Show Me the Donuts!

Show Me the Donuts!

Nine times out of 10, when I see pictures of food in ride reports it looks terribly unappealing. Unless there is a fingernail in it, you won’t usually catch me taking photos of my food, either. But… I will sometimes make an exception for those round wheels of cakey-lovin’ – the donut.

Since I didn’t eat dinner last night, you’ll have to suffer through an old photo of when I brought a half-dozen donuts home from Kane’s in Saugus, Massachusetts. Will ride for donuts!

Maybe not edible, but surely the big Maple Donuts donut is worth a look, too. I stopped at this rooftop model inΒ York, PA while driving out to Cleveland.

The one on the wall at the OTHER York, PA. Maple Donuts was kinda nifty as well. And no, it wasn’t me that took a chomp out of it.

But the rooftop donut at Randy’s in Inglewood, Ca.? Well, that was my holy grail of rooftop donuts. I wanted to see that one for a long time. We stopped there after flying in to LAX in May 2015. It was worth the trip – their donuts were delicious.

This post is part of a 29 posts in 29 days blogging challenge hosted by Kathy at ToadMama.com. Today’s writing prompt: Describe your dinner.

6 Replies to “Show Me the Donuts!”

  1. Could live on donuts. Must be nice to have a selection. Up here it’s all Tim Horton’s and rarely will you see another donut place except for the rare Krispy Kreme.

    1. I feel your pain. Here locally we have chain shops like Dunkin Donuts. Kane’s was a 200+ mile ride for me. I think the Maple Donut places were 200+ miles away, too. And Randy’s? Well… I had to fly there πŸ™‚

      I’ve got a couple smaller donut shops bookmarked in Google Maps. That’ll give me something to do when the roads stay clear!

  2. I admit, I did think of you when I came up with the dinner prompt (with photo option).

    Even if Randy’s Donuts were bad, it’s a must-stop. I haven’t yet, but one day I shall.

    I might visit Maple Donuts next week. Time will tell…

  3. hehehe That first Maple Donuts is our local one. I used to work at the “now library” across the parking lot and spent many nights chatting with that crew as we closed up businesses for the night.

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