Easier to make than regular doughnuts, this is a fried dough specialty which you may find at country fairs and food courts. It's a stretched piece of doughnut dough which is fried and sweetened. It is easier to make than regular doughnuts. I always use a wok to make these and have a pair of stainless steel tongs handy to remove doughnuts when they're done. This is the treat for which I am most famous for bringing to baseball fields near and far. Even the umpires in twelve counties remember me for this. The parents of the team we blanked 12-0 in the '03 playoffs forgave us when I handed out the recipe. So, what are you waiting for?

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