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baker_nat
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Icon 1 posted March 20, 2002 07:46      Profile for baker_nat     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
What is your favourate donut filling/topping, I like them with icing on the top and ceam, and jan, and custard, and icing sugar...
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Anything without custard inside is my favorite.
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Icon 10 posted March 20, 2002 08:00      Profile for spungo     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Anything from Tim Horton's - of which there are NONE in the U.K. :-(

There was one called a 'Dutchy' if I remember correctly - they were nice (especially if you pass it on the left hand side!)

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my very favorite is jelly, second best -- unlike fluff -- is custard

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boston creme filling!
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After a decade of living in the South, I've been assimilated: I love Krispy Kremes. The chocolate frosted w/o filling are my favorites.
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quote:
Originally posted by spungo:
Anything from Tim Horton's - of which there are NONE in the U.K. :-(

I spent a week driving around Nova Scotia last summer, and I must agree, Tim Horton's rocks. Their coffee was pretty good too.


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Boston Creme.... From Dunkn' D's
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the more chocolate the better........Z
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quote:
Originally posted by GameMaster:
Boston Creme.... From Dunkn' D's

to me, these are a close second to their bavarian cremes. the boston chocolate paired with filling is a little overwhelming on the taste buds, while the bavarian creme has /just/ the right balance of powdered sugar and pure artery-clogging filling.

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Mmmm... chocolate...ooh! double chocolate! *gasp* new flavor! triple chocolate!
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Ordinary glazed donuts from Krispy Kreme are just fine by me. (Or LaMar's, another donut shop we have around here. A coworker and I once ran a taste test between the two, and they came out pretty even. LaMar's donuts are bigger and fluffier, though.)

From an ordinary donut shop like Winchell's or the King Soopers bakery, I usually get a cinnamon roll.

Oh damn, now I'm getting hungry.


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Icon 1 posted March 20, 2002 21:36      Profile for TheAnnoyedCockroach   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
The apple fritters at Dunkin' Donuts.

Those are some gooooood pastries.

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Chocolate donuts... oooooh

/tries not to drool on the keyboard

Seems I'll have to make a stop on my way home...


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SPRINKLES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Will you guys stop it, doughnut are a nono as far as I am concerned, snif!

Actually I was quite impressed by the Krispy Kreme's site, with the nutritional information on their doughnuts which means I could calculate them into my diet
(Like, try one a week)


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This morning I went to a seminar on making online learning more interactive, and the dept. putting on the workshop provided two [b]huge[\b] platters of Krispy Kremes, all kinds. Yum! The doughnuts were so good and the speaker was so entertaining, I almost didn't mind that 90% of the information in the seminar was totally useless to me.
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I like jelly filled ones with either a cherry or strawberry filling. Then i like glazed and something called a clunker we have here. Those are really my favorite.
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You gotta watch those Krispy Kremes. They're about as addictive as "Ben & Jerry's Crack'n'Tobacco Crunch." They're more insidious than a Microsoft EULA. Once down the path of Krispy Kreme you start, forever will it dominate your destiny.
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My dog's favorite type of donut is "somebody else's".

This led to an obvious way to force her to get some exercise. Give my toddler (who loves little more than running circuits around the house) a donut, and sure enough, she starts chasing after the donutelope.

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Wow, a Krispy Kreme Website!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks!
I was so hoping I could download a lemon-filled one.
Maybe they deliver in those cute 1938 trucks!

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i would have to say starving crazed weasels are my favorite. but only because that's all the donut shop ever seems to have.

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quote:
Originally posted by spungo:
Anything from Tim Horton's - of which there are NONE in the U.K. :-(

There was one called a 'Dutchy' if I remember correctly - they were nice (especially if you pass it on the left hand side!)


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quote:
Originally posted by iballoondesign:
Mmmm... chocolate...ooh! double chocolate! *gasp* new flavor! triple chocolate!

i'm waiting for the death by chocolate filling

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I like those blueberry cake ones from Dunkin Donuts
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