Probably the worst thing an adult can eat, and now getting the little girl
hooked also. Hope it's in moderation, which is okay!
In a nation where 50% of the population is obese, the last thing we need is more
articles glorifying donuts and speaking of "comfort food" as unifying
families. Being a slave to certain foods like donuts and chocolate (which seems
to be OK with us LDS types) is just as bad as being a slave to drugs, tobacco,
or hot drinks (which is not OK with us LDS types).
Clearly the previous commenters have not had these delicious treats. I recommend
the blueberry cake donuts or a maple bar. Donuts are a fun treat every once in
awhile. I highly doubt the author is attempting to get her daughter to become
obese, but is merely enjoying a treat with her child.
Dannyboy, the issue isn't about enjoying things with your child. Enjoyment
of time together and eating donuts are mutually exclusive - you don't need
one to have the other. Spending quality time with your child is awesome, but
why does it have to involve the worst foods you can eat? Why not go on a walk
together? Fly a kite? Or if you're eating while hanging out together, how
about a picnic?Point is you can accomplish all the things the donut
is accomplishing here without the donut. And it would be more responsible for a
major publication to do its part in the community by encouraging other forms of
Can I bring donuts to the picnic? You really should try them. They are
Look out folks, the donut police are out in force!@Brave Sir Robin:
Donuts being compared to drugs? Are you serious? I eat several
donuts a week. I am 47 and at 18% body fat.