The Doughnut Project: Dough-WHAAAT?!
BreakThruTV | ep167 | Sep 11, 2017
The Doughnut Project is a shop in NYC’s West Village that makes much more than your original glazed doughnut -- though they have that too -- by bringing together what may seem like unlikely flavor combinations atop super fresh yeast doughnuts. Chelsea White tries her hand at her own made-up game, “Dough-WHAAAT,” and attempts to guess the doughnut flavor after a blind taste-test.

Music featured in this episode:
"Modern Age" by Sonny & The Sunsets // "Balloon Game" by Kevin MacLeod

Check out a doughnut making tutorial with Chelsea here!

RELEVANT LINKS

The Doughnut Project: Official Website // Facebook // Twitter

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