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Thursday, January 17, 2013
Tartine Croissants 1
Something is soooo mysterious about Croissants. I never get tired of making it, and never tired or taking pictures of it. I can do it over and over, and take pictures of every angle, and still amazed with it each time after I bake them. This is the recipe from the Tartine baking book. Pastry chef Elisabeth Prueitt and master baker Chad Robertson must have a satisfying day every day after baking them. Viva la Croissants!
I learned to use my tile counter to my advantage - each square is 7", so I can roll out the dough without much use of a ruler.
I am getting better and better at lengthening the dough - streeeeetch! and I have many folds when I wrap it up.
Curved croissants are the originals that my grand-son loves.
Straight shape croissants with goody fillings that my grand-daughter enjoys.