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If your fried dough is slathered with maple cream, then you’re in Vermont.
Fried dough is the country’s ubiquitous summer carnival fare, yeasted dough plopped into oil that comes out in balls or pancake shapes. It’s usually covered in powdered sugar or sugar and cinnamon. But in Vermont, which produces twice as much maple syrup as any other state, it comes with a great big dollop ... Continue reading about Vermont
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