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  Doughnut by aMeringue
Doughnut is a small program which lives in your system tray (aka the Notification Area, ie those icons on your Start bar).
When Doughnut 0.7 is running, you have 3 excellent new mouse functions:
FreeZip (you should read the installation messages carefully if you decide to use FreeZip).
www.ameringue.freeserve.co.uk   (523 words)

  
  Krispy Kreme Doughnuts and Coffee - Doughnut Varieties
This doughnut is a favorite of the young and young at heart.
A yeast-raised doughnut shell jam-packed with strawberry filling and coated with a light dusting of powdered sugar.
Thick and flavorful blueberry filling inside a yeast-raised doughnut shell that is coated with a dusting of powdered sugar.
www.krispykreme.com /varieties.html   (756 words)

  
  Doughnut Summary
Doughnuts can be formed either by joining the ends of a long, thin piece of dough into a ring or by using a doughnut cutter which simultaneously cuts the outside and inside shape, leaving a doughnut shaped piece of dough and a doughnut hole from dough removed from the center.
Doughnuts, as ring-shaped items, are an important explanatory tool in the science of topology where the ring doughnut shape (a ring with a circular cross-section) is called a torus or toroid, and an example of using the ring doughnut as an illustrative term can be found in popular explanations of the Poincaré conjecture.
By analogy, doughnut is a slang term for a circular maneuver made with an automobile or other vehicle from a sharp turn in which the rear of the vehicle swings around, the rear tires constantly spinning, to form a larger circle as the front of the vehicle turns in a tight circular motion.
www.bookrags.com /Doughnut   (2679 words)

  
  Doughnut Mastopexy Hawaii
Doughnut mastopexy is when a circular incisions is made around the areola and a doughnut shaped part of the skin is removed to take away the excess loose skin.
Doughnut mastopexy is meant for women with small breasts and with less sagging.
The biggest advantage of the doughnut mastopexy is that it requires lesser incisions and thus is less invasive.
www.cosmetic-surgery-hawaii.com /pages/doughmas1.html   (505 words)

  
  Doughnut - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Doughnuts can be formed either by joining the ends of a long, thin piece of dough into a ring or by using a doughnut cutter which simultaneously cuts the outside and inside shape, leaving a doughnut shaped piece of dough and a doughnut hole from dough removed from the center.
Doughnuts, as ring-shaped items, are an important explanatory tool in the science of topology where the ring doughnut shape (a ring with a circular cross-section) is called a torus or toroid, and an example of using the ring doughnut as an illustrative term can be found in popular explanations of the Poincaré conjecture.
By analogy, doughnut is a slang term for a circular maneuver made with an automobile or other vehicle from a sharp turn in which the rear of the vehicle swings around, the rear tires constantly spinning, to form a larger circle as the front of the vehicle turns in a tight circular motion.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Doughnut   (2201 words)

  
 What is a Doughnut?
Variations on doughnuts are popular all over the world, where they are called by a wide variety of names, although the basic incarnation of fried sweet dough remains the same.
The doughnut is often sprinkled with sugar or other toppings, and may be frosted or glazed as well.
The yeast doughnut hails back to the origins of doughnuts as leftover baking scraps, and tends to be lighter and fluffier with a distinctive yeasty flavor which some consumers find quite appealing.
www.wisegeek.com /what-is-a-doughnut.htm   (390 words)

  
 Doughnut Chart   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The style of the doughnuts can be either segment or torus The user is also able to control the radius, begin angle and ring detachment of each individual ring.
By default texts are oriented horizontally or in other words parallel to the "imaginary" radian line connecting the doughnut segment center to with the doughnut chart center.
It is sometimes useful to be able to control the appearance of the doughnut segment border or more exactly on which sides of the segments it is displayed.
www.nevron.com /ChartActiveXHelp/3dchartDoughnut_Chart.htm   (703 words)

  
 Voodoo Doughnut - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is known for its unusual and experimental doughnut recipes, all-night hours, and Voodoo-themed decor.
In a departure from standard doughnut store practice, they will also perform fully legal weddings, complete with doughnuts and coffee for the reception.
Voodoo Doughnut is also known for its Swahili lessons on Monday nights at 9:00.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Voodoo_Doughnut   (123 words)

  
 Wayne Schmidt's Doughnut Making Page
Let the doughnut fry for 20 to 40 seconds or until the edge of the bottom is a light golden brown.
Warming the glaze before pouring it over the doughnuts tends to cause sheets of crystallized sugar to form on the surface of the glaze before it's poured, sometimes resulting in chunks of glaze sticking out of the surface of the doughnut.
Letting the doughnuts rise on the floured board works, but when a spatula is slid under them to transfer them to the fryer it invariably deflates them a little resulting in them not puffing as high.
www.waynesthisandthat.com /doughnuts.html   (3371 words)

  
 Howstuffworks "How Krispy Kremes Work"
Since the cutter forms doughnuts in the shape of a ring, there is never really a cut-out hole in Krispy Kreme doughnuts.
In order to heat the doughnuts to just the right temperature, the proof box machine has to keep the heat and humidity at very specific levels for a certain amount of time.
The doughnuts actually float in the bath as they're pushed along by the bars connected to the belt.
home.howstuffworks.com /krispy-kreme.htm   (1108 words)

  
 Defiant doughnut survives diet trends
The doughnut is in a class by itself; it transcends mere food appeal.
A: Doughnuts represent a timeout from dietary considerations.
Frying doughnuts in vegetable oil is tricky (old-timers use lard) because the dough is so delicate yet it has to absorb so much.
www.azcentral.com /home/food/articles/0402donuts02.html   (803 words)

  
 The hole truth / Can America build a better doughnut? Does it need to?
In an excellent essay on the doughnut published in the Smithsonian magazine in 1998, writer David A. Taylor credits its birth to Elizabeth Gregory, a New England ship captain's mother, who fried cakes with the spices her son transported.
The doughnut quickly worked its way into American culture, becoming such a symbol of home that women volunteered to bring doughnuts to soldiers in the trenches during World War I. The mechanized doughnut machine came about in the 1920s, an invention of a czarist Russian living in New York City, according to Taylor.
Doughnuts have so changed their image that they've become a refuge for dot-com drop-outs John Brand and Tony Ellis, two ex-techies who are turning the old Clover Leaf Creamery in Fremont into a doughnut and burger restaurant called Cops Donuts, designed to look like a 1940s police station.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/chronicle/archive/2004/03/17/FDGDM5J57Q1.DTL   (1803 words)

  
 Doughnut Plant   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Doughnut Plant was started in August 1994, on the Lower East Side of New York City, by Mark Isreal.
The doughnuts were the final things he made in the afternoon.
Remembering how good the doughnuts had tasted on that trip, Mark went to a neighborhood coffee shop and asked if they would be interested in selling his unique doughnuts.
www.doughnutplant.com /DoughnutPlant(frames3).htm   (1083 words)

  
 Doughnut delights | www.somethingjewish.co.uk
The sweet aroma is impossible to resist, and at 90p per doughnut or ?6.95 for a dozen, it is certainly good value when sharing with some family and friends.
It's a heavier doughnut than the original glazed, but it is no less delicious.
Unlike other doughnuts, these fillings don't splatter everywhere when you take your first bite, and so the mess factor is minimised, but the taste factor is optimised.
www.somethingjewish.co.uk /articles/687_doughnut_delights.htm   (543 words)

  
 K&M Doughnut Cutters, do they really work?
McPherson’s article, yes the doughnuts seem to be formed during the firing process and any type of neck turning or neck turning tool will not produce a doughnut.
The fluted mandrel can not be one size fits all as a prefect doughnut cutter, however the current design, may allow it to double as a shoulder to neck reamer if used as I used it.
I think the size for a prefect doughnut cutter would have to be one that is sized for the spring back inside neck diameter which would still hold the bullet in a tight neck chamber.
mywebpages.comcast.net /jesse99/doughnuts.html   (4640 words)

  
 About Doughnut Charts
The doughnut with the largest total goes on the outside, with the progressively smaller doughnuts nested inside the largest, in the order of their total value.
By default, the width of the hole in the center of the doughnut is half the width of the largest doughnut.
You may display the doughnut slices adjacent to one another, as shown in the previous examples, or you may display the doughnut as if cut into pieces, with its slices pulled apart.
www.mit.edu /~mbarker/formula1/f1help/11-ch-c6.htm   (662 words)

  
 Doughnuts of the Gods | Pableaux Johnson
Mark Israel, owner of the Doughnut Plant, is responsible for bringing "THE doughnut" to this normally bagel-centric metropolis.
The doughnuts garnered well-deserved raves from the New York Times, Saveur Magazine, and even a visit by Emeril himself (as part of an Emeril Live taping).
Before long, the "The Doughnut Man" had moved into new digs not far from New York's Chinatown and the underground sensation took its distinctly upmarket turn.
www.bayoudog.com /articles/restaurants/doughnuts_of_the_gods.php   (763 words)

  
 A hole in the heart - The Boston Globe
Tucked in a corner of North Cambridge, it is a holdover from another time, a one-room doughnut shop where the owner, Andy Stasiak, still makes every cruller, coffee roll, and lemon stick by hand, just the way he learned from his mother, Verna, who opened the shop in 1941.
Over coffee and scratch tickets, they mourned the loss of their meeting place with its pink wallpaper, coffee-mug-shaped clock, and brass bell on the counter to ring for service.
And then she picked up a honey-dipped doughnut in a sheet of wax paper.
www.boston.com /news/local/massachusetts/articles/2006/12/02/a_hole_in_the_heart   (838 words)

  
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Tasty, feel-good foods like doughnuts are not only difficult to resist, they can actually lead to addiction for people who have stronger than normal genetic tendencies to enjoy foods that are especially high in fat and sugar.
Even though eating a single doughnut is unlikely to seriously harm you, doing so can prevent you from eating more nutritionally dense, whole foods by not only filling you up with empty calories, but the calories they do have are full of brain-busting trans-fats that can devastate your health.
Krispy Kreme is probably a good barometer of the public's interest in doughnuts, and their stock is currently down more than 80 percent from 2004.
www.mercola.com /track.aspx?returnUrl=/2005/may/21/doughnuts.htm   (786 words)

  
 Doughnuts News
Doughnuts News continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
After almost three months of empty classrooms, Clarksburg Elementary School Principal Karen Gallese is happy to hear the patter of feet in the corridors.
As reported in this article, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Inc. announced in an 8-K filing that it has reached another in a string of settlements of franchisee litigations, this time with Illinois-based franchisee...
www.topix.net /food/doughnuts   (579 words)

  
 Doughnut: The Official Story
Inventors of the Doughnut as We Love It Ensign Purviance coaxed the wood fire in the potbellied stove to keep it at an even heat for frying.
After several soldiers asked, "Can't you make a doughnut with a hole in it?", Ensign Purviance had an elderly French flsmith improvise a doughnut cutter by fastening the top of a condensed milk can and camphor-ice tube to a wooden block.
The simple doughnut became a symbol of all that the Salvation Army was doing to ease the hardships of the frontline fighting man -- the canteens in primitive dugouts and huts, the free refreshments, religious services, concerts, and a clothes-mending service.
www.worldwar1.com /dbc/doughnut.htm   (577 words)

  
 The Salvation Army - Northwest Division-Doughnut   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Famous Doughnut serves as an extension of The Salvation Army's mission to battle hunger, homelessness and hopelessness in communities across the United States.
Each time a box of Famous Doughnuts is sold, The Salvation Army's financial ammunition against hopelessness, homelessness and hunger is replenished.
Boxes of Famous Doughnuts are currently available at Fred Meyer stores in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington, and at Ralph’s stores in Southern California.
www.nwarmy.org /ourstory/history_doughnut.asp   (329 words)

  
 Deep Space Recipe: Doughnut Cloud with Black Hole Filling   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A group of astrophysicists studying fl holes have produced more evidence for the theory that massive fl holes are surrounded by a doughnut shaped gas cloud called a torus.
The scientists were able to infer the doughnut shaped structure and distance from the fl hole by virtue of light that was either reflected or completely absorbed.
Other scientists say that the doughnut shape is more intact closer to the accretion disk, but that it cannot maintain structural integrity farther away, perhaps resembling a doughnut with part of its edges eaten away.
starryskies.com /articles/2004/07/doughnut.html   (1099 words)

  
 cbs11tv.com - Doughnut Makers Seek Healthier Recipes
And doughnut lovers across the country could soon join him in reaching for a less unhealthy treat — even if they're not trying — as regulators and retailers pressure food companies to drop artery-clogging trans fats.
Rather than worrying the shift will gobble up their market niche, some natural doughnut makers say they're happy to see the food industry abandoning ingredients that gave the industrialized doughnut a bad rap.
Mainstream doughnut makers, whose products can have around 5 grams of trans fat apiece, are generally mum about their progress toward meeting New York's citywide trans fat ban.
cbs11tv.com /health/local_story_015164934.html   (807 words)

  
 Doughnut divide spurs civil war - Food Inc. - MSNBC.com
But parent Dunkin' Brands Inc. is invading the South with a different sort of doughnut — thicker and cakier than the traditional Southern treat from Krispy Kreme, which is lighter, sugar-glazed and served hot.
Executives at both companies say their doughnuts have a universal appeal, but Rando says there's no middle ground.
Rosemary Evans was clearly in the Krispy Kreme camp as she shared a dozen doughnuts with her children on a recent Saturday morning.
www.msnbc.msn.com /id/15334972   (600 words)

  
 doughnut - Wiktionary
A deep-fried piece of dough or batter, commonly of a toroidal or ellipsoidal shape, mixed with various sweeteners and flavourings, and sometimes filled with jam, custard or cream.
A peel-out or skid-mark in the shape of doughnut or toroid; a 360-degree skid.
A spare automobile tire, usually stored in the trunk, that is smaller than a full sized tire and is only intended for temporary use.
en.wiktionary.org /wiki/doughnut   (101 words)

  
 ESA - Space Science - Science News Release
Also, because of the line of sight towards NGC 4388, they knew this iron was from a torus on the same plane as the accretion disk, and not from gas clouds `above’ or `below’ the accretion disk.
The team could infer the doughnut’s structure and its distance from the fl hole by virtue of light that was either reflected or completely absorbed.
The torus itself appears to be several hundred light years from the fl hole, although the observation could not gauge its diameter, from inside to outside.
www.esa.int /esaSC/Pr_16_2004_s_en.html   (1153 words)

  
 All About the History & Evolution of Fried Doughs
The first doughnut machine did not come along until 1920, in New York City, when Adolph Levitt, an enterprising refugee from czarist Russia, began selling fried doughnuts from his bakery.
Doughnuts became closely associated with the American Red Cross: the organization purchased enough flour between l939 and l946 to make 1.6 billion of them.
Red Cross women served doughnuts at the rate of 400 per minute during the years l944-46.
home.comcast.net /~osoono/history.htm   (1428 words)

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