Planning on making Danish Pastry for Thanksgiving Brunch at work. The timing will be a bit tricky, since it's in the middle of the week. So -- is it better to freeze the pastry dough and do the thaw/shape/bake thing the night before, or to actually bake the pastries and freeze them (minus any glaze), and then crisp them up in the oven?
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