Grace Street, an unsuspecting coffee shop on W. 32nd Street in New York's Koreatown, has a ridiculously simple, yet ridiculously addictive dessert on its menu. Ho-dduk, a popular wintertime street food found in South Korea, is basically a pocket of fried dough filled with a cinnamon-y caramel-esque equation. Handheld or à la mode, good luck eating just one.
Elusive Korean Donuts are Out of Control Delicious
Welcome back to Consumed, a video series in which Editorial Producer Kat Odell combs Manhattan and the surrounding areas for one-of-a-kind eats and drinks.
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