(1) Let's face it, buttery puff pastry either needs to be warm to entice me, or feather-light crisp.(2) Tatars and Russians also subscribe to the same school of hospitality, centring around the samovar and large arrays of buttery pastries.(3) The honeyed fila pastries and buttery nut cookies compose a separate late afternoon meal accompanied by thick Greek coffee.(4) Let me confess at this point to a fatal prior weakness for tarts made with proper, homemade, buttery pastry.(5) The hall's fireplace and some of the columns survive, as do the outlines of the hall's buttery , pantry, service rooms and kitchen.(6) We would stagger down from the Rue Oberkampf and collapse on the lawns of the Place des Vosges, letting the buttery pastry melt into our veins.(7) A cobbler is not unlike a pie, but with a very thick layer - or individual blobs - of buttery sweet pastry on top of the fruit.(8) After all, a chicken kiev is some dubious old meat, steamed off the bone, which threatens to shoot a hot jet of greasy, buttery juice into your eye if you don't approach it with care├ö├ç┬¬(9) The pecan tastes most strongly of the actual nut, and is a marvellously rich, buttery paste.(10) Before the girls leave Northsound, they sample a local delicacy - the buttery .(11) Monica had the pan-fried crab claws in garlic butter for ├ö├®┬╝11.50, which necessitated getting her fingers all buttery .(12) The buttery and pantry were constructed strategically adjacent to the great hall in a way that the meal could be served still warm!(13) Their Butter Croissant is based on a light, buttery pastry of long French tradition.(14) Who can resist the flinty crispness of baked pecans, suspended in a maple-goo inside short, buttery pastry?(15) They have a pale gold creamy colour, buttery flavour and fine-grained texture.(16) Creamy Brie, buttery croissants, indulgent pastries are just part of the French paradox.