A Summer of Pancakes: Blintzes, Malaysian Peanut Pancakes, and the Many Faces of Crepes

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Taught by Jonathan Soma

Soma was born in the South, is what someone from the North would say. He co-founded the Brainery, is the sciencey half of Masters of Social Gastronomy, and plans on getting married to Waffle House. In his more droll moments he is a tragic sellout to higher ed as a professor of data journalism at Columbia University's journalism school.

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This class is part of our A Summer of Pancakes series

First cousin to the thick American pancake are crêpes, thin batter-based pancakes that are often paired with sweet accompaniments. In this class we'll work our way through two versatile versions from opposite sides of the globe.

Explore the history (and the making of) the blintz, a folded Russian/Eastern European crêpe often filled with cheese or fruit. Pick your filling and go to town!

You'll also get introduced to the Malaysian apam balik, a peanut-filled street food crêpe that runs laps around a PB&J.

Note: This will be a hands-on cooking class, and is vegetarian friendly

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