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The Women of Egypt, Cronuts, and Daughn Gibson
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The Women of Egypt, Cronuts, and Daughn Gibson

The Women of Egypt, Cronuts, and Daughn Gibson

Chef Dominique Ansel makes cronuts, a croissant-donut hybrid, at his New York bakery in June. i

Chef Dominique Ansel makes cronuts, a croissant-donut hybrid, at his New York bakery in June. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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Chef Dominique Ansel makes cronuts, a croissant-donut hybrid, at his New York bakery in June.

Chef Dominique Ansel makes cronuts, a croissant-donut hybrid, at his New York bakery in June.

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The Women of Egypt, Cronuts, and Daughn Gibson
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On this episode of the Weekends on All Things Considered Podcast, we check in on women's rights in Egypt, a year after the Tahrir Square uprisings. Also, a taste of a trendy new pastry, and the tunes of singer Daughn Gibson.

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