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Wednesday, June 3, 2009

How Sweet It is!

The first Friday in June is National Doughnut Day. First celebrated in 1938 by the Chicago Salvation Army, the day was dedicated to raising funds to honor Salvation Army women volunteers who served coffee and fresh doughnuts to thousands of soldiers during World War I.

In fact, women who fried the doughnuts for troops during wartime were called “doughgirls.” The term “doughboy” referred to the soldiers who ate the doughnuts.

Today the U.S. alone consumes about ten million of these tasty treats each year. So what is the most popular variety? The traditional yeast-raised glazed doughnut. To celebrate National Doughnut Day and get a free glazed doughnut, stop by your local Krispy Kreme store on Friday, June 5.

Source: LDS Living.com


  1. My MIL love krispy kreme donuts ces, i tried that one time too katong iya mi palitan lami siya as in layo ra dunkin donuts.
    Musta nman inyo bag o balay dha? start unpacking naka hehehehe. pahuway sa ces oi yaw palabi, theres a lot of time for unpacking and arranging. Hows jacob and your hubby, wala gikapoy sa byahe?

  2. favorite ko yan! bukod sa nakakataba..medyo mahal pa..

  3. Awww... doughnuts... can't stop eating them once I start....

  4. favorite ko po ang donut nila...sarap ng chocolate...