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One Gallic tradition that really caught on in 19th century Mexico was crepes. Locals simply adore them and you can find them on the streets during festivals. These poblano-flavored crepes are delicious filled with scrambled eggs, or dress them up with sautéed lobster and crab for a New Year's Day Brunch.

During the Maximilian Affair in 19th Century Mexico, the French and Mexicans came to blows. After the smoke cleared, one Gallic tradition that really caught on was crepes. Locals simply adore them and you can find them on the streets during festivals. These poblano-flavored crepes are delicious filled with scrambled eggs, or dress them up with sauteed lobster and crab for brunch.

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