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September 17, 2007


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I LOVE cider donuts! I go to a few local farms where they have cider donuts and I always buy at least a dozen. And a couple of the donuts even make it home instead of getting eaten in the car.

At least two stalls at my farmers market sell these things and I also cannot stop. I think they actually put tiny little crack rocks in them.

Why haven't the Gravenstein Apple growers here in Sonoma County caught on? I am craving some of these RIGHT NOW!


Note to Oenophilus - Donuts are practically banned in Sonoma County. A guy I know named Mark gave it a shot at making gourmet ones with high quality ingredients - think he last 6 months. (They were available at Oliver's and a few other places.)

this is going to sound weird, but here goes.
This is how I like to eat cider donuts.
First, buy a few.
Second, allow them to get ever so stale.
Third, cut them down the middle as you would a bagel.
Fourth, toast them in a toaster oven for a few seconds so the sugar gets a little melty.
Five, snarf them down with a cold glass of locally made cider.

In response to the comment above me - I don't think they would have time to get stale in my house. I love donuts and these cider ones sound absolutely delicious.

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