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Friday, January 18, 2008
Polish Donuts?
A famous donut in Warsaw. It was pretty good, although us Canadians consider ourselves the world standard in donut making, so I don't want to give this one too much praise.

posted by kent at 1:57 AM

5 Comments:

Blogger ShadowFalcon said...

ummm donuts

i don't care if they are Canadian or polish i haven't had a donut in months, time to fix that

6:14 PM  
Blogger Mary said...

Donuts are good not matter what country they are made in. Homemade are the best with just a little cinnamon and white sugar on them. Those are the ones my Grandma used to make. However, about once a year I indulge in a Tim H*rtons.

Blessings,
Mary

8:21 AM  
Blogger Vimaljit said...

how do u make donuts?

6:41 AM  
Blogger kent said...

There are three types of donuts: cake donuts, sour cream donuts, and another type that i can't remember the name.

You make the latter by mixing up a batter and then using a fancy contraption to put the batter into boiling oil in the shap of a donut.

The former resemble cakes. You can either bake them or fry them. Most of the time, they come pre-maid.

The middle...i think the same way as the cake donuts...just that they're made of sour cream.

7:15 AM  
Blogger Miss Canthus said...

The latter are called glazed donuts. After deep frying they are somehow treated to a clear sugary glaze.

12:48 PM  

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