A-chan, the patissier, makes sweets on his days off and gets his lover to taste them. But there's one dessert he only makes on occasion. What's the meaning behind that special sweet that always comes in a dozen?
It's um ... I would say this qualifies as a vignette ... if it had more panels or words. It's like a single moment in the day of the life of a loving couple of whom we nothing about except the one guy is a pastry chef or summat and bakes on his day off and has his partner try a bit of everything he makes. Yeah, um, I'm sure this is a bonus scene to another manga that somehow ended up as a standalone.
Something about the eyes seemed off. It took me a bit to realize what it was: they're just white irises with no pupils. Aaaand, that's honestly about the only opinion I have on this one. It's very short and devoid of content. I guess I can also say that the last, "climactic" page felt sappy and overly concerned with using a phrasing that connected the romantic idea to food.