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L Austin France
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#11 Post by L Austin France »

Blaze wrote: Sun May 21, 2023 7:44 pm
L Austin France wrote: Sat Apr 29, 2023 5:39 pm This morning I bought a couple of bargain 'just in date' double rolls of 'Tresor Grand Mere pate Feuilletee Plus Epaisse' & boy does it make good cheese straws.
OH has just made some cheese straws using the pastry you recommended. What a difference - they were always good, but his latest batch is outstanding ! Thanks for the steer :D
My pleasure. :)

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#12 Post by Lori »

I must try these ! I will look for the product on my shopping trip this week.

I bet they would make great Sacristains also.

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#13 Post by Mangetout »

What's a Sacristain please.

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#14 Post by Lori »

A few different variations out there. I do something like this.

https://chezlerevefrancais.com/sacrista ... es/#recipe

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#15 Post by Mangetout »

Thank you.

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#16 Post by Sparkle »

Ummmmm they look yummy.
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