…lay aside the old self, which is being corrupted in accordance with the lusts of deceit, and be renewed in the spirit of your mind, and put on the new self…
This morning a friend and I went to a bakery that just opened down the street for coffee and breakfast. I bought a truly delicious croissant, light, fluffy, and glazed with some kind of sugar. The owner’s wife and daughter (a darling first-grader) served us our food. As she prepared our drinks, we oogled their dessert display, where I saw a most amazing confection that I commented on. We received our food and retired to a window table for a nice long chat.
Before we left, though, I had to buy one of the amazing confection, allegedly for Ian:
Yum. Based on this, I have decided to hold a dinner party for my friends and order dessert from this bakery. It is kind of pricey ($2.50 for the swan above), but for a home-grown bakery with the freshness of the food, is well worth it.
Speaking of Ian, he finished his blog on our amazing Castle Hill Inn experience. Check it out.
3 thoughts on “From the Bakery Down the Road”
That is a beautiful swan cream puff,but to make cream puff’s in the normal way is very easy and delicious.Have you ever done it? just use as a filling,instant vanilla pudding with folded in cream. The puff is just a spoon full of batter baked on a cookie sheet. Hugs to you both,Grandma
If it is this small, would this be a cream puff signet?
That looks delicious! I’m not allowed anything with milk/cream etc, but I think I would eat that and suffer the consequences later! Yum! I hope you/Ian enjoyed it! Pricey, but definitely worth it 🙂