The Donut/Doughnut Project

DonutsRaise your hand if you need a pick-me-up. If you’re still recovering from:

  • A seemingly endless winter;
  • Stressful work load;
  • Agonizing semester of school;
  • Bad breakup;
  • Good breakup
  • Assorted life changes;
  • Parenting.

Take your pick of excuses to luxuriate in a 20 mouth-watering, decadent, and global donut/doughnut recipes presented to you in a special partnership between KidCulture and CookingClarified.com.

As moms, writers, and donut lovers, this is our April gift to you. Over the course of the Donut Project, I will be providing the global context for these fabulous donuts from around the world and Chef Danielle of Cooking Clarified will be testing and photographing the donuts.

This is a truly  heroic effort on Chef Danielle’s part – but she assures me it will be worth the sacrifice that she and her family will be making!

We’re eager to hear your comments, entertain your suggestions for other donuts you love from across the globe, and hear about your donut adventures.

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2 responses to “The Donut/Doughnut Project

  1. Kim

    I LOVE this! There was just a quick caller on The Splendid Table yesterday talking about the different nationalities of doughnuts in Seattle. Talked about Cascarans (doughnuts from the Philippines) and I was hooked! Can’t wait to read (and see the pictures) of all these doughnuts!

  2. Kathryn Coulibaly

    I’m really excited about them; I love how ubiquitous doughnuts/donuts are around the world. This is going to be a fun month. We’re going to try to cover lots of different places around the world. I remember how crazy I was about the bean donuts we’d get in Burkina (galettes – but what wasn’t a galette?). It was an acquired taste that definitely grew on me.

    Thanks for posting!
    Kathy

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