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Korean Walnut Cake in Woodside

Dave_G | Dec 31, 200607:41 AM     2

There's a Korean bakery in Woodside called Man Mi Bakery (54-08 Roosevelt Ave) that makes its own walnut cake. They make it irregularly during the week, but according to the manager, they always make it on Saturday from 8:30 to 2. A walnut cake is basically a less-greasy donut hole filled with red bean paste and walnuts. A fresh bag of 10 costs $2 and it's especially good hot off the press.

Part of the fun is witnessing the bizarre contraption used to create them, which I've heard descibed as out of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

I took some pictures (and video of the contraption in action) that you can find here:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/23026774...

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