One of the wonderful publications and websites has teamed up with one of the legendary chefs.
On the Food & Wine website, they have a mini-series of tutorials featuring Jacques Pepin. If you've never seen Pepin on TV, he is an amazing teacher, an even better chef and also has a great sense of humor.
Here he teaches folks how to make crepes.
A couple of notes that make Jacques one of the best TV chefs to learn from.
First, he makes everything look easy. I find that to be a tremendous help, especially if you've never done it before, the confidence he exudes in the ability of anyone to make great food can be a big boost.
Secondly, he tells you what to do if you mess up. For example, if the batter is too thick, or if you don't get enough batter into the pan, or if there's a mess on the side of the pan. He has you covered in case that happens.
Finally, the idea that you don't need exotic equipment or ingredients to pull off crepes. While it can be a fancy restaurant item, anyone with flour, milk, one egg and a non-stick pan can pull it off.
You also get an added bonus of learning how to make Crepes Suzette. So not only is it a tutorial, it's a great, fancy dessert recipe also.
But crepes aren't just for breakfast and dessert, you can make them savory for a brunch or lunch. I once worked at a small cafe where we would have crepes with smoked salmon and cream cheese, or grilled chicken with scallions and curry.
Crepes are good any time of day. Enjoy.