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My new doughnut rage, inspired by Canada's famous BeaverTails

By Denise Jones, member

October 27th, 2010

Various doughnut incarnations are popular around the globe. Shapes include rings, balls, and flattened spheres, as well as ear shapes, twists and other forms. BEAVERTAILS® pastries, which have been referred to as a Canadian culinary icon, were my inspiration for these doughnuts, which are lovingly nicknamed "Newfie Tongues."

Recipe Used: My own design - Newfie Tongues

posted in: Gallery, breakfast, desserts, brunch, yeast, Cinnamon, doughnuts, pastries
Comments (3)

Rognvald writes: click on Newfi tongues where it says recipe used. Posted: 4:14 pm on April 2nd

lovebugs writes: It's after the paragraph under the picture.

It says this:

Recipe Used: My own design - Newfie Tongues
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Click on "Newfie Tongues" link. Posted: 5:12 pm on January 25th

pg0831 writes: These look and sound wonderful, but there is no recipe!!! Can someone please provide one? Thank you! Posted: 3:42 pm on January 25th

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