French Food and Wine

Topic has 14 replies.
Print Search Sort Posts:

Re: Croissants - straight or curved?

I know, Gardian, but the truly yummy, buttery ones that I buy in my local London Londis, baked on the premises, are all straight!
Can't wait to get back to France next week and continue my observations...

Angela
   Report   Reply Quote

Re: Croissants - straight or curved?

I love the butter croissants and don't really care if they are straight or bent.

I prefer straight bananas though. The bent ones aren't so easy to munch especially when I'm driving Woot! [:-))] and double especially if I have a phone at my ear too Cool [8-|]

But at the mo any kind of stuff with wheat or grain in it is out Cry Out [:'(]Sad [:(]

John.

Never forget that you are unique, just like everyone else.
http://johnamandiers.wix.com/johns-w-o-w-1
   Report   Reply Quote

Re: Croissants - straight or curved?

 Jonzjob wrote:


I prefer straight bananas though.
What about Wooly onesBig Smile [:D]
"There are some causes worth dying for - there are no causes worth killing for" Albert Camus
   Report   Reply Quote

Re: Croissants - straight or curved?

 Rabbie wrote:
 Jonzjob wrote:


I prefer straight bananas though.
What about Wooly onesBig Smile [:D]


No way! They are  a bit funny, although not very Devil [6]

John.

Never forget that you are unique, just like everyone else.
http://johnamandiers.wix.com/johns-w-o-w-1
   Report   Reply Quote

Re: Croissants - straight or curved?

Ooooo, naughty rabbie!!!
   Report   Reply Quote

Re: Croissants - straight or curved?

Regrettably, not every egg produces a bird, but if the forum spent all its time discussing the location, seating and relative pricing of left handed wall binder thrum ovules, what a biring place it would be.
And since Norman has gone into summer retreat, someone has to try and stir the surface mire!!
Ticking over, just about.
   Report   Reply Quote

Re: Croissants - straight or curved?

I love croissants!! There are other versions also that I enjoy very much. You use pretty much the same ingredients plus some extras and you get something new like Pain au chocolat and Pain au raisins. They are larger and flatter and have custard and raisins inside. Of course they do not have the croissant shape.
   Report   Reply Quote

Most Read

Enter our competitions

Win books, DVDs, travel and even holidays in France in our great competitions! Take a look at our latest competitions…

Enter now

Join us on social media

France magazine
Living France magazine
French Property News magazine