On Sunday morning at Village Donuts in Lodi, people lined up at the counter to make their selections from the dozens of glaze, fritter, sprinkled and nut-topped pastries. Among the donut aficionados, John, Lyndsi and Jessica Higgins placed an order for three dozen donuts to take with them to a Century Assembly Church junior high and high school youth group Thanksgiving-type celebration.
In one sentence, Jessica Higgins summed up the case for donuts -- the case that keeps the little doughy sugar-bombs in business year in, year out, despite their existence in a diet-crazed, South Beach-striving, low-carb-crazed America.
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