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CROISCroissant (French: Crescent; Canada Post street designation)
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20, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Metro Croissants moved its production from its owner's residential kitchen to the community kitchen at The Hildebrandt in order to meet increased demand for their products.
Wind the little croissant strips around the chipolatas, leaving a little gap at one end to make a slit for the eyes.
Dans une allocution a cette occasion, SAR la Princesse Lalla Malika a mis l'accent sur le role de l'organisation du Croissant rouge marocain dans la consecration des fondements de l'action humanitaire benevole, la diffusion des valeurs humanitaires et la promotion des principes de la protection et de secours comme mecanismes d'alleger les souffrances humaines, proteger les vies des gens et leur sante et garantir le respect de la dignite humaine.
He quickly cuts croissant dough into triangles, then deftly rolls them tightly and bends the ends in to meet.
Crepe a Croissant isn't just a full-time job for Nicola and Keshan - it's their lives.
Jack in the Box[R] offers 2 Croissant Sandwiches for just $3, plus tax
New recipes include Poutine Stuffing with Jones Sausage, Jones Ham and Cheese Croissant Stuffing, Pumpkin Pie Stuffing with Jones Bacon and Jones Sausage and Buttermilk Biscuit Stuffing.
But neither my croissant nor coffee were as good as the Pret A Manger ones on nearby New Street - where eat-in prices are PS1.
The Croissant Neuf tent is a staple at Glastonbury - the big festival's solar-powered, green-at-heart live music venue.
It's nearly the weekend and to celebrate we've got together with deli2go to get you a delicious Ham & Cheese Croissant, for FREE.
A team from the Gangmasters Licensing Authority raided The French Croissant Company's factory in Park Royal, North-West London, after a tip-off.
Asda (***) managed much better, with its croissant combining a delicate and moist texture with a subtle flavour to winning effect.