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Looking for sandwich breads, mini croissants, mini quiches, mini scones, and bite size pastries for afternoon tea in December.

wellworld | Sep 18, 201512:48 PM     1

I host an annual afternoon holiday tea at my home in December. In the past, I have found bakeries that will do mini quiches, mini croissants, mini scones, and bite sized pastries, but this year, I am having no luck finding any bakery to do this for me.
I am in northwest San Francisco, so i would prefer not to have to drive to the East Bay or Marin for pick ups.
Any suggestions of bakeries where you have seen these items on offer? Also open to home bakers that have experience and can do a great job with these items.
Thank you, wise chowhounds.

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