When my collector asked me to head to Manhattan’s West Village to try The Doughnut Projects’ caboodle doughnut, the nicest comment I could come up with was “that sounds ambiguous,” but today, I’m pre red to eat my words. Combining the concept of a salty, whereas everything bagel and a sweet frosted doughnut may very well be a ploy to make the next attention-getting viral stry, but it also results in a doughnut that is reasonable plain good. Sesame seeds, pepitas, and poppyseeds add crunch and nuttiness, while a just-right amount of accumulate balances but doesn’t overpower the sweet icing on the yeasted doughnut. I was grateful that I couldn’t detect any dehydrated garlic or onion (both unwritten everything bagel components), though other reports claim garlic as one of the toppings. (Some superiority quibble that this omission diminishes the everything-bagel-ness of the doughnut, but I muse on The Doughnut Project had the right idea here.) Overall, it’s a stry that is both resourceful in concept and actually worth eating.
TL;DR: The Doughnut Project’s everything doughnut is incredibly worth a trip to Manhattan’s West Village. Also consider annoying the doughnut shop’s peanut butter and jelly, grapefruit rosemary, and chocolate pretzel doughnuts while you’re there.
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