Happy National Donut Day – A Very Important Holiday

Happy National Donut Day – A Very Important Holiday

Though I’m cheating just a teensy-tinesy bit because I didn’t actually celebrate National Donut Day today, I do have a donuty post anyway.

While cruising around on the Bonnie last weekend I got to enjoy my first cider donut at a local farmstand.

Their cheerful little sign beckoned me to stop and sample their wares.

Their cakey dough-loops were delish. As a matter of fact, I wish I had one right now. I do love a good donut, you know.

If you too missed your chance to properly celebrate this wonderful day you can always make it up to yourself tomorrow. Every day is a good day for a donut. As the saying goes: Eat to ride, ride to eat.

3 Replies to “Happy National Donut Day – A Very Important Holiday”

  1. Exactly! I recently learned the difference between an ordinary donut and an exceptional doughnut. Once you taste that, you never go back.

  2. A cider donut, is that like fruit cake laced with whiskey? The only sort here are the sugar coated that I dislike or plain with dusting of icing sugar. I had some great cinnamon dusted ones in Spain once.

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