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    There is a French bakery in those shops at the El Dorado corner. Haven't been there in a few months but I think it is still there. Excellent cakes and pastries.

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    It is closer to the Los Corales end of the those shops. Not by the punta cana realty place or lavanderia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDJones View Post
    I do very little, but when I do, I use Golds Flour.

    As for cakes.. There are tons of Repositerias around, but I have yet to taste a cake like you could get in any ma and pa diner in the states.
    that is true. however, people here have acquired the taste of their own offerings. imagine trying to get somebody in the US to eat a Dominican donut...yet the local people love them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the gorgon View Post
    that is true. however, people here have acquired the taste of their own offerings. imagine trying to get somebody in the US to eat a Dominican donut...yet the local people love them.
    There are Dominican donuts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeb321 View Post
    There are Dominican donuts?
    well, there are bakery products with a shape which would remind one of a donut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeb321 View Post
    There are Dominican donuts?
    Jumbos makes Dom Donuts. Never eaten them, but I've given them to Doms. They seem to like them.

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    Have none of you had a Dominican cake...in Santo Domingo (bondelic, pastelería del jardín and there is another one that I can't remember). I have been out of the country for 8 years (born and raised in DR). But if you go to good quality store the cakes and bread (pan de agua o sobaos) have nothing to envy from a US equivalent. That's at the capital at least.

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    I was also looking for a relevant answer, would try this. Thank you.

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