The Best Croissant Ever.
My sister lives in San Francisco, so my parents and I decided to visit her for a week to escape the heat. It was 106 when we left and it's 57 in San Francisco right now. (Insert angels singing here)
Last year for Christmas, my sister got me the Tartine Bread cookbook. Although I haven't been brave enough to tackle any of the recipes yet, I'm planning to do it as soon as I get home.
They're famous for their sourdough, but it was the croissants that impressed me. They were the perfect marriage of buttery and flaky. I think I'm in love.
I ate it without anything on it... "Naked," if you will.
The front is a double pain au chocolat, which has TWO delicious strips of dark cocoa chocolate.
All of the pastries and delicious baked goods all lined up...
Bakers hard at work!
Look at how yeasty it is! This is the Country loaf, and it tasted like a French sourdough.
We may have overeaten a little... or is that even possible when it comes to croissants?
I say no.