A LaMar’s Donut.
If you’ve never tasted one before you’ve never really enjoyed a donut.
Trust me, I was a Baker for years.
I’m just saying, there are very few treasures left in this world that you can purchase for under a dollar.
A LaMar’s donut is sweet dough heaven in the form of a circle.
Notice the ying/yang thing I got going there.
Notice the perfectly applied ring of chocolate, not so much that it runs down the side spoiling it’s appearance and messing up your hand, but enough that you feel that soft CHOCO-LAT-TE-NESS as your teeth sink into the sweet succulent dough.
If you’ve never experienced a Lamar’s chocolate donut before, please do not attempt while operating heavy machinery or while driving. The sudden rush of taste could momentarily overwhelm your taste buds, resulting in possible injury or accident.
Don’t let this happen to you.
A single glazing is plenty as it perfectly soaks into the freshly yanked out of the oven little wheels of pastry.
One bite of a Lamar’s glazed donut and you’ll find yourself looking at the world in a new light.
For a brief sacred moment, you’ll find that nothing matters as you consume one of life’s perfect little treasures. It’s just you, Mr. Lamar’s donut and your tastebud extravaganza.
Here’s a link to their website…… Lamar’s, Simply a better donut
(Note: I have no affiliation with Lamar’s donuts other than we buy them every other Sunday).
Did you know? NBC’s The Tonight Show host Jay Leno dubbed LaMar’s Donuts founder Raymond Lamar the undisputed “King of donuts.”
Another donut conneseuir is Williard Scott.
The Today Show’s big man has been known to argue with host Katie Couric that a LaMar’s donut is the best ever made.
Do you know of any treasures you can still find out there for under a buck?