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Soccer862923
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Go To Donuts - Wed, 01/6/10 9:43 PM
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Well a few people and I were bored today and work and we started talking about our favorite donuts. I talked about my donut exploration that I have done through the Dayton area and I found that I tend to get 2 donuts whenever I am trying out a new place as they tend to give me an overall impression of the quality: carmel glazed persian and apple fritter.

Sometimes I make out good and sometimes I don't but more often than not at least 1 is edible. I sometimes deviate but not very often, so my question is does anybody else of have a "Go To" donut?

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Re:Go To Donuts - Wed, 01/6/10 11:48 PM
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It's definitely the plain cake donut for me. I like one with a nice crunchy outer crust. If I want a second kind, I usually go with custard/Bavarian cream with powder on the outside.

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Re:Go To Donuts - Thu, 01/7/10 8:27 AM
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I always look for a raspberry jelly filled. With everything else they're serving these days, the local Dunkin' took these out of the rotation...I've haven't been back since I found that out.

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Re:Go To Donuts - Thu, 01/7/10 9:00 AM
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Plain Cake, Chocolate Cream Filled, Cruellers, and I always ask if they have a speciality...Russ

Try eating a plain cake donut after slicing it in half like a bagel. Then toast it medium and serve it hot with butter. Best done in a toaster oven as they are tough to get out of a toaster.

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Re:Go To Donuts - Thu, 01/7/10 9:10 AM
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Russ Jackson


Plain Cake, Chocolate Cream Filled, Cruellers, and I always ask if they have a speciality...Russ

Try eating a plain cake donut after slicing it in half like a bagel. Then toast it medium and serve it hot with butter. Best done in a toaster oven as they are tough to get out of a toaster.


Ok, that sounds really good. I may have to try that this weekend.

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Re:Go To Donuts - Thu, 01/7/10 9:20 AM
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Call me boring, but my go to always has to include at least one glazed.  I love all kinds of douts but nothing beats a really good plain glazed.  But I also look for something unique to go with it.

I tried an interesting one last week.  Auddino's Bakery across from the fairgrounds in Columbus has deep fried glazed croissants.  That will have to become a regular but not to frequent (given that it has to be really bad for you) treat in our house.

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Re:Go To Donuts - Thu, 01/7/10 9:33 AM
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hatteras04


Call me boring, but my go to always has to include at least one glazed.  I love all kinds of douts but nothing beats a really good plain glazed.  But I also look for something unique to go with it.

I tried an interesting one last week.  Auddino's Bakery across from the fairgrounds in Columbus has deep fried glazed croissants.  That will have to become a regular but not to frequent (given that it has to be really bad for you) treat in our house.


I will try it. I also like there rolls. The owners Wife is a special person. they also carry this product. http://www.sciabica.com/products/28oz-Exclusivo-Wild-Porcini-Sauce.html which I love. They have several very good Donuts...Russ

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Re:Go To Donuts - Thu, 01/7/10 9:52 AM
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hatteras04


Call me boring, but my go to always has to include at least one glazed.  I love all kinds of douts but nothing beats a really good plain glazed.




Have to second that and add a donut with just the top chocolate frosted. So when I stop in a donut place I usually walk out with those two. Anything else I get there is for someone else. 

Allan


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Re:Go To Donuts - Thu, 01/7/10 10:13 AM
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A regular glazed donut works for me, or a glazed twist.  After that, probably a cinnamon roll of some kind, chocolate donut, and a Bavarian (Boston) cream filled donut would be my next choices.

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Re:Go To Donuts - Thu, 01/7/10 10:16 AM
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hatteras04
 

...I tried an interesting one last week.  Auddino's Bakery across from the fairgrounds in Columbus has deep fried glazed croissants.  That will have to become a regular but not to frequent (given that it has to be really bad for you) treat in our house.


Baker's supermarket in Omaha, Ne., also has a deep-fried, glazed croissant.  It sounds weird, but is VERY yummy.  And yes, I agree with you hatteras04 -- it has to be very bad for you!