“Dying for a Donut,” Cindy Sample’s latest book in the Laurel McKay series, is set in Apple Hill, where one can find freshly made apple doughnuts like this one from Rainbow Orchards.
“Dying for a Donut,” Cindy Sample’s latest book in the Laurel McKay series, is set in Apple Hill, where one can find freshly made apple doughnuts like this one from Rainbow Orchards. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
“Dying for a Donut,” Cindy Sample’s latest book in the Laurel McKay series, is set in Apple Hill, where one can find freshly made apple doughnuts like this one from Rainbow Orchards. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee Staff Photo

National Doughnut Day: Prepare for ‘Dying for a Donut’

November 05, 2015 1:49 PM

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