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    a shop for baking doughnuts

    Hello.

    What's the English for a shop where freshly baked finger-licking good donuts are made.

    Thank you.

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    Re: a shop for baking doughnuts

    They are made at a bakery (among other delicacies).

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    Re: a shop for baking doughnuts

    In Polish, there is a special name for it.

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    Re: a shop for baking doughnuts

    A bakery usually makes bread and other things in addition to sweets. A place that just sells doughnuts (and similar sweets) can be called a "doughnut shop."

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_doughnut_shops

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    Re: a shop for baking doughnuts

    In AmE we usually call a place like that a donut shop. "Finger-licking good" is a matter of taste, though.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: a shop for baking doughnuts

    This is a place where dough nuts are made while you wait.

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    Re: a shop for baking doughnuts

    The far superior donut-like pastry in New Orleans, Louisiana, is called a beignet. Beignets are always made to order. They're sold in cafés, pastry shops, and beignet stands.
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    Re: a shop for baking doughnuts

    Aren't they fried?

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    Re: a shop for baking doughnuts

    Last edited by JACEK1; 15-Jul-2016 at 11:40.

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    Re: a shop for baking doughnuts

    Quote Originally Posted by GoesStation View Post
    "Finger-licking good" is a matter of taste, though.
    It's probably also trade-marked for something else.

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