I grew up in the Midwest, in a nice sized town called Terre Haute. There’s not a whole lot going on. It’s pleasant. We’re known for ISU, land of Larry Bird.
Growing up we didn’t eat out a lot, my father is a bomb cook and we typically ate meals at home. Plus we lived slightly in the country and we didn’t often go into town to eat. Sometimes, we got treated. A hometown favorite for A LOT of people are Square Donuts. They are delicious.
My father grew up down the street from there, so he has many fond memories of eating there as a children. My grandfather too. He has Celiac’s disease, though, now and cannot indulge in Square Donuts. A few years ago he set me on a mission to make donuts. He sent me home with 5+ pages of notes and a fryer. The experience was a little mortifying and a fail to say the least. I did make some good baked donuts. Grandpa wanted the yeast donut, not the cake donuts.
I have kind of steered clear of donuts ever since. They’re tricky. We’re not really friends.
However, lately, I have been feeling a little more adventurous. Why not try again?
I personally thought they were delicious. They had a nice texture and taste. I was very pleased with them. These are best fresh!
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