Some people have pointed out that croissants need to be proofed for hours before they can be baked, which means it's far too ambitious a pastry to make in one morning. My defense was that these partygoers will be sleeping a long time. But no, I didn't consider the prep time at all. This is why I draw comics about partying and not about going to culinary school - because I am cool.
9 thoughts on “#478 – oh word”
Hung over people on the floor won't be able to tell the difference.
It's also very easy to believe that the broaching of his past with Hanna + confronting her with his desire to be her apprentice and get seriously into baking + not wanting to bother a clearly worn out Aimee made Will unable to sleep so he decided to spend the night prepping and perfecting croissants to keep himself occupied.
That is how I read it
Will is still learning. Perhaps he too is not privy to the hours of proofing needed before hand. Rookie mistake!
They would be equally grateful for pancakes 🙂
Clearly, Cody is more of a recreational user.
(What the heck do I know? I've never touched the stuff myself)
Is it too late to edit this to 'scones'? 😀
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I've always loved this turn that Will decides to take <3
He's making pancakes. The croissants are in cans in the fridge.