Duff has a face-off with a Maple Glaze Bacon donut in a shop run by New Orleans cops. Across town, he learns to make fluffy Sno Ballz on the first-ever shaved-ice machine at Hansen's Sno Bliz. And in the historic French Quarter, he indulges in Bananas Foster and learns why 35,000 lbs of bananas are set aflame each year to satiate the city's appetite for this New Orleans original. With endless flair for the theatrical, the Big Easy will be a Mardi Gras in Duff's sugar-craving mouth. (Episode: US0103H)
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No cake? No problem.
The wedding cake is a tradition ranking up there with something borrowed, something blue. But what happens if one or both of the soon-to-be wed don’t care for cake? The “Let Them Eat Cake” crew can’t fathom a distaste for our favorite, moist, sweet treat, but it is possible to dislike cake. Even anti-cake-ers deserve a show stopping wedding dessert, so we’ve compiled a few alternatives to consider for your Big Day bash.
Locally owned, Blue Dot Donuts can fill your wedding guests hands with glazed goodness. Instead of tiers of cake, display tiers of donuts right on your dessert table. This is also a delicious late-night snack to send home with your guests.
Bulk orders with customizable toppings and flavors are available upon request.