...Then there's this one which is a permanent fixture during Playland's season, as well as the PNE. You pass it, just before heading to Coaster....and mini golf, lol. Covered Arcade is the other direction.
,,,And then we found this one, last night, on the PNE grounds, where the CHINESE LANTERN FESTIVAL ~ http://www.pne.ca ~ is happening. I think this one shows up at our annual fair, as well as the others. So that's 3 so far I've discovered, who make mini-donuts at The Fair.
As well as a dozen (or so) places I've found, that serve CORN DOGS as well! I'm think I'm going to do a taste challenge for those, at next year's PNE, yum!
Changing mine right now to the Bacon Maple Bar at Voodoo Doughnut. Got to try it out at the CityWalk Orlando location, and HO-LY JEEZUS. You people in Portland have it good. I am now a firm believer that good things definitely come in pink boxes.
Every year during our Pride time in Vancouver, somebody always creates a Pride Donut to sell during a few of the events, including our Parade, which happens on the first Sunday of August (04th this time). The proceeds go to "A Loving Spoonful" in Vancouver.
This one looks great! And only $5 Cdn. Yum! Too pretty to eat, really.
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