Did you know? The Napoleon (also called Mille-feuille) was born around 1651 and was described as such in the book Cuisinier François written by François-Pierre de la Varenne. The flaky dough that was made at that time included 729 pairs of layers. Later, a recent folding method allowed to make 2048 pairs of layers (Source: Wikipedia). Whatever the number, we all find easier to call it the Mille-Feuille or the Napoleon.
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