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 visited the shop for a tutorial on making doughnuts and to sample some of the finished product — one of the staples of their menu: The Everything Doughnut.
Music featured in this episode:
“Judy French” by White Reaper // “Special Girl” by The History Of Apple Pie // “Slash/Burn” by Thao & The Get Down Stay Down // “Wool In The Wash” by Crying
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