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Spudnuts Ad

Given the recent comments on Spudnuts, Captain Bevo dug this up and asked that I post it.

6 comments to Spudnuts

  • What, may I ask, is a spudnut? (other than “America’s Finest Food Confection”… which leaves me even more curious.)

  • captainbevo

    The thing that makes a spudnut different then a typical doughnut is that spudnut uses potato flour as opposed to wheat thus the name spudnut. I like them better than krispy kreme.

  • M. Nichols

    I just wanted to add to the Spudnut Shop discussion. My dad taught piano at Kyle’s Music, which was for a long time in the building that was adjacent (or the next door) to the Spudnut Shop. They had the best filled pastry shells ever! I don’t remember when they closed, but it was a true loss to the town!

  • In high school, many of my classmates worked at Spudnuts for a specific interval of time. Apparently (this is what I was told at the time), their rule was that after 90 days, you got a raise. Therefore, they always seemed to let you go after 89 days.

  • ps: Speaking of local stuff, I have some KIMN hit parade scans (the tip of the iceberg) at my flickr page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kipw/5020469287/in/set-72157603522557136/

    My favorite one is the one with the Can-a-pop ad on the front. There’s a great web page devoted to those cans, with tons of pictures. I never knew it was invented in Wyoming.

  • M. Nichols

    I also looked it up–here is the Wikipedia link. Interesting!


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