Palet and Chocolate croissant stack – Craftsman & Wolves

Palet and Chocolate croissant stack - Craftsman & Wolves
Palet: praline, concord grape, nasturtium. $6.50
Chocolate croissant stack. $3.50
Craftsman & Wolves, San Francisco CA

I recently met a visiting food blogger for a little dessert break along the Valencia Street corridor in the Mission. Wattwurmnashi has a beautifully well-written blog with amazing food photographs – check it out! As you can see from her blog entry of our Craftsman & Wolves visit, her food photographs are far better than my lil’ iPhone pics, lol. And it’s especially amazing since she snaps her pics so skillfully quick! Anyway, I had a great time getting to know Wattmurmnashi and continue to enjoy her fabulous blog.

Now, as far as these desserts, one was definitely better than the other. The palet was very good with a nice mix of flavors and textures (and it was pretty snazzy looking too). The chocolate croissant stack was a big disappointment. It was super dry and not that tasty.

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7 thoughts on “Palet and Chocolate croissant stack – Craftsman & Wolves

  1. Pingback: Craftsman & Wolves, pâtisserie & café, San Francisco | wattwurmnashi

  2. Pingback: Craftsman & Wolves, pâtisserie & café, San Francisco | wattwurmnashi

  3. I think considering you’re using a camera phone, you often take very good pics, like this one. You have a good eye for composition. Your palet isn’t as flawless as mine though… You should return it [although they could always claim it’s artistic license]

  4. Pingback: Craftsman & Wolves, pâtisserie & café, San Francisco | wattwurmnashi

  5. Pingback: Craftsman & Wolves, pâtisserie & café, San Francisco | wattwurmnashi

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