I've had Krispy Creams. In California and in Florida. I remember in California they had a drive through and it would be a really long line at night.
I finally tasted them. Meh! They are OK, but I don't know what all the fuzz is about. It's light and sugary, but I've had light and sugary doughnuts at bakeries here in Thailand that are just as good as Krispy Cream.
Krispy Cream doughnuts are the iPhone of doughnuts.
---------- Post added at 15:26 ---------- Previous post was at 15:24 ----------
and BTW, this is exactly why my primary school students are so fucking FAT. I got grade 5 students that can barely make it up the stairs. And they keep feeding them the deep fried shit at school, McDOnalds and now the Krispy Cream Burger.
Do thai kids eat Thai food anymore?
---------- Post added at 15:28 ---------- Previous post was at 15:26 ----------
After the Krispy Cream burger, they can have deep fried oreos for dessert
and wash it down with my american favorite, the deep fried Coke
When Ksipy Kreme opened its first store in Northern California there were long lines also. I'll be in Bangkok tomorrow, if there's no line I'll buy some.
From the OP's first link:
"In the days to come, we expect to see hundreds of brand-conscious Bangkokians carrying Krispy Kreme boxes through the streets as they show off their ability to keep up with the latest dining trends".
God save us from trendy, brand-conscious types.
The worst job in Thailand must be the man who has to sit down with a blue marker pen and mark a number two on the two-baht coins to stop people thinking they are one-baht coins.
Hollow where would you have tried one?
Too long in Exile, too long not singing my song.
Too long like a rolling stone, Too long in exile
Too long in Exile, baby you just arent my friend.
Too long in Exile my friend, Baby you can never go home again.
couple of weeks mate, surprised you did not like them, being a munchy man and all.
they have that fake cream sht?
According to the wife's friends the latest trendy bags to have in Thailand are Cath Kidston ones, over-priced, retro designs from the UK. Wish I'd thought of them though, seem to be selling like hot cakes.
So he got em all a doughnut.