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The Cruffin Debuts In Philadelphia, Where Budino Thrives

October 26, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Philadelphians love the sweet Italian custard known as budino, usually served like pudding in small jars or ramekins, and chefs have been experimenting with variations on it for years. At first there was salted caramel budino, then frozen budino pops (on a stick), and budino-stuffed doughnuts rolled in salted caramel crunch. The latest incarnation is the salted caramel budino-stuffed cruffin from Barbuzzo's. Similar in concept to New York's famous cronut, it is a hybrid of the croissant and the muffin, stuffed with caramel budino pudding, topped with dark chocolate cookie crumbs and some fleur de sel (sea salt), all rolled in sugar.
Alex Tewfik, "Introducing Philly’s New Hybrid Dessert, the Salted Caramel Budino Cruffin", CNBC, October 26, 2016, © CNBC LLC
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