pain au chocolat

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pain au cho·co·lat

 (pän ō shō′kō-lät′, păN ô shō′kō-lä′)
A light, flaky, rectangular pastry with a chocolate filling.

[French : pain, bread + au, with the + chocolat, chocolate.]
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The lawmakers from Gascony, better known for its rugby, bull running and duck-meat delicacies, say the sweet pastry they call "chocolatine" originates from their region.
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Igual mantenia el rojo, negro y blanco en la pintura de su cara y el reparto de los chocolatines al final de su acto.
Executive pastry chef/owner Elizabeth Casey of On the Rise Baking in Worcester shares a favorite cookie, Chocolatines, a recipe from Nicholas Malgieri, who launched the baking program at Peter Kump's New York Cooking School.
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