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<div style="RIGHT: auto">Everyone says don`t go to the grocery store when you`re hungry. I typically try not to do that -- but since I was going to the grocery store to pick up my lunch (my local grocery store has stand-alone sections where they cook or prepare foods - salads, sandwiches, etc.) - I was hungry!<var></var> While in there I was grabbing some fruit I`d need for the rest of the work week -- but when as I was grab my lunch and check out these Braided Apple Spice French Pastries jumped out at me. I`m a sucker for anything apple pastry wise and they looked so yummy! So ... I bought them. And they are really good. The only sweetness you get is from the course sugar on top of the pastry, which I brushed off a bit of as I ate one. They are rather large pastry sticks so I ate 1/3 in a sitting. It`s a classic french pastry, where it`s light, layered and will undoubtedly make you "wear"
pieces of the crust as it falls all over the place. Messiness aside, these are really good! The only downside with pastries like this is they don`t really give you a whole lot of filling. I can do without the added layers and the sugar -- throw some more apple in there!</div>
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