Will I find a great artisan bakery in Carcassonne with fluffy, flaky croissants made in house?
If they're not made in house it's not a bakery.
But remember - what you think of as a great croissant may not be considered as great by the next person
Here is an interesting article from 2012: …time.com/2012/…
A recent TV-5 Monde broadcast (documentary article), however, put the figure up closer to 70% now in 2014. (read the article first to understand that figure....)
Don't know how widespread this deception is country-wide, or if it's more of a Parisian (et environs) thing.
I understand........thanks for the info!
The best to you. Thanks for the info.
I just read an article in the Wall Street Journal about 'industrial croissants' which prompted my question. Thanks!
Even if they are cooked in house, doesn't mean the dough is made in house or made with the best ingredients - best advice, try a few and go back to the one you like best!
That works for me!!! Thanks.