I've been going around for days with the craving for something I ate in Austria years ago. It's called, as far as i can remember the spellling, Topfenpalatschinken. I remember it was sweet but was used as a main dish (as apparently is not unusual in austro-hungarian cuisine) and i had the good judgement to order it and was swept away. For some reason the full memory of it came to me the other day and i can almost taste it! I had a recipe and can;t for the life of me find it. Does anyone have a good recipe? I got to a store that sells the topfen cheese, and i have lemons from my own tree for the rind (no sprays or preservatives on them) and I have sour cream, which i don't remember if it is part of the recipe or not. It was a relative of blintzes, that is, crepes (palatschinken) with a mildly sweet cheese filling with a taste of grated lemon rind, but they're not fried in a pan after filling, but laid in a baking dish and then a fluffly-ish topping with eggs in it is poured on top and it's baked in the oven. Thanks.