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Pastry Los Angeles

Bulle Bakery Bulle (Food of the Week)

Scandinavian culinary influence has proliferated across the globe thanks to chefs like Rene Redzepi, Magnus Nilsson, and Marcus Samuelsson. Los Angeles is finally starting to get a taste of the region, and not just...
Bakery San Diego

Wayfarer Bread Apricot Cream Morning Bun (Food of the Week)

It won’t be long before San Diegans realize they have greatness in their midst with Crystal White, a young but experienced baker who worked alongside Na Young Ma at L.A.’s Proof Bakery and both...
Pastry Santa Barbara

Bree’osh Brioche Cinnamon Roll (Food of the Week)

Brioche is the primary focus for Nelly Mousseau and Pierre-Yves Henry, France natives who debuted charming Bree’osh bakery in ritzy Montecito Village in September 2015. Their tiny cafe features photo-lined yellow walls, white tile...
Pastry Los Angeles

BakerCakeMaker Ensaymada (Food of the Week) [CLOSED]

At BakerCakeMaker in Hollywood’s Sunset Kafco Plaza, “Sweet” is tagged on the wall and chef Aris Rodriguez showcases pastries that are “Filipino inspired with an L.A. flair.” Rodriguez, who joked that he’s the A-Rod...
Pastry Salt lake City

Les Madeleines Kouign Amann (Food of the Week)

$5.50 for a kouign amann?! Culinary legend Thomas Keller charges a mere $4 for the Brittany inspired baked good in Beverly Hills, yet Les Madeleines proprietor Romina Rasmussen has the gall to charge $5.50...
Bakery Sign San Diego

Ching’s Famous Hopia Bakeshop: Filipino Treat in National City

National City has one of the largest Filipino enclaves in Southern California, with whole strip malls devoted to cuisine of the Philippines. On the north side of town, Ching’s Famous Hopia Bakeshop specializes in...