FOOD FUN: DIY Filled Donut Holes

[1] David Burke’s Warm Drunken Donuts. [2] A showman as well as a chef, David Burke often has special serveware made for his creations. Donut carousel, anyone? (photos #1 and #2 courtesy Chef David Burke). [3] Banana beignets add another popular flavor to donut holes. Here’s the recipe from Food Network.   Chef David Burke,…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Ice Cream Donuts

A fun project for a long weekend: ice cream donuts. There are two ways to look at them. One requires a donut pan and some fabrication. The other requires nothing but donuts and ice cream.   RECIPE #1: DONUT ICE CREAM SANDWICHES (Photo #1) Ingredients Donuts of choice (without frosting or filling) Garnishes of choice:…
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FOOD HOLIDAY: National Donut Day & A Cronut Recipe

June 7th is National Donut Day. The holiday was created in 1938 by the Salvation Army, to honor the women who served donuts to servicemen in World War I (at that time, it was called the Great War). From its first appearance in 17th-century English, the word evolved from dough-nut to doughnut to donut (see…
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