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What would be your ideal, dream donut?

My dream donut would be a blood-orange jelly donut.


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On Wed, 9 Apr 2014 23:08:21 -0400, "Christopher M."
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What would be your ideal, dream donut?

My dream donut would be a blood-orange jelly donut.


W. Pooh (AKA Winnie P.)


I used to make myself a chocolare cake donut presded deep into the
fudge icing then deep into the pan of crushed pecans. YUM!!

Working in the donut shop had it's definite advantages! :-)

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What would be your ideal, dream donut?

My dream donut would be a blood-orange jelly donut.


W. Pooh (AKA Winnie P.)


One with no calories!

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What would be your ideal, dream donut?

My dream donut would be a blood-orange jelly donut.


W. Pooh (AKA Winnie P.)


One with no calories!


A donut with no calories ... made no one EVAH! ;-)

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What would be your ideal, dream donut?



My dream donut would be a blood-orange jelly donut.





W. Pooh (AKA Winnie P.)


High on LSD again, huh?


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On 9-Apr-2014, "Christopher M." wrote:

What would be your ideal, dream donut?

My dream donut would be a blood-orange jelly donut.

I've mentioned my dream donut here before; one that I had in Philadelphia
many years ago. It was called Dutch Apple; jelly donut shell, filled with
apple pie filling, thickly-topped with white icing that has been pressed
into to crumb topping. Whenever I'm in a donut shop, I look for them;
but,
have never seen them again.


Years ago I used to buy thick sugar cookies with thickly topped white icing.
And then they'd put these confectionary lobster decorations on them that
looked great. Have never seen them again.

I also miss Boston cream pocket pies, covered with a chocolate flavored
glaze.


W. Pooh (AAK Winnei P.)


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On 4/9/2014 10:08 PM, Christopher M. wrote:
What would be your ideal, dream donut?


Fried, filled with fresh raspberry jam and lightly iced. With all
calories and carbs removed.

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On 4/9/2014 10:08 PM, Christopher M. wrote:
What would be your ideal, dream donut?


Fried, filled with fresh raspberry jam and lightly iced. With all
calories and carbs removed.

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I got some rasperry preserves (not jam) recently and it was filled with
seeds. Very bitter.

And once I bit into a rasperry muffin and got a raspberry seed stuck between
my teeth. Ouch.


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On Thursday, April 10, 2014 11:48:08 AM UTC-4, l not -l wrote:
On 9-Apr-2014, "Christopher M." wrote:

What would be your ideal, dream donut?


I've mentioned my dream donut here before; one that I had in Philadelphia
many years ago. It was called Dutch Apple; jelly donut shell, filled with
apple pie filling, thickly-topped with white icing that has been pressed
into to crumb topping. Whenever I'm in a donut shop, I look for them; but,
have never seen them again.


Ya know something? As much as I like good old Dunkin Donuts Boston Cremes (which I have exactly once a year, coming up at an annual event I host in early May), if you were standing on a street corner and holding up one of these, examining it as though you were Macbeth studying Yorick's skull, and I was anywhere nearby and knew what you had, I'd probably crash through whatever crowd there was, grab it right out of your hands, dash off down the street gibbering madly, and devour it by the time I reached the next corner.

So keep an eye out for me (two meanings there!) :-)

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On 4/9/2014 10:08 PM, Christopher M. wrote:
What would be your ideal, dream donut?


Fried, filled with fresh raspberry jam and lightly iced. With all
calories and carbs removed.


That sounds like a winner.

Cheri

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On 4/9/2014 9:08 PM, Christopher M. wrote:
What would be your ideal, dream donut?

My dream donut would be a blood-orange jelly donut.


W. Pooh (AKA Winnie P.)




The best donut I have ever eaten was a cake donut, split like a bagel,
toasted and spread with cream cheese, eaten while still hot.

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On 4/9/2014 9:08 PM, Christopher M. wrote:
What would be your ideal, dream donut?

My dream donut would be a blood-orange jelly donut.


W. Pooh (AKA Winnie P.)




The best donut I have ever eaten was a cake donut, split like a bagel,
toasted and spread with cream cheese, eaten while still hot.

gloria p


Was it a circular donut or a long donut? I think a long donut might be
easier to cut.


W. Pooh (AKA Winnie P.)


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On 2014-04-10 5:33 PM, Christopher M. wrote:
vour it by the time I reached the next corner.

So keep an eye out for me (two meanings there!) :-)


I got some old-fashioned, deep-fried donuts at a fair once. Changed my life.



I bet you can't wait till you are tall enough to go on the big rides.

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I have never heard Long Johns called "long donuts." Inventive. ;-)

N.


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