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Other challenges include cupcake flower arrangements, eclairs, tiny berry desserts, mini pies for outdoor gatherings and desserts that use agave as a sweetener.
The adults with special needs learn about measuring ingredients for pastries such as cupcakes, cakes, tarts, eclairs and challah.
Only a couple of items never change, such as eclairs and currant scones.
Pastries include danishes, scones, croissants, biscotti, fudge, eclairs and tartlets.
Favorite food vendors include potato pancakes, barbecue ribs and pulled pork, ice cream, pizza, Stromboli, chicken and bakery items from eclairs to tiramisu.
But the waterfront remains much the same as when Gubbins used to work in the resort's bakery making the locally famous eclairs.
We’re talking cookies, cakes, tarts, bars, brownies, galettes, eclairs, tortes and petit fours — and then some.
J’aime will sell La Colombe coffee, viennoiserie (such as croissants), pastries (such as fruit tarts, eclairs, madeleines, merveilleux), quiches and sandwiches for lunch, sweet crepes, and a small bread line (baguettes, mostly).
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Origin and Etymology of éclair
First Known Use: 1861See Words from the same year
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Definition of éclair for English Language Learners
: a type of long pastry that is filled with whipped cream or a sweet cream filling and usually topped with chocolate
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