Dominique Ansel Says There’s No Need for Cronut Aggression

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Things have been a little hectic at Dominique Ansel Bakery since last Thursday, when we first reported on the improbable existence of cronuts, those rose-flavored, half-croissant, half-doughnuts that have since gone on to set the pastry world aflame. As mentioned earlier, these puppies are labor-intensive — the bakers have been pulling extra shifts — but the cronuts have nonetheless sold out bright and/or early every day since last Friday's debut. (So you know, pretty much everything else the bakery makes is delicious.) Today, there's a bit of disturbing cronut news out of Soho.

Demand has now apparently led to this:


Not cool. We're all in this together, people. The only way we'll get more cronuts is by working together.

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