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Monday, 06 August 2018



I always make time for Cream Pan and Donut Man when down in the LA area. Never disappoints. Never been down there for the peach donuts just strawberry.


You certainly have your priorities straight, Kobi; Food items you can’t get anywhere else. We drive north in July to get a peach donut for a similar reason.


that peach donut sounds good!


It’s really good , Kat...fresh, peeled, not too hard, not mushy, the fresh sweet peach flavor and a bit of texture...then there’s that raised glazed donut surrounding all of it.


Cream Pan is always a stop for us whenever we go up to LA. My favorites are the salmon onigiri, the chocolate orange pastry and the pecan roll. I still remember how good that peach donut was that you brought back for me a few years ago.

I always enjoy your float progress posts. I like seeing their progress over the year. Looking forward to the remaining posts and then seeing the parade on TV.


Oh, yes, the pecan roll and chocolate-orange, my favorite way to taste chocolate, cc! The fresh peach is great in being unique and limited (something available all year or in every state isn't as desirable; I don't like it when people say things like 'we should have XXX restaurant here in San Diego'-keep things local and limited). I have photos of some other floats in 'rebar', but think showing progress in one post might be better (Trader Joe's will, again, be magnificent).

soo @

Thanks for the float preview! I'm looking forward to seeing and smelling them in person.


It's going to be a really great parade, Soo. Because we decorate on 'dry' days, I can't help but smell coffee grounds and onion seeds even when there are fresh flowers!

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