amsterdam. Both are harbor cities, so we saw lots of boats and tall ships, with sails. I love these times out-n-about! I love this new country I call my own. :)

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  10. MMmmmmm....looks delicious! I love food photography too!

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  11. Hi Jen,
    time is just flying over here. After one week in the summerhouse and long days (up before 6 am and back here around 6 pm), well we are of course a bit tired - maybe age or?

    We also like cakes/tartes with fruits.

    Hope you will have a great week.

    Here are photos from Glacier/Waterton N P
    http://toraamusic.blogspot.com/

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  12. They look soooooo scrumptious!!!! I like mine just with a squeeze of lemon juice over the top and a dusting of sugar. Mmmmmm, my mouth is watering just at the thought of it! Thank you for sharing your delights with your admiring followers :)

    Hope you have had a great holiday weekend. Tomorrow I am off to the wonderful location of Blenheim Palace (in Oxfordshire, England) which, as well as having the stunning Palace, also has the most amazing gardens and is holding a 'Whitsun weekend' craft fair. I'll be sure to take plenty of photos and will blogpost them soon.

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