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January 11, 2010


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My Carolina Kitchen

I've always wanted to make these but have been shy because they looked hard. Your pictures have proved that's not so....you've made them look easy and within my reach to prepare. Thanks.

Anamaris Cousins Price

oh dear, oh dear, oh dear! These look AWESOME! Yummmmmy!


They look beautiful, edible, delicious! These are my favorite. Thanks for sharing his recipe!


This looks really good, I'd love to try it but I can't buy puff pastry in Panama. Too bad. I request it often but with no success. How do you make the real puff pastry?


Looks so good and beautiful...and with that awesome food image I can almost taste it and imagine its texture. I'm gonna try it!


They look great. I've never made puff pastry from scratch. It seems so hard. Is it? Love baking too. I'll visit your site again. If you want to take a break from the kitchen, you're welcome to read my blog: www.bluamaryllis.wordpress.com
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Jozee Pizzurro

They would make a nice addition to a week-end breakfast. Looks delicious!


I have never tried palmiers before, but these sound amazing with all the spices! They have a very unique shape to them, and it looks like they're fun to make.


yeah, i love puff pastry! and it goes perfectly well with those spice!


These look perfect! One of my goals is to perfect my puff pastry-making skills, so I will be sure to make these soon. yUM!

Tangled Noodle

From their heart shapes to their golden color, these palmiers are marvelous! I'm not sure if I'm ready to tackle making puff pastry (I have yet to wean myself from the bread machine and make a loaf by 'hand') but seeing these makes me daydream about the possibility. 8-)

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