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Stan Szymaski eyes the Paczki at Dough Boy's Bakery on Fat Tuesday, February 1991 Photographer: Larry E. Wright

Stan Szymaski eyes the Paczki at Dough Boy's Bakery on Fat Tuesday, February 1991 image
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Ann Arbor News, February 12, 1991
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Paczki Day - Stan Szymaski was one of a crowd of pasty lovers who showed up early at Dough Boys Bakery, 2380 W Stadium Blvd., early today to purchase paczki, the jelly- or cream-filled doughballs that are traditionally eaten on Fat Tuesday, the day before Ash Wednesday. It's a Polish tradition that calls for everyone to eat up any sweets before the 40 days of fasting during Lent begins. A paczek (the singular of paczki) has more eggs and butter in the batter to make them lighter and richer than the typical jelly doughnut -- though certainly no lower in calories.

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5
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April
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1984
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