ST. CLAIRSVILLE, Ohio — Riesbeck’s Markets, cited each year for its promotion and huge sales of paczki, expects to beat its own record this year with sales hitting $250,000. Unlike many retailers that promote paczki — the super-rich, traditionally pre-Lenten pastries — the 11-unit independent does not stop selling the doughnut-like treats on Fat Tuesday, the day before Lent begins. It continues to make them and sell them, on weekends only, through Easter. Having sold 2,700 six- and ...

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