Doughnuts: A Hanukkah Miracle

Peanut Butter and Jelly Doughnuts

 

'Tis the season...for frying up delicious Hanukkah treats. We love latkes—we really love latkes—but sometimes we like to celebrate the festival of lights with something sweet. Sufganiyot, round jelly doughnuts topped with powdered sugar, are a Hanukkah tradition, but we'd happily welcome any of these deep-fried desserts to our holiday table:

 

Peanut Butter and Jelly Doughnuts

Malasadas (Portuguese Doughnuts)

Bourbon-Glazed Doughnuts

Chocolate–Rosemary Bombolini

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What We're Reading: November 6, 2014

 

With saffron cream filling and mint chocolate frosting, India has the U.S. beat on exotic doughnut flavors. [HuffPo

 

What the results of the midterm elections mean for food policy. [Civil Eats

 

Up your olive oil game with these pro tips. [Food & Wine

 

The New Yorker digs into the gluten-free trend. [The New Yorker

 

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What We're Reading: October 21, 2014

 

Discover the history of the doughnut in honor of National Doughnut Month. [Zester Daily]

 

A guide to fall's most grill-worthy vegetables. [Serious Eats

 

You’ll never guess the secret ingredient behind perfectly chewy chocolate chip cookies. [WaPo

 

The green tomato gets a culinary makeover: new recipes and ideas on how to use this underrated ingredient. [NYT

 

Skip the candy aisle and make these DIY Halloween treats. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: July 24, 2014

Honey Bee

 

The story of the honey bee and nature's only manufactured food. [Serious Eats

 

Food-focused films are starting to dominate the big screen. [The Guardian

 

Beautiful Frankensteins: A New York City artist plants "Trees of 40 Fruit". [Food Beast

 

10 facts about America's favorite pretzel. [ABC]

 

A new law in France requires restaurants to own up to packaged food use. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: July 21, 2014

Sausage

 

A 176-pound sausage goes missing in Austria. [NY Daily News

 

A brief tour of Europe's longest-standing pastry shops. [CNN

 

Why is the next big food trend always considered "the new cupcake?" [Slate

 

Krispy Kreme unleashes two new summer flavors that are perfect for your next picnic. [The Daily Meal

 

The Duchess of Cambridge is learning to cook. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: June 26, 2014

Dirt

 

A chef in Canada is making local dirt-butter, taking terroir to the next level. [The Globe and Mail

 

Two Italian designers revolutionize recipe reading with tattoos. [NPR

 

Downward-facing Dogfish: Across the country, post-yoga beers find popularity. [NYT

 

A North Dakota town experiments with a barista-free coffee shop. [NY Daily News

 

Instant coffee finds a new market in China. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: June 9, 2014

Camel

 

Forget kale: camel’s milk might be the next superfood. [Citizen Times

 

San Francisco's gourmet toast trend is taking the nation by storm. [Market Watch

 

Which is better for you, honey or sugar? [Huffington Post

 

Suggesting links to deforestation, a new report reveals the potential dark side of doughnuts. [NPR]  

 

Farmed fish might be able to feed the world, but will it destroy the environment? [... Read more >

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