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Wahkonamama

I just saw a wedding on Offbeat Bride where the couple had Voodoo Doughnuts instead of cake. They looked DELICIOUS.

John

As a Houstonian, I must point out the vast superiority of kolaches to donuts. Sure, you can fill them with fruit, or you can fill them with sausage, cheese and jalapenos. Or ham, or whatever. You get it. I refuse to accept a donut shop that does not carry kolaches.

Christian

Well, why not. Variety's the spice of life. I'm sorry Krispy Kreme didn't do so well, and Wuollet's deserves success, but why not a gourmet, avant-garde doughnut shop here? Or three? We're a test market for everything else, we should be on top of something like this.

toobeaut

Holy cow, I never heard of the Psycho Donuts place, but it sure looks like it's worth remembering when I'm down that way. (It's like 50 miles from here.)

toobeaut

After reading the comments above I had to go and see what a kolache is. I lived in Texas from 1970 to 1979 and never heard of kolaches, but I see it's a Czech thing and... this article (http://homesicktexan.blogspot.com/2007/03/sweet-escape-kolaches.html) says they're situated in the area between Austin and Dallas. I never drove north of Georgetown if I could help it.

Alexis

Also a Polish thing; I grew up eating them and Blackey's Bakery (RIP) did all Polish and Danish pastries, including kolaches. Kramarczuk's should be visited for the vatrushka. Not the same as a kolache but totally killer. You should come to Minneapolis sometime, Mark!

Aliecat

I seriously want Psycho Donuts to set up a booth at our state fair, because I'm dying for those doughnut fries.

Katie Wilkins

We need a place in our city for gourmet cupcakes and donuts. Calorie central but ooh so good! Have fun with cake and eat it too!

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