This episode is about authentic French crepes, made by an authentic French man, in Melbourne! I met Cedric, the owner, during the last Melbourne Paris to Provence French festival, where I got to eat a few of his truly delicious crepes. We’ll be discussing crepes making and flavours, but also languages and the issues that we sometimes face as expats, forgetting our native language sometimes!
[04 min 23 sec] How Cédric arrived in Melbourne
[06 min 02 sec] The birth of Pop-Up Crepes
[07 min 30 sec] Why pop-up?
[08 min 44 sec] From a part-time to a full-time venture ?
[09 min 28 sec] Pop-Up Crepes’s logo
[10 min 08 sec] Crepes: the batter
[11 min 36 sec] How Cédric learnt to make crepes
[12 min 10 sec] Discussing flavours
[14 min 32 sec] Working for private functions and events
[15 min 33 sec] The common issues met by expats about their native language
[16 min 16 sec] French regional accents and languages
[19 min 26 sec] Pop-Up side products
[20 min 35 sec] 2015 plans for Pop-Up Crepes
Links & Resources
Site de Pop-Up Crepes : http://www.popupcrepes.com.au
My article : “How many of these 16 facts about “la Chandeleur” / Crepes Day do you know ?”
Paris to Provence (Melbourne French Festival): http://www.paristoprovence.com.au/
Crêper des cheveux / se crêper les cheveux = to back comb
Hank Marvin Market (weekly food market): Pop-Up Crepes will be there every Saturday from August 1st 2015 (Alma Park, St Kilda East, 8am-6pm)
Photos Credit: Jessica T. & Pop-Up Crepes