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It's that time of year again. It's PUNCHKIES DAY in Polaski. Yum! Yum!

That's how we pronounce and spell it here. Also known as poonski, packi, punski, punschcy, etc.

How ever you spell it - it's not JUST A JELLY DONUT. ;)

Anybody else headed up to Polaski for a couple. Can't have just one. :coffee1:
 

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I thought about picking up a dozen on the way to work, but the old time bakery in town is no more and the grocery store does not know about them.
 

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It's that time of year again. It's PUNCHKIES DAY in Polaski. Yum! Yum!

That's how we pronounce and spell it here. Also known as poonski, packi, punski, punschcy, etc.

How ever you spell it - it's not JUST A JELLY DONUT. ;)

Anybody else headed up to Polaski for a couple. Can't have just one. :coffee1:
I have no knowledge of such tasty treats you mention . But I am highly interested.
 

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Google paczki day 2014. They are excellent. I have only had them a few times, but yummy.
 

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Leanne makes them and they are very good. Her's don't have jelly in them. Just rasins. Then we dip them in powdered sugar.
 

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Leanne makes them and they are very good. Her's don't have jelly in them. Just rasins. Then we dip them in powdered sugar.
That's how my mom use to make them. She would put frosting on some and roll some in surgar. They were great.
 
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