Weird News IN IMAGES. Rather crepe or pancake? To find out, come to the Breton Museum in Quimper!

11:50  17 october  2020
11:50  17 october  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Breton markets in Quimper © Felipe Ortega / Flickr. Learn about Quimper ’s pottery heritage at the Musée de la Faïence. It was thanks to its Quimper has a large medieval quarter that is completely pedestrianised and a joy to amble around. The half-timbered houses whose corbelled upper storeys

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Le musée départemental breton à Quimper (Finistère) vous souhaite la bienvenue à la crêperie Mirdi Lipous « Au Musée Gourmand ». © WEST FRANCE The Breton departmental museum in Quimper (Finistère) welcomes you to the Mirdi Lipous crêperie "Au Musée Gourmand".

From Saturday October 17, 2020, the Breton Departmental Museum, in Quimper (Finistère), will be honoring a monument of Breton gastronomy. The exhibition And you? Are you more of a pancake or pancake? is intended to be informative and fun.

"Shall we make a pancake?" " At the stroke of noon, in Finistère, how many times is this sentence, or one of its variants, not spoken? For holidaymakers, a pancake meal is a must during their stay in Brittany. How did this crêpe-Bretagne association come about? What is the historical reality of this perception? Through the exhibition And you, are you more of a pancake or pancake? the Breton departmental museum , in Quimper (Finistère), provides some answers.

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Le service de la galette, signé Mathurin Méheut, créé par la faïencerie Henriot en 1930. © OUEST FRANCE The galette service, signed Mathurin Méheut, created by the Henriot earthenware factory in 1930.

To do this, he invites you to push open the door of the Mirdi Lipous creperie (At the gourmet museum), four rooms, four atmospheres which tell this dish of the poor, initially despised. It will gain its letters of nobility during the 19th century. To bring this exhibition to life, digital tablets, restitution film, paintings, engravings, alongside “vintage” pancake boxes and billigs (those cast iron plates on which pancakes are turned) revisited by contemporary artists.

This exhibition with rich and playful scenography, designed for the whole family is open from Saturday October 17, 2020. It will welcome visitors until April 18, 2021 from Tuesday to Friday, from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm and from 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

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