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as long as we're talking about proper american donuts and not rubbish british ones
from Tesco ring, to Krispy Kreme.
> shortbread > apple & cinnamon muffin > melting moment > jam drop > jam & cream "long john" donut > blueberry muffin > banana muffin > orange & pecan muffin > vanilla iced donut > chocolate iced donut > all other flavours of muffin, donut or "cookie".
but they always leave me needing a drink, too dry, but other than that they're spot on.
are you talking about shitey american doughnuts or proper ones?
Doughnuts > cookies > muffins, because of the existence of fresh warm doughnuts at funfairs/beer festivals.
On average, cookies > muffins > doughnuts.
they don't call you clever for nothing, do they?!
you were right the first time
with gooey melted white chocolate in the centre
and a coffee most morings in work. Donuts are to heavy and are reserved for speacial occasions, and a cookie is more something i might have a with a cup of tea in the evening time.
So id say over all its got to be the Blueberry muffin.
fudge doughnut > any other doughnut
(freshly fried doughnuts at the shows a close second)
actually the freshly fried ones might be the best
like a bun coated in fudge with custard in it
can't say I have
They also do ones the size of an actual cake.
Get on it.
the photo in that wikipedia entry is a fisher and donaldson doughnut
Also "According to the Dictionary of Biological Psychology, fudge doughnuts are a potent reinforcer that loses its standard measure of influence as additional portions are consumed (so that the fourth or fifth does not have the original influence)."
is the doughnut bit a similar texture to a yum yum?
Mantova, last June. Pistachio filling with chocolate coating. It was amazing.