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Thursday, June 1, 2017

Free donuts on June 2 and where to get them for National Donut Day

Friday, June 2 is National Donut Day, and the one day on the calendar in which tens of millions of Americans can find free pastries with either the purchase of a hot or cold beverage, or in some cases for nothing at all.

Most local donut shops will carry their own traditions into National Donut Day, but for national chains, here are their requirements to get a free donut tomorrow.

Get a free donut with any drink purchase.

Receive a free donut of your choice — any donut — on the house. No purchase necessary.

Mention National Donut Day and receive a classic donut for free with purchase of any hot or iced coffee.

Present this coupon to receive a free donut. Select cities are also handing out travel mugs.

This East Coast chain is offering a free donut to customers with purchase of any beverage. Deal is only valid from 5 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Score twice at Duck Donuts. This donut chain has about a dozen shops spread between the Jersey Shore and North Carolina. Get a free donut with any purchase this Friday, and then come back anytime before August 31, 2017, show your receipt, and receive a free half dozen donuts with the purchase of a half dozen.

Entenmann’s will be handing out free donuts in New York City’s Time Square along with other activities celebrating the holiday. But if you can’t make it there Friday, you can purchase a specially marked box of donuts and the head to Entenmann’s Facebook page to register to “Win free donuts for a year.” Part of the proceeds will go to help Feeding America.

Thursday, January 14, 2016

If someone tells you that you can't 'eat' gold, let them eat cake!

Edible gold has been around since the beginning of time, and for the most part is not detrimental to body chemistry like many 'heavier metals' are.  And one Filipino chef is making anti-gold bugs eat their words by proving that you can eat gold, and in fact, enjoy the consumption.
A Filipino restaurant in Williamsburg, Brooklyn is selling a gold-coated champagne doughnut for $100. Manila Social Club is known for its ube doughnuts, which are purple and cost $40 per dozen. Ube jam, which comes from mashing purple yams, is used in Filipino desserts. 
The golden ube doughnut has icing made with Cristal champagne and it's filled with ube mousse and champagne jelly. The outside is flecked with 24-karat gold. 
Some New Yorkers have apparently been willing to put down $1,200 for an order of a dozen. Gold is trading at $1,075 an ounce. - Business Insider

Yet besides just being used as a form of 'sprinkles' on pastries, gold has also been used in food stuffs like:


According to a report in the Local, the Pan Piña bakery in southern Spain is serving up 400 gram (14 oz.) golden loaves of bread with 250 milligrams of gold dust (value approx. €100) baked in.
The premium on gold bread from the Pan Piña bakery is high as a loaf of their gold bread costs about €117, reflecting a 17% premium over the value of the €100 worth of gold in the loaf.

So next time some paper asset investor tries to tell you that gold is nothing more than a barbarous relic, and when the stuff hits the fan, you can't eat your gold, all you need to do is channel your inner Marie Antoinette and say...

"Let them eat cake!"