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Don’t Let Homer See Your Dough-Nu-Matic

By Luke Anderson

When I moved this last time, I was happy to discover that there is a doughnut shop about a block away. What’s better, is that it’s open 12 hours a day, 6 days a week. This means that almost any time I want a chocolate covered yeast ring, I can get one. If you aren’t quite as fortunate as I when it comes to doughnut shops, then why not just make your own treats? Normally, I wouldn’t recommend trying to fry up your own doughnuts, however, this Dough-Nu-Matic changes things a bit.

This awesome device can form, fry and drain mini doughnuts in just under 60 seconds. Sure, they aren’t full-sized or anything, but you can make as many as you want! Throw on some frosting and sprinkles and you’re good to go. The $130 price is a bit steep, but just think of all of the gas money you’ll save. Not to mention you’ll be the most popular guy in the office come break time.

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  • Opie and Anthony

    Wow, another item featured that has been in the inflight airplane catalogs for years… guess someone just took his first plane trip and got bored and took a look at the catalog?

  • rr3

    And his doughnut shop is open 12 hours a day which means he can get one almost anytime…as long as it's within those 12 hours I s'pose.

  • rr3

    And his doughnut shop is open 12 hours a day which means he can get one almost anytime…as long as it's within those 12 hours I s'pose.

  • rr3

    And his doughnut shop is open 12 hours a day which means he can get one almost anytime…as long as it's within those 12 hours I s'pose.