CARPINTERIA Calif. What do you call a deep-fried biscuit rolled in cinnamon sugar and dipped in icing?   That’s what Hardee’s parent CKE Restaurants Inc. wants to know.       The chain on Monday launched a new product they are temporarily calling “Biscuit Holes,” though the company is asking customers to come up with a better name.       The holes are made from Hardee’s biscuit dough, cut into round shapes ...

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