"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
grandkids love to make donuts with the donut maker. This has great recipes for them to try. Easy for them to understand.Published 2 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 10 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 15 months ago 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 18 months ago by louise
Is a very informative and well-written book on the history of doughnuts. It does contain some recipes, but it isn't intended to be a doughnut cookbook. Read morePublished 19 months ago by K. J. Kalin
Here is a book that I wanted to like... but I can't. Certainly there is somoe areas of the book that offer an interesting insight into the history of donut's but its written so... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Musicphan
I purchased this book for my grandchildren for Christmas to go with a donut maker. I was so upset to find that the book was full of donut history and only a couple of receipes. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Camie
This was a gift for my husband and he really enjoys this book! We are opening a donut shop and this will come in handy!Published 21 months ago by Stacey Williams
There were a few interesting stories and a couple of interesting pictures, but mostly this book comes across almost as patronizing as it is self-serving. Read morePublished on July 6, 2012 by dbrad