PESO - Still Life on Queen West

P. J. Alling webstertwentysix at
Thu Oct 8 11:47:41 EDT 2009

John Sessoms wrote:
> From: "P. J. Alling"
>> frank theriault wrote:
>>> > On Tue, Oct 6, 2009 at 4:30 PM, John Sessoms 
>>> <jsessoms002 at> wrote:
>>> >
>>> >  
>>>> >> Why?
>>>> >>     
>>> >
>>> > There are those who don't think that Tim's makes very good coffee.
>>> >
>>> > I'll drink it in a pinch, but I have to admit, it's pretty ordinary.
>>> > As for their donuts, they ain't what they used to be (frozen dough
>>> > shipped from a central location and thawed by local franchises rather
>>> > than more-or-less fresh made as before).
>>> >
>>> > cheers,
>>> > frank
>>> >   
>> Could be worse, Dunkun used to make their donuts locally from mix, 
>> now they're made in central locations and shipped in.  So every 
>> Dunkun Donut is day old now.
> Ah, but the Krispy Kreme up the street from my house still makes 
> theirs on site.
> And the coffee is pretty good too, if all you want in your coffee is 
> coffee. Which I do.
> I don't eat many of them any more, trying to control my weight, but 
> when I do, it's about a 1-1/2 mile walk up there, and if I limit 
> myself to two, I can burn some of the calories off walking back.
Yea, but Krispy Kream pretty much makes little deep fried bundles of 
sugary death, Dunkun used to actually make donuts.


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