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New York Doughnut Shop Sticks To Savory Flavors

October 20, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
A pop-up doughnut shop in Manhattan no longer serves traditional treats, opting instead to produce savory flavors like smoked salmon, foie gras, lobster roll, and caviar. Forbidden Doughnuts, launched by French chef Richard Farnabe and open only on weekends at the Bowery kitchen supplies firm, sells its wares for $5 to $18 each. Other ingredients in the unusual doughnuts include cauliflower, sweet peas, artichokes, kimchi, garlic, broccoli, tomato, olive tapenade, carrots, peppercorns, and crab. The specialty of the house is the caviar doughnut [left] with an oscetra caviar cream filling, cream fraiche glaze, and vodka gelee topping ($18).. [Image Credit: ©   Forbidden Doughnuts ]
Carly Stern, "Nobody's Dunkin' These! New York City chef Ditches Traditional Glazed and Chocolate Doughnuts", Daily Mail, October 20, 2017, © Associated Newspapers Ltd
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