Churroduo: Two Interlocking Churro Pyramids

December 8, 2016

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This is Churroduo, two interlocking churro pyramids created by Dominique Ansel (of cronut and blooming marshmallow flowers fame). The Churroduo is currently only available at Ansel's Tokyo bakery, but he's considering selling them in New York and London if there's enough interest. Finally, another expensive pastry thing to wait in a long line for! Still, the best thing about the Churroduo is that you don't have to feel bad about eating the whole thing, because you only ordered ONE of something, you can't help that it's actually like twelve churros stuck together. You know I just invented a new pastry too -- it's a donut...with two holes. "Like side by side?" No, like one on one side, and one on the other. "That's the same hole." Clearly you don't understand space-time. "Huh?" There's also raspberry jelly in the ring.

Keep going for one more shot while I write Dominique and complain there is no way that is enough dipping sauce for so much churro.

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Thanks again to MAHO, who agrees donuts are an important part of an unbalanced breakfast.

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