I had no idea, well, maybe I did. But having no penchant for pastries and breads with something chocolate or anything sweet, I only bought one to try. After the first bite, I knew I was doomed. Soft, flaky bread revealed a treasure of delicious chocolate, a perfect spread that wasn't too thin you'd think they're being stingy, neither too thick that you'd be recoiling from the cloying taste.
This buttery bread had me hooked, so much so that I almost cried after finishing it off. Had I known it would be this addicting, I would have bought at least half a dozen (only for myself, yes). Oh, I'll be back alright, and aside from this dreamy croissant, my next victims will be the milk chocolate and dark chocolate chip cookies.
Do let me know what else is good at Eric Kayser...
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FRM Bites: A background...
What happens to my short reviews of varied food finds? They are merely left to be seen by my Facebook and Instagram followers, but what then of my blog readers?
As I pondered these questions, I decided to include these short reviews on this blog itself so that these little food gems may see the blogosphere's light of day. Short and may or may not be sweet, FRM Bites is all about that particular food I had one afternoon---one I used to deem too short for an official blog post---or a new dish at a restaurant I've already blogged about, or maybe that supermarket find that's just too good to pass up.
Either way, FRM Bites will be a delicious (or literally not) addition to this blog. Feel free to leave a comment or maybe suggest a similar fare that may be better than what I've raved or ranted about.