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IT'S PITTSBURGH
"I'm just the man that makes the donuts."

August 24, 2011

It's a donut show! We check out good ones from Steuben Street in Pittsburgh's Elliott neighborhood to Baker Tom's on the big island of Hawaii. It's a celebration of bakeries and some of the best things we eat in the morning.


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It's a donut show! We check out good ones from Steuben Street in Pittsburgh's Elliott neighborhood to Baker Tom's on the big island of Hawaii. It's a celebration of bakeries and some of the best things we eat in the morning.


Related Links

The Post-Gazette article that got us there

Malasadas on my blog!

Better-Maid gets reviews on yelp.com

Donuts on Wikipedia (look for Hawaii note under United States)

Moop pays a visit to Better Maid.

Baker Tom told us surfers love his malasadas

The City Paper eats the donut too!

James Rubio's blog has only one mention of Baker Tom's. Here.

 


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