Chinese Honey Bows?
Long ago there was a couple of bakeries on Mott St. that would sell these hard to describe, but they were like large flaky thin fried dough in the shape of a twisted bow. I don't know what they are called, they were similar to oversized kruschiki. They would always be on a counter top dripping in fresh honey. I never see them anymore. Any idea where I can find these again?
Thank you, @BklynBlaise for your info. I, too enjoyed honey bows many years ago. Today I found them at Mei Li Wah. The other bakeries in Chinatown don't even know what you're talking about when you ask for honey bows!
Anyway, I've taken a photo for anyone who doesn't know what honey bows are. I think the bakery uses the same dough as the crispy noodles that are often served in the Chinese restaurants before your meal. These are just like a giant crispy noodle, coated with delicious honey.