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Humberto Campos Jr., chef/owner of Lorena’s, has several dishes (like his superb beef duo) that he can’t take off the menu, but none as inviolable as this sumptuous crêpe, created on New Year’s Eve 2005, capping the restaurant’s first months of life. It enfolds lump crabmeat and morels, chanterelles, or whatever specimens are in season, in an herb beurre blanc finished with truffle oil. Simple, but…stand back! “I’ve had women tell me they had an orgasm when they had it,” says Campos with a chuckle.
On the third week of May, the University of Pennsylvania’s Class of 2017 graduates, and Craig Russell gets married. “It’s literally going to be the busiest week of my life,” said the groom-to-be and executive chef of CO/OP, the polished 156-seat restaurant at the new Study University City hotel. That’s good news, because based on my visits, quiet CO/OP needs bodies.