My Breakfast at Provence Bakery (Prunedale)

My review of the Provence Bakery is up on the Patch.

Excerpt: The new owners are brothers, Greg and Guillaume D’Angio, from the port city of Marseille, in Provence. Their arrival in Prunedale was preceded by what was for them an epic adventure. Both had studied for 10 years in the famed L’Ecole de Cuisine of Alain Ducasse in Paris. Guillaume became a pastry cook and chef; Greg became a chocolatier, who creates sugar art. Read more HERE in the Watsonville Patch.


Soft-scrambled eggs with spinach and tomato, in the French style.

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6 thoughts on “My Breakfast at Provence Bakery (Prunedale)

  1. Thank you for writing about this terrific place in Prundale (Prunedale????). I had the almond croissant this morning and it was indeed so delicious.

  2. Pym

    You’re welcome, and salamat for your comment!

    Jean

  3. That looks amazing. We just moved into the neighborhood and I can’t wait to try this place!

  4. etothepii

    I’m creating a website for them and wondered if I could use the pictures you took?
    Thanks!

  5. Pym

    Sure, you can use the photographs that are on my website, https://localnomad.wordpress.com, but please credit me: Jean Vengua. You can’t use the photos on the Watsonville Patch website, because Patch/AOL owns the copyrights.

  6. etothepii

    Okay sure, thank you

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