The team behind Dunkin's new doughnuts

03/13/2013 | Saveur.com

At the Dunkin' Donuts test kitchen in Canton, Mass., Rick Golden oversees the development of each new doughnut flavor, a nine-month process that comes with trial, error and the baking of about 1,200 doughnuts a day. He shares the secret to making an excellent doughnut, the most unusual flavor he's seen and the reason it took four years to perfect the chocolate yeast doughnut.

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