Crescent Rolls and Islamic Terrorism

"In 1686 the Turks besieging Budapest built underground tunnels to gain access to the city. Bakers, who were up all night working, overheard the attackers and warned the city in time for a successful defense. In recognition of their service, the city gave the bakers a patent to make this commemorative pastry." ( The Horizon Cookbook Vol. II. Wendy Buehr, ed.)

So the next time you bite into a flaky, tasty croissant, remember that you are commemorating a great Christian victory over Islamic terrorism. Yummy.

Comments

Anonymous said…
All the Lands of Christendom need to unite under one flag and finish what the Muslims started at the Crusades.

Xindaeltal
Anonymous said…
Oh and I don't trust Snape