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  • inthslif
    inthslif Posts: 96 Member
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    dym123 wrote: »
    inthslif wrote: »
    In my heavier years. ....a large cinnamon twist and a coffee was the norm......that mom n pop shop knew how to make a twist.....mmmmmm

    Though it wasn't in my heavier days, but in my marathon runner/triathlete days when I had a super high metabolism, there was this small little shop near my office that sold apple fritters the size of my head and I would get one at least once a week.

    Mmmmm........in my home town.....another mom n pop place had apple fritters. .....sooo good
  • dragonmaster69
    dragonmaster69 Posts: 131 Member
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    Nope, if it's a donut, it's gotta be this one. It's been on food network.

    round-rock-donuts.jpg

    Este. Everyone else in this thread is just wrong.


    But...my taste buds say i'm right. :wink:
  • juggernaut1974
    juggernaut1974 Posts: 6,212 Member
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    This probably needs to go in the confessions thread on the other board...

    I never cared for Krispy Kremes.

    Maple Glazed Cake Donuts FTW!!
  • Francl27
    Francl27 Posts: 26,371 Member
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    MrM27 wrote: »
    Francl27 wrote: »
    I'm terribly picky about donuts. The chains just don't do it for me. I grew up with jelly 'beignets' in France and it's been hard to find something as good.

    But Donut Plant in NYC is seriously fantastic. I tried the hazelnut and the creme brulee ones and they were incredible

    :)

    And a salted caramel donut from a local donut shop that opened two months ago. I've tried three of their donuts so far and they are delicious.. so light and fluffy.
    I completely forgot I recommended that place. I'm glad you went and enjoyed it

    My only regret is that I couldn't try one of each!
  • 970Mikaela1
    970Mikaela1 Posts: 2,013 Member
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    Nope, if it's a donut, it's gotta be this one. It's been on food network.

    round-rock-donuts.jpg

    That's how I like mine. ONE box at a time.
  • Robbnva
    Robbnva Posts: 590 Member
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    Nope, if it's a donut, it's gotta be this one. It's been on food network.

    round-rock-donuts.jpg

    Este. Everyone else in this thread is just wrong.


    But...my taste buds say i'm right. :wink:

    But have you tried a round rock donut?
  • Robbnva
    Robbnva Posts: 590 Member
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    Nope, if it's a donut, it's gotta be this one. It's been on food network.

    round-rock-donuts.jpg

    That's how I like mine. ONE box at a time.

    Lol
  • HeySwoleSister
    HeySwoleSister Posts: 1,938 Member
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    Best doughnuts I ever had were at some fancy brunch place at Williamsburg. Right next to the omelet station there was a chef standing there at a fryer, cooking up fresh yeast doughnuts and dropping them right in to a dish of cinnamon-sugar, still hot and shiny from the fryer.

    Holy hell, they were delicious.
  • betuel75
    betuel75 Posts: 776 Member
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    Only had one donut today, a chocolate glazed(so good!). Im proud of myself. I usually eat about 4-7 on fridays.
  • dragonmaster69
    dragonmaster69 Posts: 131 Member
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    Robbnva wrote: »
    Nope, if it's a donut, it's gotta be this one. It's been on food network.

    round-rock-donuts.jpg

    Este. Everyone else in this thread is just wrong.


    But...my taste buds say i'm right. :wink:

    But have you tried a round rock donut?

    Unfortunately, I haven't had much chance for donut places in my area. All the "better" donut places around me are open terrible hours. What my taste buds are currently getting is making them very happy, but of course I'm open to all possibilities, and I want to try everything. OveralI, I am a satisfied donut eater.
  • dym123
    dym123 Posts: 1,670 Member
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    supposed to go to a buffet for brunch tomorrow, I'm in trouble if they have anything that resembles a donut. mmmmmm....donut.
  • HeySwoleSister
    HeySwoleSister Posts: 1,938 Member
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    MrM27 wrote: »
    EWJLang wrote: »
    Best doughnuts I ever had were at some fancy brunch place at Williamsburg. Right next to the omelet station there was a chef standing there at a fryer, cooking up fresh yeast doughnuts and dropping them right in to a dish of cinnamon-sugar, still hot and shiny from the fryer.

    Holy hell, they were delicious.

    If you're in Williamsburg during Hanukkah then you could probably get an awesome Sufganiyot. Now those are amazing.

    MMMM. Yes. I consulted Google and apparently the Williamsburg Lodge is still doing on-the-spot doughnuts as part of the brunch buffet. ~plans vacation solely for food~