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Pączki (Polish: [ˈpɔntʂkʲi] ( listen); singular: pączek [ˈpɔntʂɛk]; Kashubian: pùrcle; ) are filled doughnuts that are typical for Polish cuisine.

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In Southeastern michigan ...Detroit...Hamtramck ...polish immigrants make stupid dumb big jelly filled doughnuts called Paczki's In southeast michigan these are commonly eaten on Fat Tuesday also known as Mardi Gras...or Paczki Day

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