The cronut has landed in London (because of course it has)
It’s official—the croissant-donut pastry crazy has arrived in London, and the British edition is called the cro-dough. Oh dear.
Wed Jul 31 2013
Photograph: Jessica Lin
As our British brethren at Time Out London reported this morning, the cronut has finally arrived in London. Since pastry wunderkind Dominique Ansel trademarked his illustrious, madness-inducing croissant-donut creation, the Rinkoff Bakery's version across the pond is called the cro-dough.
For further reading, we recommend Buzzfeed's 61-deep photo gallery of cronuts around the world, from the zonuts in Sydney to the cr-oh!-nut holes found in Southern California. Yes, really.
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