Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Goodbye My Lover, Goodbye My Friend

Gingerbread Bread Doughnut

I remember the day we met like it was yesterday. Standing on line at Rock Center’s now long gone Citarella, I was about to order my usual toasted whole wheat bagel with lox cream cheese when I spotted you all decked out in Valrhona. You were all I had ever dreamed of in a doughnut. Over the years we’ve shared some special times--summer picnics, holidays, but now I fear our love has grown stale and I need to let you know that I’ve met someone new...
I’ve struggled with this for some time, I didn’t walk into Dough expecting to fall in love, but I’ve been swept away. Dough is just, well, more exciting. Their lemon--it’s lemon-ier. Their chocolate is not just dipped in chocolate, it’s positively slathered in it. Slathered. And if we’re talking cheap date, let’s just say that my dollar goes a good bit further with Dough. As much as this pains me to admit it, I know now that you’re no longer number one in my heart.

I’m sorry it’s come to this, but I suspect you’ve known this was coming for a while and I wanted to clear the air. I don’t want it to be awkward when we run into each other in Dean & Deluca or on the Lower East Side. Maybe with time we can be...friends...

Thanks for the memories, Doughnut Plant.

xo,

Brownie

1 comment:

HighOnPoker said...

THANK YOU SO MUCH! I feel like I'm the only one who realizes that Donut Plant is a cute idea and a decent donut, but it does not deserve the insane amount of praise it receives. The yeast donuts are too airy, and the cake donuts are too dense. That's just the tip of the iceberg. I've got to check out Dough.