Dish of the Day: Voodoo Doughnuts

Because every Friday the 13th should involve a little voodoo magic, today’s dish of the day is a box of goodness from the newly opened Voodoo Doughnuts.

Voodoo Doughnut Austin

Voodoo Doughnut Austin

Prior to opening on 6th Street in downtown Austin, the Portland, OR-based doughnut purveyors garnered a cult following, thanks to their extensive menu of doughnuts flavors and surprisingly fair prices. While there are plenty of choices for doughnut traditionalists, Voodoo’s eclectic, offbeat options are what really put the shop on the map. Truly, with toppings ranging from mango to CoCo Puffs, Butterfingers to bacon, Voodoo leaves no flavor combo unturned in crafting its doughnuts.

Sprinkle Cake Doughnut

Sprinkle Cake Doughnut

In the name of research, I have made a couple of trips by the shop to do a little field-testing on some of these said flavors to overall solid results. Voodoo’s traditional cake style doughnut, such as the maple glazed Old Fashioned and double chocolate, are the clear favorites of the bunch. Continue reading Dish of the Day: Voodoo Doughnuts

Dish of the Day: Juan in a Million

Happy Cinco de Mayo Austinites! I hope you started your day with a breakfast taco from one of Austin’s finest taco stops. Today mine came from my kitchen (boring), but had I stopped for a taco it would have come from El Primo, Tacodeli, Izzoz, or from the man, the myth, the legend, the Don himself, Juan in a Million. I got started early on that front yesterday in celebration of my friend Claire’s birthday. Juan in a Million is perhaps one of Austin’s most famous breakfast taco haunts. Stop by and meet the Don himself and subsequently order . . . → Read More: Dish of the Day: Juan in a Million