Golden and flaky, croissants are a breakfast staple in France where they are often dunked into a cup of café crème or chocolat chaud. Enthusiasts may gently unroll the crescent layers, but never in public where it’s considered très gauche to play with one’s bread. In Spain, it is customary to use a knife and fork to eat croissants, while the North Americans method usually involves lifting the entire pastry to take a bite.
Etiquette experts have the final word here and advise that when adding jelly, preserves, or the like, croissant lovers should carefully tear off small pieces and spoon on the topping.
Lest those delicious flakes go to waste, etiquette experts recommend that one should use a teaspoon to scoop them up.
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