I need to finish 25 croissants today

I saw this great deal on Costco croissants so I had them delivered yesterday…

A great deal…but at what cost? I soon discover that they expire today.

What fate! It seems anything that sounds too good to be true is too good to be true.

expire or sell by date?

That saying sounds too good to be true.

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I’ll send my dog over, she’ll have this handled in under an hour.

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So, you live about 55 minutes away from the Colonel?

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She’s a boxer, so she might finish them in five minutes.

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This is where working in the office comes in handy. Bring them in and they’ll be gone quickly!

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It’s pronounced “croissant”

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You DO know that pretty much everything at Costco is for 10 people or for small businesses for resale?

You have learned a valuable lesson. You’ll have two croissants for breakfast, lunch, and dinner for four days straight, until they go bad. Maybe some as snacks. Or you can employ another house resident to help.
And you won’t buy that many croissants (what is that, two packages?) again.

Freeze some.

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I’ll send over The Cleaner

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Speak for yourself. I will finish this party platter by myself tonight

It’s OK to throw away half them, uneaten. The dozen or so that you did eat were still cheaper, and probably tastier, than the ones you buy at the local grocery store.

Just toast them in the oven, kills off any bacteria and fungi. Lasts a month

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Throw them in the freezer.

If they get stale, would make delicious croutons or bread brumbs

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croissant croutons? not sure that would work

Bread pudding??? :yum:

Teh Googlez has lotsa croissant crouton recipes!!!

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French toast

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How lazy are you?

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