Crepe is a French word meaning a very thin pancake. Almost every nationality in the world has some form of this thin pancake. In Germany, it is called Pfanne Kuchen. The Chinese have adapted this and fry it, we know it as the egg roll. In Hungary, it is known as a palcsinta, while in Italy, a cannelloni. We are familiar with the Mexican enchilada. Russia’s version is the blini. In Greece the krep this is the closest to the French crepe. In Scandinavian countries, you will find the plaettar. The Jewish have their blintz.
The making of sausage dates back to around 850 BC on the Greek island of Salamis – where we get the word ‘salami’