Monday, January 4, 2010

My Doughnut Plant obsession endures.

Remember how I swore I'd never try a Doughnut Plant doughnut away from the place of origin ever again? Well, that was until I showed up at Joe The Art of Coffee super-hungry (no breakfast, no lunch) one day last week. On offer? One of Doughnut Plant's seasonal cake doughnut flavors: pomegranate.

Oh. My. Gah.

This doughnut was absolutely delicious. A combination of almost-savory cake and a sweet, pomegranate seed-studded glaze. Just - wow.

I stand corrected.

Oh, and the cappuccino was darn good, too.


Anonymous said...

Totally love Doughnut Plant. In fact, Mark Israel, the owner, had a throw down with Bobby Flay.

Next time your there stop by next door at Kosars Bialy's and across the street, the Pickle Guys for awesome pickles and other pickled veggies.


Lorna Yee said...

I have been obsessively reading about Donut Plant for years. I love it when FoodTV highlights them. On my list FOR SURE on my next visit to NY! And I already know I want the Tres Leche donut and the Creme Brulée donut. So jealous you can have them whenever you want! That pomegranate one sounds great.

Simone Grant said...

OMG I love Doughnut Plant. I used to work walking distance from there and that would be my extra-special afternoon treat.

Oh man, now I can't get them out of my mind....And yes the bialys at Kosars are to die for, too.

Meg Blocker said...

@Mitch: I haven't yet tried the bialys (every time I go, they're already closed), but it's on the list for my next LES foray!

@Lorna: Oooh, I want to try the creme brulee, too. I insist on accompanying you so I can see the look on your face!

@Simone: That sounds incredibly dangerous. In fact, now that I know how close I am to Doughnut Plant AND bialys on a regular basis (my hairdresser is a block away), I am in real trouble - the delicious kind.

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