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Wednesday, 03 November 2021



beautiful sunrise


Next time you are in the area b. patisserie makes the kouign-amann by which all other kouign-amann are judged, at least the americanized version. Truly a delight!


I made your radicchio recipe a long while back, thumbs up. Our last pre CV trip was also to SF in Jan 2020. Thanks for the posts!


I've had the kouign amann from b patisserie (a fiid gift from a friend who bought me half a dozen) and they were so flaky and buttery. Nice post with lovely sights (historic homes and croissants)


It was very striking Kat!

I've read about that Joy....though an acquaintance recommended the croissants....which is something we search out everywhere.

Thanks for reminding me about the radicchio RD! Haven't made that in a while. Too bad that the place where we had that in PDX has closed. I'm going to do our pre-Covid CDMX visit post in this type of framework.

We enjoyed the walk CC! And diner was enjoyable as well.


I don’t know if you’ve been there yet during your SF visits, but I would highly recommend Arsicault Bakery! It’s was my favorite croissant and kouign amann in SF. Especially if you get a hot one!


Hi An - I actually have Arsicault Bakery on my "map" that I use. It was just a bit farther then I wanted to walk. We'll get there next time! It's great to hear from you and hope all is well.


I'll have to give Jane the Bakery a try next time I visit. That's cool you tried the 3 croissants.


I tried to line up the places along a nice walking route Soo....


Is that potato just mandoline sliced and then reassembled and roasted?


Hi Dereck - It's just a more fancy and refined version of Hasselback Potatoes:

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