Although I don’t think of myself as a “doughnut person”, this doughnut has to be the most delicious one I’ve eaten in my adult life.
A friend brought it over for me. Right now they are take-out only. Made in Bloomfield at Bitter Ends Garden Luncheonette on Liberty Avenue. “Find our doughnuts with THYME MACHINE Wed-Fri 8am-NOON out front of our shop!”
Today some friends brought over this fancy box of Pączki from the Oakmont Bakery, decorated with a Mardi Gras mask. What a nice surprise to find on the porch. Steve and I cut one in half and shared it.
Later we cut another one in half and shared it. So a total of one apiece but two different fillings on Monday.
Looking forward to Tuesday’s sampling. The idea is to eat the last of rich fatty treats prior to Ash Wednesday that marks the beginning of Lent.
Two years ago I posted how my friend Donna introduced me to Pączki in the Brookline neighborhood Party Cake Shop bakery. (pronounced Poonch-Key or Punch-Key) Pączki means “little package” in Polish. It is a traditional filled baked good fried in deep fat and filled with different fruit or cream fillings. They can be glazed or sugared on the outside.