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doughnut

(esp US), donut
anything shaped like a ring, such as the reaction vessel of a thermonuclear reactor

donut

[′dō·nət]
(nucleonics)
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Duck Donuts opened in North Carolina's Outer Banks in 2006, serving made-to-order donuts onsite.
says Toki DelaCruz, director of operations for the family-owned and operated Brooklyn-based restaurant that makes the donuts.
Classic Cinnamon Sugar Donut (Makes 24 donuts) 40 ounces warm water (5 cups) 1 ounce yeast (3 Tablespoons) 2 pounds flour (3% cups) 8 ounces soymilk (1 cup) 8 ounces Earth Balance/vegan butter substitute (1 cup) 10 ounces organic sugar (1 1/4 cup) 5 ounces yeast (1/4 cup) 2 1/2 pounds flour (4 1/2 cups) 4 cups oil for frying cinnamon and sugar, to taste
Paramedics urged parents, children, and caregivers to carefully supervise very old or very young people to ensure they did not take too large a bite of donut, and to ensure that they chewed their donuts well.
David Rodgers, general manager of Dunkin' Donuts"Dunkin' Donuts has always prioritised freshness and quality in all our wide range of offerings.
Ours is a mad, wacky film and they are Mad Over Donuts.
As official partner of eight programs in the region, basketball truly runs on Dunkin' Donuts in Greater Philadelphia.
As Dev Amritesh, President and COO, Dunkin' Donuts India, put it, "We are a cross between a cafe and a quick service restaurant, and we have different specials to offer to offer throughout the day.
About 90,000 people entered the contest online, and the 12 people who made the trek to the Dunkin' Donuts University - where franchise owners are trained before they take over their shops - were picked because judges liked the stories behind the creation of their culinary works of art, the doughnuts' names and the ingredients.
David Grant, GM of Dreamy Donuts New Zealand, comments, "We have new concepts, new training and a distinctly Kiwi flavour.
The small independent doughnut shop operators are able to run a lower overhead,'' said Lincoln Watase, president of Yum Yum Donut Shops, which owns Winchell's.
Commenting on the launch David Young, Head of Marketing at Kitchen Range Foods said: "This launch allows us to continue our assault on the frozen donut category in the same way that we have transformed the in-store bakery category.