Viennese Crêpes

If Austria is famous for any gastronomic specialty, it's for pastry—pastry, which inevitably involves cream. These "crepes", which are really more like open turnovers stuffed with a wine-scented cream filling, are popular in coffeehouses all over Vienna. (Their name translates literally as "Viennese wine slices".) This recipe comes from German-born Dieter Schorner, who teaches the fine art of pastry-making at the French Culinary Institute in New York City.