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Aug 19, 2006 05:31 PM

Delicious Croissants

We got some frozen croissants from Williams Sonoma as a gift. I can't begin to tell you how fantastic they were. I didn't expect it...but they seriously tasted like fresh croissants that I'd enjoyed so much in Paris. They are not cheap but an excellent splurge. So flaky and light.

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  1. I believe that they are made in Marin county.

    1. did they arrive in the mail? frozen?

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      1. re: Sixy

        Frozen, ships overnight.

        Sounds strange. But $40 + taxes + $8.50 shipping for 24, that's more than $2 per, you're better off getting to delanghe or tartine in the morning.

        1. re: cedichou

          More about the makers of those croissants:

          Perhaps you would save a few bucks ordering them direct?

          1. re: cedichou

            Actually, that's $40 for fifteen (24 mini's). With shipping, these things cost more than $3 apiece. Of course, if they're nirvana, that's okay. I imagine a croissant at a good bakery in Paris would set you back a like amount these days.

        2. KA Bakers Catalogue also sells ccroissants by mail. Though quite dear, I've often been tempted...

          1. Do they sell these in every state? I didn't thin W-S did frozen food.


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            1. re: TexasToast

              You can only buy them out of the catalogue, not (at least that I've seen) out of the freezer case at your local W-S.

            2. I had a wonderful croissant at a small cafe. They confessed that they buy them frozen from Gourmet & More. Since I paid about a dollar or so for it, the cost must be less than that.

              Croissant from Gourmet & More