The Olive Garlic Roll

I’ve heard the rumors of its existence. My crack photography skills caught a glimpse of this freak of nature: Dunkin’ Donuts’ Olive Garlic Roll. It’s like a cinnamon bun but with garlic and olive oil instead of stuff that should be in a pastry. I guess they feel the pressure from the bakery chains’ production model, which can be summed up as, “What would a five-year-old put together in a kitchen?”

In other news, EJ made me exorcise the Garlic Pies from the house, and I gave it to some students–who loved them.

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2 thoughts on “The Olive Garlic Roll”

  1. i’ve actually had these before and for a country that puts sugar on its garlic bread (PB)…. they actually taste pretty close to “real” garlic break that you get back in N. America

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