|The Restaurant: From Concept to Operation|
|by John R. Walker|
Recently, there has been an explosion of restaurant openings. The National Restaurant Association predicts that this will continue into this century.
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1. Preheat oven ... cookie sheet, unroll croissants. Spoon and ... stick to the pan. Greasing pan or using parchment paper helps to solve this problem.
Unroll and flatten ... top of each croissant with egg wash. ... of each. Try using different fillings such ... poppy seed filling or raspberry jam! . Rohner
Melt butter in ... (if you are using a breadmaker). Dump ... you could probably make a pretty good pot pie with it (minus the almond flavoring of course).
Mash avocado in ... leaves, red onion and remaining bacon on the bottom half of the croissant. Spoon avocado ... top. Close sandwich together and enjoy.
Saute mushrooms with ... 375 degrees. Slice croissants in half, lengthwise. ... 15 minutes or until cheese is just melted and sandwich is heated through.
About 45 minutes ... degrees. Slice each croissant horizontally in half. Spread bottom halves of croissants with mustard; top ... 380 calories per serving.
1. Split the croissants in half, sandwich ... with 2 sprigs of arugula and cover with the second croissant half. Press lightly and serve. Yield: 4 servings.
In a bowl, ... mixture on each croissant bottom. Top with ... pepper rings. Spoon 2 teaspoons mustard over sandwich. Replace croissant top. Yield: 6 servings.
Place ingredients into ... faced down in pan. Brush top of croissants with 1 well beaten egg. Bake at 400 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes until golden brown.
Place crumpled foil in each slit to hold croissant open. Heat croissants in preheated 325 ... top. Spoon cherry filling over ice cream. Makes 4 servings.
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