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Next to an East Cobb gas station, Marietta Donuts serves up fresh yeast doughnuts and apple fritters

Source: Atlanta Magazine

An assortment from Marietta DonutsPhotograph by Lia Picard Two years ago Sokcheat Heng, the owner of Marietta Donuts, left Battambang, Cambodia for Boston with hopes of becoming a successful entrepreneur in the U.S. He had owned a home supply business in Cambodia but liked doughnuts and knew that his friends in Atlanta could help him learn how to make them. While living in Boston he met his girlfriend and business partner, Sophal Chhim, and together they packed up and moved to East Cobb. Friends had scouted out a storefront adjacent to a Shell gas station at the busy intersection of ...

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Republic Taco Kicks Off Breakfast Taco Delivery on Tuesday

Source: Washingtonian Food

Chris Svetlik is on a mission to bring Texas breakfast staples to DC. First, he and fellow Texan Brian Stanford introduced Washingtonians to the fluffy, sweet and savory-stuffed pastries known as kolaches with a series of Republic Kolache pop-ups. Now, Svetlik is launching Republic Taco, which will sell “proper” breakfast tacos exclusively through UberEats delivery.

The taco operation launches tomorrow and will deliver daily from 8 am to 11 am. As Svetlik explains, delivery is an ideal way to reach people in the mornings: “It’s a very simple meal, and people don’t have a ton of time… As a symptom ...

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Get Your Fill of Arepas and Kolaches This Weekend

Source: Washington City Paper Young & Hungry

arepa1It’s a good time for stuffed dough. Among the handheld foods having their moment in D.C.: arepas—grilled corn patties filled with meats, cheeses, and more—and kolaches, pillowy Czech pastries with sweet or savory fillings that are particularly beloved in Texas. Two new “residencies” showcase these treats. Here’s where to stuff yourself on stuffed stuff.

Arepa Zone at Union Market
After winning a culinary entrepreneur competition called Launch Pad, the Venezuelan food truck gets to take over the former Ris stall in Union Market. Arepa Zone will serve more than a dozen arepas as well as quesadilla-like sweet corn crepes called ...

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Republic Kolache Launches “Residency” at American Ice Co. This Weekend

Source: Washington City Paper Young & Hungry

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Kolaches—the beloved Texas pastry of Czech origin—are now finally available in the District. Republic Kolache founders and Texas natives Chris Svetlik and Brian Stanford will begin selling the pillowy pastries with sweet and savory fillings at American Ice Company this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Savory kolaches will have fillings like half-smoke with sharp cheddar and Shiner beer-brined jalapeno relish, as well as chorizo with scrambled egg and sharp cheddar. (All the meats come from Meats & Foods.) Sweet flavors include vanilla bourbon peach preserves with bacon crumble and cream cheese with lemon zest, cinnamon, and toasted pecan. ...

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Republic Kolache is bringing the Texas-style pastries to D.C. with a weekly pop-up

Source: Washington Post Going Out Guide

Republic Kolache is bringing the Texas-style pastries to D.C. with a weekly pop-up

The kolache is not a Philly cheesesteak, a New York slice, a Baja fish taco or some other signature dish that has found acceptance far from the place where it was created and beloved. For reasons difficult to grasp, the kolache has remained mostly rooted in the Czech belt of central Texas, where the yeasted […]

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