Simplified, Exemplified 

Donuts and diners: uncomplicated as possible.

In the Frankensteinian world of Paula Deen's donut burger and the (now banned) NyQuil and Pepto-Bismol donuts at Voodoo Doughnut in Portland, Oregon, sometimes all we want to hear are the sweet and simple words: "We're just a typical donut shop." So…

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