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The basic answer is that not only may you, but you must return to where you ate if you can. Practical Halacha says After eating or drinking the required amounts, you may say bracha achrona (including birkat ha'mazon) as long as: You are still satiated after having been hungry and eaten, OR You were not satiated after eating and it is less ...
Not only may he bentch, according to many Rishonim he has to bentch before he can continue eating (as opposed to the opinion of the other Rishonim, that he may continue eating when he returns without bentching first, and bentch when he is done). Rambam Hilchos Berachos 4:3: היה אוכל בבית זה ופסק סעודתו והלך לבית אחר. או שהיה אוכל וקראהו חבירו לדבר עמו ...
I was sure it was hamotzi but your question made me doubt and check. It is indeed a machloket and seems to depend on the specific product. For Stacy's Pita chips, the OU poskim say it is hamotzi but they acknowledge others say mezonot (see here). dinonline says, like your source and Rav, that it depends if the chips were initially baked as a pita then ...
I heard from my Rebbi Rav Menachem Feifer Shlita״h that it depends. If it was made from existing pita it is Hamotzi, but if it is made ' from scratch ' it is Mezonos. Check out this source from a Brachos Site
The Wikipedia page defines cronuts as fried, so, assuming DD is making them the normal way, they are not subject to Pas Yisrael. Regarding the Bracha, the Shulchan Aruch (OC 168:7) defines Pas HaBa'a BeKisnin in three ways, one of which is: ...וְיֵשׁ אוֹמְרִים שֶׁהִיא עִסָה שֶׁעֵרֵב בָּהּ דְּבַשׁ אוֹ שֶׁמֶן וַהֲלָכָה כְּדִבְרֵי כֻּלָּם שֶׁלְּכָל ...
You need to make Shehakol because dough isn't intended for eating Source: Brachot 6:3
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