Traveling the Kentucky Doughnut Trail

The New York Times does an able job of showcasing some of the best cop stops in the state. I’d make one addition, the Midway School Bakery, whose made-from-scratch doughnuts might not be world class just yet, but are definitely on track for greatness! Thanks to the Times for shining a light on a great Kentucky tradition!

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4 Responses to Traveling the Kentucky Doughnut Trail

  1. Ellen says:

    Where I live, the place to get doughnuts is The Great American Doughnut Shop aka GADS. They have delicious doughnuts, especially if you can get there while they are still warm. The family that owns the shop came to Kentucky from Cambodia, started GADS and keep it open 24/7.

  2. Linda says:

    One thing that holds no weight (pun intended) with me–doughnuts. Just not one of my things but I know people love them. I’ve attempted making them before. LOTS of work. They are good on a chilly day but I could avoid them for the rest of my life and not feel any loss. Thanks for the info. I passed it along.

  3. Heidi says:

    What a great link! I fell down the rabbit hole and ended up reading about the cornbread suppers…how delightful :) Need to host one of those myself. And a trip to Kentucky for those doughnuts.

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