National Crepe Suzette Day
National Crepe Suzette Day is a holiday observed annually on May 6th. It’s a day on which people can enjoy this delicious French dessert. What’s crepe Suzette, you ask? It’s a dessert that’s made with a sauce of caramelized sugar and butter, zest, orange juice, Grand Marnier, triple sec or Curacao liqueur, and then flambeed.
It’s the kind of dessert you’d see on being served at a fine dining establishment—either in real life or in the movies. Some people may think that it’s too complicated to make, but we’re here to say that just about anyone can make this dish with a little bit of practice.
The History Of Crepe Suzette
This dish was created by assistant-waiter Henri Carpentier at the Maitre at Monte Carlo’s Café de Paris in 1895. According to the story, he was preparing a dessert for the Prince of Wales but made the recipe wrong and ended up making it wrong and naming it after the French girl Suzette who was dining with the prince at the time.
Unfortunately, at this time we simply don’t know who invented National Crepe Suzette Day. We’ll continue to research the origins of this holiday, but it appears that at the moment its origins are lost to history.
Observing National Crepe Suzette Day
For people who want to celebrate National Crepe Suzette Day, then we suggest that they learn how to make their own crepe Suzettes. Of course, we understand that not everyone is comfortable making this French dessert, and in those cases, we suggest that they find a good restaurant that serves this dish. If people are celebrating this holiday, they should also be sure to use the hashtag #CrepeSuzetteDay to spread the word about this holiday to dessert lovers everywhere.