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Old 04-26-2009, 10:35 PM   #70
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Boy, some of you guys sure take your doughnuts seriously (closet bakers? or just getting close to lunchtime?) I bet one of you even has a fully illustrated ebook entitled "The History of the Doughnut, Past, Present and Future." No, that would be more like a Coffee Table Book I guess.

I'm getting sooooo hungry . . . Hurry May 2nd!!!!!
Part of our history...The Canadian angle.
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It?s so much more than just fried dough. The history of Canada?s favourite snack tells our story more relevantly and succinctly than any high school textbook ... A profound and valuable read.
-Mette Bach-Globe & Mail
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