The More You Know: Krispy Kreme Delivery - April 2

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  1. hank

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    Wow, used to be $10/dozen
     
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    and FYI, they are at the community booth in Scotia Square today and tomorrow taking orders as well
     
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    That's what made me post this :lol: I saw them there but wasn't sure how long they were there for :bigup:
     
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    I wish I could but I won't be able to go to the Forum to pick them up. So difficult to do that in the mornings.
     
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    *shrugs* I don't find them that good... don't get me wrong I eat them when offered to me for free - I wouldn't pay for one though
     
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    Just order 50+ dozen and they will deliver them. Problem solved!
     
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    I agree. I tried them a few years ago and found them to a lot denser than tims. However, if I ever did pass by and the neon bake light is on I would definitely stop by. When the light is on it means they are baking them right now.
     
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    I found them denser/moister as well - had one in the states when I went to Vegas. It was good, but not the crack cocaine everyone made them out to be.
     
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    They are definitely better fresh off the line but don't forget this is for charity.

    Also, locally, Old School Donuts are the best thing going in my opinion.
     
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    Tim Hortons doughnuts haven't been the same since they stopped making them in house...
     
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    I've actually taken a liking to Superstore's Donuts.
     
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    The "HOT DONUTS" sign is hard to pass by :lol:
     
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    My favorite is oven-warmed cinnamon-sugar cake donuts with an ice cold glass of milk
     
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    agreed
    when i was a kid a fresh boston creme in the morning was awesome. now they are bland and gross.
     

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