SLIDE SHOW: Deep in Maine, Artisanal Doughnuts

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Ann Maglaras in the kitchen of Kennebec Café, her diner in the central Maine town of Fairfield. She makes every doughnut by hand to order, 50 or more a day. The day after the graduation of nearby Colby College, she said she made at least 70.


Max Fisher travels into Northern pine country to find
Deep in Maine, Artisinal Doughnuts
in flavors of sweet potato maple and beyond.

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Max Fisher is a former writer and editor at The Atlantic.

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