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French Corner Bakery


Chef Benjamin  kindly allowed me to watch him at work. If you love fine baked goods, you must give him a try:

French Corner Bakery
2005 North Point Dr, Ste B
Durham, North Carolina










88 comments:

  1. Ao passar pela net encontrei seu blog, estive a ver e ler alguma postagens
    é um bom blog, daqueles que gostamos de visitar, e ficar mais um pouco.
    Tenho um blog, Peregrino E servo, se desejar fazer uma visita.
    Ficarei radiante se desejar fazer parte dos meus amigos virtuais, saiba que sempre retribuo seguido
    também o seu blog. Minhas saudações.
    António Batalha.
    Peregrino E Servo.
    http://peregrinoeservoantoniobatalha.blogspot.pt/

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  2. Oh, that is fun! I bet it smelled great in there, too. :)

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  3. I wish I lived a bit closer as I would sure love to visit this bakery and buy some goodies. Can almost smell the flavors.

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  4. Hari OM
    Mmmm -MMmmmm... can almost smell it from here!!! YAM xx

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  5. OMG!!! I want some bread!!!! great pics!!

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  6. Oh, I could almost smell the freshly baked bread!

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  7. It is nice to see these detailed photos from a bakery...

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  8. Wonderful pictures! Yum! Thanks for hosting the party! <3

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  9. Okay, I shouldn't have viewed this while I was hungry! YUM!!! Great pics and I know you enjoyed your visit. Did you get to sample? :)

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  10. I want some warm bread and butter! Yum! Teresa from NanaHood

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  11. The breads look great... and the baker is a good subject for photos. :) Thank you for sharing these.

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  12. I really like the b&w shots of Benjamin making his bread.

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  13. Damn, I want some. I love French bread and the baker looks like he is doing a wonderful job. Great pics.

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  14. Looked fun to watch I bet the smell was gorgeous :-)

    have a baketastic week :-)

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  15. The baker has a great presence and bakes look tempting and neat!

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  16. Lovely photos! Chef Benjamin looks so skillful...
    Thank you for sharing and hosting!

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  17. My first time linking up :) Thanks for hosting xx

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  18. Oh wow I bet the smell was just amazing :) xx

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  19. Nice shots. You can almost smell the bread baking

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  20. I'm so hungry right now, I could eat the monitor.

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  21. Hope you got to taste some of that bread!

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  22. Looks fantastic! Sure it's a good bread.

    Thank you for invite me here.

    Cheers, Heidrun

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  23. I can almost smell the aroma of fresh baked bread.

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  24. What amazing baker he must be, the bread looks wonderful!

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  25. Always good to watch a master baker at work...

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  26. As a former bread maker at a small local cider mill, I baked a cider bread that was out of this world. What great memories this series of photos brought back! Much love!!

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  27. I love baking even if I am not good at it! This is just my fave among your wordless Wednesday posts!

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  28. is this French bakery part of a chain or an individual one? only we have a chain in Dubai with the same name

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  29. Yes, I like this beautiful stream, I love bread, beautiful photos !!

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  30. Lovely shots; and so yum too! Love the 2nd shot especially, there's just something about it that gets my attention ... and of course the baked bread and pastry. I'd really like some right now, quite frankly :-) Thanks for your lovely linky too :-)

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  31. C'est la vie - the good life! How about some butter, a baguette fresh and hot out of the oven and a fine cup of coffee to start the day? Chef Benjamin shows the way...I'd fly to RDU right now if I could for a visit :)

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  32. Thanks for hosting this linky. I added mine - April on Instagram [LINKY].

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  33. Yum yum !!!! Great pictures !
    Greetings

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  34. I can almost smell the fresh bread! Have a terrific week.

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  35. They look delicious! Especially those cinnamon rolls :) This post is making me hungry hehehe

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  36. That looks like it would have been a lot of fun to watch. I sure hope they at least gave you some of that delicious looking bread though! Thanks for linking up with us over at the #BigTopBlogParty! Wishing you a fabulous week!

    Much love,
    Lysa xx

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  37. wishing I didn't live in michigan. www.catchatwithcarenandcody.com

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  38. I am thoroughly impressed. And suddenly hungry. Yum!

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  39. A French bakery! Ooh la la! There is nothing I like better than real French croissants.

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  40. Oh yes, nothing like freshly baked goods...
    They look so delicious!

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  41. Chef Benjamin's bread looks delicious! One of our favorite things about Paris was the bread. :)

    Thank you for hosting!

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  42. This bakers bread looks so delicious! He obviously loves his work.

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  43. I'll bet the aroma is tantalizing!

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  44. Great shots, you can almost smell the bread!

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  45. Nice series. Love fresh bread.

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  46. Yummy look at the cinnamon rolls!!!

    www.journalofjanedoe.com

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  47. It looks like he bakes beautiful breads. Nice of him to let you shoot him as he works his magic.

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  48. I have worked in the food industry for over 30 years, I love to watch the bakers, fresh bread, rolls, croissants, cakes, desserts, it is so entertaining to watch, and even better to be there for the final product test taste! LOL

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  49. oh my... I kid you not, I could SMELL this post. :)

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  50. Here I sit with my morning coffee and no roll !!! The cinnamon rolls would be divine right about now. Thanks so much for sharing not just the bread but the atmosphere of the bakery. Not I'm going to get some breakfast !!!!

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  51. Hello,

    Thank you very much for inviting me to participate in your Wordless Wednesday. The photos of French Corner Bakery are simply outstanding!!! I enjoyed each of them so much. You captured the process of making pastries in a wonderful candid way.

    Best wishes to you.

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  52. My mouth is watering and I can smell the bread. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I have added my link here too.

    Yael from Home Garden Diggers.com

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  53. ok it is seriously dangerous for me to enter into any bakery lol, croissants are my weakness. thanks for your comment at my blog too :-)

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  54. Bread is my weakness! Thanks for visiting my blog!

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  55. Great shots of the baker at work. I will link up next week. We had a power outage from Sat. p.m. until Monday a.m. and I missed my weekend and early Monday memes as a result.

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  56. Well that looks like a fun way to spend the day. Hope you got samples!

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  57. Great post! The bread looks good, is it gluten free?

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  58. Wonderful collage of a delicious subject! I do love fine breads, but North Carolina is a long way to go to get some ; )

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  59. i bet his breads are amazing!!

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  60. I'm starving this morning! Perhaps I should have waited to click through until after lunch ;) What great shots and how lovely that he let you take them!

    Thank you for joining us again this week at Photo Friday!

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  61. Beautiful behind the scenes shots!

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  62. This post made me very hungry! x

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  63. Oh, I wish I lived in Durham. YUM

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  64. I would love to apprentice in a bakery, particularly for bread! Thanks for visiting/commenting on my blog.

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  65. There is nothing better than warm bread just from the oven. I bet it smelled divine! Great shots.

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  66. So fun! My husband works in a bakery so I kind of familiar with the process. Good bread takes patience and knowledge. Some people think it is an easy process but there are many elements involved.

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  67. Great photos! Love seeing the master at work!

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  68. I bet you were salivating the entire time you watched him... warm bread. This would be really fun. I am totally intrigued by other people's professions and skills. What a fun day.

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  69. Yum! I could nearly smell the baked goods. :) Thanks for linking up at Life at Rossmont.

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  70. Bread making can be a true art form in itself. I love the story you told through your shots. Blessings!

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  71. Mmmm, I love a good loaf of french bread.

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  72. Thanks for the invite. Oh, I miss bread! I can't eat gluten and though I've found some tasty goodies, that bread does look delicious!!

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  73. Those rolls....I bet they taste fantastic!

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