These doughnuts are something else. They would be tall even if the hole was not
perched on top. The “Elvis”--topped with bananas, halved and stuffed with peanut
butter, and covered in chocolate, looked like some kind of sundae. Even through
all the accoutrements, you could sense the fundamental soundness of the doughnut
itself--the golden, crunchy-but-not-oily exterior, the dense-but-not-heavy
interior, the not-too-sweet dough absorbing the rich chocolate sauce.
- John C.L. Morganh/t: Portland Food Map
Related: Two Cheers for the French Press Eatery's Donuts (February 24, 2010)