Happy National Doughnut Day!

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Main Entry: dough·nut
Variant(s): also do·nut
Function: noun
>Date: circa 1809
1: a small usually ring-shaped cake fried in fat
2: something (as a mathematical torus) that resembles a doughnut especially in shape

Forget the second definition. Today, our nation is honoring the golden glazed glory that are doughnuts. Many of you know about my love, and by love I mean near unhealthy obsession (hello, Just a Taste Doughnuthon), with deep fried dough. But you show me a doughnut that’s dipped, filled, dusted or sprinkled, and I’ll show you a country beaming with fried fulfillment.

So here’s to you Mr. Dunkin and Mrs. Kreme, for bringing satisfied smiles to our nation. Now go make your own, or stop by your local deep-fried supplier for a free taste.

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