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Jolly Solly: Doughnut Delights

R. Atkins

“Everybody out of the kitchen,” ordered Leah in a no-nonsense sort of voice. “I’m making doughnuts now, and I absolutely cannot be disturbed. Off with you, Moishy and Miriam.” “But I want to help!” protested Moishy. “No way,” said Leah. “This is a very tricky recipe, which my friend gave me and I simply cannot have little kids getting in the way.”

Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Moishy blinked in surprise. There were hardly any doughnuts on the tray — and those there were, were tiny things looking more like kneidlach. Still, he decided not to say anything. He didn’t want to hurt Leah’s feelings — and besides, surely it was the taste that counted.

Leah gave out the doughnuts.

Daddy was the first to bite into his. He chewed and chewed, looking thoughtful.

“Hmm. You’ve certainly made them … unusual,” he said slowly.

 

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