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Other popular items are apple fritters and custard-filled doughnuts, she said.
As part of the campaign, in each of the nine US cities, American Express and Delta Air Lines will partner with each local doughnut shop to stock the travelling truck with custom, limited-time doughnuts, inspired by quintessential Delta Air Lines snacks like cookies, pretzels, and roasted peanuts, as well as other favorite classic varieties.
Doughnuts may seem ambitious to a novice baker, but they're truly easy to make.
Wacky donut shops like Hypnotic in Dallas, TX and Voodoo Doughnuts in Portland, OR, which is probably best known for its breakfast cereal-crusted offerings and maple bacon glazed donut, have expanded locations across the country with customer lines reaching anywhere from a half an hour to an hour wait.
Former LFC stars Dietmar Hamann and Phil Babb were on hand to help greet the city's sweet-toothed with the first 250 through the door getting a free doughnut for a month.
The new ring shaped sticky 'Halo' doughnuts that are topped with coloured icing and filled, are available in mixed cases of 36, including 12 of each variety and in three delicious flavours; pink icing filled with raspberry jam, white icing with lemon filling and chocolate icing with toffee filling.
Make a stack of honey-glazed doughnuts on a large serving tray.
Rosie Reynolds offers baked, fried, iced, glazed, filled, shaped, dipped and drizzled with chocolate doughnuts in her new cookery book.
Enterprising Salvation Army volunteers during World War I made due with limited resources by frying the tasty treats in soldiers' head gear, sometimes just seven doughnuts at a time.
Or maybe it's the Hollywood image of uniformed American policeman having doughnuts and coffee while on their daily patrols.
This is a great way to share some delicious doughnuts with family, friends and colleagues and also raise some dough for charity.
After all, everyone knows doughnuts are loaded with sugar and fat, not to mention that they're plunged into boiling oil to give them their delicious, crispy, golden outer crust.