Quiz Time

Q: What was created in 1937, is not healthy for you but tastes really really good?

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Hint: It was created in 1937

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Another Hint: If you have some dough, you can buy their Stock on the NYSE

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Another Hint: You can use them to raise some Dough

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.Another Hint: On June 1st you don’t need any dough to get one

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.Ready for the Answer?

A: Krispy Kreme Doughnuts – There is a logo on the website, but the only article that I could easily find was at a Battle Creek Newspaper (so I will link their story here). On Friday June 1st, you can get a free doughnut!!

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0 Responses to Quiz Time

  1. and… if you wait in line long enough you can get one for free… LOL

    We finally got one here in CanuckVille 2 years ago… Have only been there once, and got a free donut and left. LOL

  2. Roon says:

    Argh!!! Our first Free Doughnut Day in years with no Krispy Kreme in town anymore.

    Terry, eat an extra one for me!

  3. Marianna says:

    AAACK No Krispy Kreme here either!

    M~

  4. I LOVE a warm Krispy Kreme right out of the oven….and yes they are so evil – but I might have to go get a free one on Friday…

  5. DPeach says:

    I recently posted a KK story at my blog:

    http://www.mythoughtspot.com/2007/04/07/krispy-kreme-goodness/

    Every time I have been in a busy KK, they always give out doughnuts while waiting in line. Maybe that is the reason they are busy.

  6. darrell says:

    Free Krispy Kreme! Oh, happy day!

  7. Sheltie Girl says:

    Good luck with your gluten free challenge. As you do it, just remember that there are more foods that are gluten free than have gluten. Also, watch out how much of the white rice/potato flour/tapioca foods that you eat. These foods can raise your triglyceride levels if you eat too much of them over a period of time. Last tip is to keep track of how much fiber you get daily. Most processed gluten free foods are pretty low on fiber…not to mention nutrition. If you have a local farmer’s market, seek gf dining inspiration from the foods that you find. All fruits and vegetables are gluten free.
    You might want to check out the Feingold Association too. (http://www.feingold.org) The Feingold diet is one that eliminates various modern chemicals that are added to our foods as preservatives, flavor enhancers, etc. Some people are very sensitive to these types of chemicals. I put my son on a modified Feingold diet (no food colorings, no MSG or its cousins). There may be some information on the site that can help you out.

    Sheltie Girl @ Gluten A Go Go

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