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The Goods

June Naylor

Some Like It Savory

Spotting a bakery box on the kitchen island or breakroom counter makes the heart skip a beat.And when the pastries — whether impossibly light, crimped, layered or folded — reveal savory fillings, it turns the average day into a holiday.Here’s what made our best-loved list.

RESOURCES Black Rooster Bakery 2430 Forest Park Blvd., Fort Worth; 817-924-1600 or blackroosterbakery.com Duffey’s Kolache Bakery 8333 SoHi Drive, Suite 100, Fort Worth; 817-428-2777 or duffeyskolachebakery.com Glazed Doughnuts & Cafe 4306 Matlock Road, Arlington; 817-557-2400 or glazedcafe.com Swiss Pastry Shop 3936 W. Vickery Blvd., Fort Worth; 817-732-5661 or swisspastryonline.com

1 | Texas Turnover, Swiss Pastry Shop

The puff pastry creation tops the list of Hans Peter Muller’s popular savory baked goods.Inside the buttery layers of dough is a filling of cream cheese blended with apple-woodsmoked ham and tart pickled jalapenos, a spicy treat we’d wash down with a glass of iced tea or pint of lager. $1.30 each.

2 | Bacon eclairs and doughnuts, Glazed Doughnuts & Cafe

A master crafter of elegant doughnuts, chef Vinny Chhuon makes art of his sweets and his savories. Go for the eclair filled with chocolate and topped with maple icing and two strips of bacon. If you’re counting calories, try a maple-glazed doughnut garnished with bacon pieces.Bacon eclair, $1.75 each; doughnut, $1.65 each.

3 | Red-pepper-mozzarella scone, Black Rooster Bakery

Pastry chef Marche Ann Mann’s most popular savory scone is the bacon-cheddar-jalapeno flavor, but we fell hard for this one. Bold for a pastry, they turn brunch into a special event. $3 each.

4 | Pulled-pork kolaches, Duffey’s Kolache Bakery

Using a recipe passed down from his Czech grandmother, Erin Duffey makes kolaches flavored with old-country goodness.This version begs to be taken to our next tailgate gathering, along with our favorite barbecue sauce. $2.50 each.

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