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Help answer this baking question?

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    nelsonmichaelrposted 6 years ago

    Help answer this baking question?

    Your catering team is preparing Danish pastries for a corporate breakfast meeting. You want each Danish pastry to be tender, flaky, and delicious, How will you communicate this to your team.What techniques will you achieve these results?

  2. Gypsy Willow profile image79
    Gypsy Willowposted 6 years ago

    Ask the team to prepare them by following exactly a recipe you have crafted to perfection. Ask for samples before you prepare the final batch.

  3. Treasure Tweet profile image71
    Treasure Tweetposted 6 years ago

    Hi guys,we're at it again.No panic.It's all we're used to doing.And as we're noted for excellent service,I believe we ain't gonna make a mess of our record.Let's get cracking guys.Tray 'em up (and tell them the time you want the pastries chocked in the oven).We all know Danish pastries take about 8 minutes to get done.Don't we?.Lol.Then thumb up...just as an incentive to make them perform excellently well to your expectation.

  4. woodamarc profile image72
    woodamarcposted 6 years ago

    There is nothing better than direct supervision over the process to ensure a Danish pastry recipe is followed to the letter.  And once the process is established, it is repeatable.