Tuesday, October 23, 2007

What New England does right

Cider donuts. At least the ones at Cider Hill Farms in Amesbury. We go apple picking an hour away from Boston, damn near in New Hampshire, just because the donuts are that good. I bit into a donut that had just come out of the fryer and I saw Jesus. At first I didn't recognize Jesus because She was a short black woman, but She said she was Jesus and that cleared everything up.

I'm not sure what it is about the donut, I think it's just filled with so much fat and sugar that my lizard hindbrain is happy that I am taking in maximum calories.

I just wonder why they aren't everywhere. It can't be a difficult recipe. Apples, cinnamon sugar, flour, and lard. Give me a national distribution network and I could put Krispy Kreme and Dunkin Donuts out of business in a month.

9 comments:

B.E. Earl said...

They apparently also do pro footbal (Pats), college football (BC) and baseball (Sawx) right.

God I hate them!

Ɯbermilf said...

Bring me my damn doughnuts already.

Carl Spackler said...

i love donuts. although while i understand the business reason behind doing so, i'm still pissed that Dunkin Donuts stopped making their donuts in the store. they also have the best coffee EVER.

miss kendra said...

cider donuts are SUH GOOD.

also apple-picking sounds like a super nice date.

slappy said...

Earl: I'm not sure if anyone told Boston about BC yet. It's not a college football town.

Ubie: I have some donuts for you. All you have to do is get to Amesbury MA and give them a few bucks.

Carl: Apparently the Dunkin Donuts business model doesn't even rely on their donuts anymore. They're just a coffee shop that has a large pastry section.

Kendra: Fresh air, donuts, fruit... perfect date. Although the bagpiper wasn't too good for the overall mood, the donuts counteracted it.

jamwall said...

I got those when I was there, it came with a defibrillator with every bag!

Spinning Girl said...

soooo yummy.

Tits McGee said...

I like the cider donuts at Atkins Fruit Farm in Hadley, MA, myself.

slappy said...

We'll have to trek out that way sometime.