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Genevieve carried the box into work, where colleagues thought she was bringing in a box of pastries to share.
Brush the top of the salmon with a little of the marinade using a pastry brush.
While tempering—the proper culinary term for the heating and cooling process—the ingredient you want to mold is the cocoa butter itself, says Julia Choi-Rodriguez, a pastry cook and founder of Vesta Chocolate in Montclair, New Jersey.
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The Ina Mae window may begin offering coffee and pastries instead of frozen drinks.
Wednesday alone the Tesla and SpaceX CEO tweeted about pastries in Germany, the history of auto-industry bankruptcies, battery pack construction, and more.
The blue leaf pattern set against a tan background evokes a quaint pastry shop or local market, even if you’re just carrying saltines and string cheese.
The pastry and puddings come next in order, and these, too, are better served from a side table.
Between the pastry and the dessert, have salad and cheese placed before each guest.
Never take more than two vegetables; do not take a second plate of soup, pastry, or pudding.
If they are the right sort, they melt—according to their means; usually it's pastry.

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