i just spent half of my paycheck and ordered this to come to my home in kazakhstan
it will be glorious
Holy fuck that sounds good. I may be an amerilard, but I'm sick of overly sweet pastries and desserts.
Good call on that one. You best savor every bite, buddy.
And I live in Trinidad and Tobago during the off season of surfing when I live in Bali.
Just checked UPS for next day food worldwide to select countries only shipping, $470 for shipping. so his paycheck would be something like $1100 not good but not that bad after all.
maple creme pat
alternating layers of chocolate ganache and creme pat with peanut brittle folded in
banana and lime
apricot jam and pistachio cream
there's lots of play for fun flavours but restraint is key
>not ordering 2 6 inches for 12 total inches of food for only 10 dollars more
looks delish, OP
also, i'm literally laughing at all those sour faggots who think they could make this at home
mille crepe is one of the most difficult cakes to do properly
everyone can make 20 pancakes and smear shit inbetween them, but that won't be a proper mille crepe
Why does food marketing use the most obnoxious buzzwords?
I've made this before with my sister for my mom's birthday once. The only thing I could even call difficult is trying to make the crepes perfectly circular. If you have the technical abilities to make a pancake then you can make a mille crepe
Someone never made it past 6th grade math class apparently. It's literally... stupid simple to calculate and the fact you're unaware of why this would not make sense without the calculation is unsettling. You would in actuality be spending more money and ending up with LESS product than had you only purchased a single 9 inch crepe cake whatever the fuck it is
>spending more money and ending up with LESS product than had you only purchased a single 9 inch crepe cake
The 9 inch cake costs $8.89 per inch while the 6 inch cake costs $7.50 per inch.
what the fuck man? theyre crapes,
why the fuck dont you just make one?
Please tell me you're just your countries version of fly over people otherwise I think I found out why your 3rd world ass countries are shit.
I've never had one of these. I've never even had crepes.
It looks good, but the poorfag in me can't imagine spending $50+ on a cake. It couldn't possibly be that good. Hope you enjoy it though.
More importantly what tasty morsels does Kazakhstan have
Dunno. It's never really been something I was interested in trying. I'd have to make my own of course. I don't even know of a restaurant that would sell them. Maybe IHOP. I don't even eat pancakes that often. I've made them, maybe four times, in the past two years.
If I made them, I'd probably make sweet ones with fruit. I'd have to make the filling. I'd have to spend extra on fruit. Bananas are fairly cheap, so I'd probably do banana.
Maybe I'll wait for peach season when they go on sale. Remind me in the summer and I'll give it a try.
literally any restaurant can and will make pancakes as a dessert if you order them
i usually throw a hiss at the waiter if he says they don't serve pancakes and it ALWAYS works. sometimes i don't even have to pay for them.
I don't eat out a lot and the only jelly I have is the standard Welchs grape squeeze bottle.
I'm really leaning towards banana. Maybe lemon. It seems like the kind of thing that would be light and easy to eat. Compared to pancakes which can be kind of heavy.
He's having a very good day. My crepes probably won't look anywhere near that nice. My pancakes don't even always come out perfectly round.
Yeah we know how many weeks are in a year, he's saying that someone would probably have a salary of around 75k per year to be taking home $1000 a week after taxes. That's certainly upper middle class depending on the number of members in your household.
>not the chocolate crown
Does anyone else enhance the flavour by using Swanson Chicken Broth in place of water in your crepe recipes?