"It's chock-full of yummy colour photos, technical diagrams, historical lore, arcane trivia and cultural study around this humble―nay, mighty―snack." -National Post (Toronto)
"What we have in this book is a complete doughnut history." -Buffalo News
"...lavishly illustrated with colorful graphics, mouthwatering photography and vintage donut art." -Trailer Life
"...an engaging and nostalgic trip through every tasty facet of donut-ology..."
“…an engaging celebration of America’s favorite sugar-packed culinary delight.”
–Food & Life Arizona
The history is pretty interesting but the recipes don't usually work out. A little disappointed because I got it for my husband who loves doughnuts and cooking. Read morePublished 5 months ago by UofAwildcat
This was a gift for my boyfriend who loves donuts. He says it's a great read and really interesting. Loves it!Published 5 months ago by brittany franco
It is an excellent product. the quality is very good. The service was fast and accurate.Published 8 months ago by Jaime Cuyar
I bought this cookbook for in the winter, makes playing with receipts a little more special.Published 11 months ago by Shirleyabarnhart
grandkids love to make donuts with the donut maker. This has great recipes for them to try. Easy for them to understand.Published 15 months ago by Alice E.
I love this Donut cookbook, I can make so many kinds of donuts now. I made banana flavored donuts that were wonderful.Published 22 months ago by Sharon Pipke
Most of the recipes in this book are for fried donuts, I would like more baked offerings rather than fried.Published on May 22, 2013 by imagine
I was expecting receipes not history. I chose wrong book..can you make them from cake mix? Are most made by deep frying?Published on February 24, 2013 by louise