Thursday, October 27, 2005

Slightly stale, but a great treat – it’s not an urban myth after all!

Now I have all these questions though – are they made here? Are they made in Canada or US and shipped here? Why isn’t there any info on the Tim Hortons corporate site? And is Erin Rodaway the master mind behind this, thinking of her friends in the UK?!

Anyway, temporary madness for Canadian baked goods over, back to packing. Or rather 5 minutes of packing and then 55 minutes of recovery from packing in front of the telly.

3 Responses to “”

  1. jamie Says:

    Gee, you’d think you were knocked up or something! What with this donut obsession! 😉

  2. Lisa Says:

    Sorry, I appear to have left a large puddle of drool on your blog. I do apologise.

    Jamie, when you live here, you really do pine for a decent doughnut. They are very hard to find in the UK! Gah, I’m hungry now.

  3. Anne Says:

    I must look up on the map where you are ? Sounds like outer Mongolia…Kent might be a good deal better! I like Kent ,most parts! We escaped to our cottage there last weekend for the first time since returning and it was so peaceful and yes the nearest shop was about five miles away!
    Hope the move went well and that you are managing to hand over the chores of work!
    Brian would like to try your donuts as he buys his office crew a tray full every friday!Probably not nearly as good as yours.

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