By: Stephanie

Mar 09 2012

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Category: Morsel

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Focal Length:35mm
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:NIKON D3000

Another Bouchon Bakery creation (that I will have to try next time). The delicate process behind making croissants is beautifully detailed on their website:

“Viennoiserie is the name given to a category of baking that includes croissants […] Many of these creations, such as the croissant, achieve their delicacy and lightness from a process called lamination: a dough is wrapped around a piece of butter and rolled out, folded and rolled out several times, a process that creates many hundreds of layers of butter between hundreds of layers of dough which puff when baked, resulting in of some of the most special items a bakery can produce.

Julia Child spoke truth when she said “With enough butter, anything is good.” I used to eat butter all by itself, so I would know!


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