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in the city : glazed and infused

When we're feeling indulgent, our go-to doughnut shop in the city would be Glazed and Infused.

We've been here more times than I'm comfortable admitting, and I don't plan on letting up anytime soon.  A quick trip from anywhere in the city, this little shop is located in the South Loop neighborhood with easily accessible street parking nearby.  If you go, you need to try the bacon maple long john: every bite is like bacon and pancakes merged into one.  It's heaven!

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  1. Omg!! I twisted dream come true...wherebisbthis place exactly?

  2. Wow, it's like heaven in the mouth haha!

  3. They look magnificent! We have only started embracing the bacon, pancake and maple syrup combo here in Australia. It's growing on me but perhaps its a taste (like Vegemite!) that you had to grow up with. Wishing you the loveliest of days. :) x

    1. Ah, Vegemite! I have a friend that loves that stuff, I have yet to try it... maybe this is the week! ;)

  4. I love the name, glazed and infused - awesome! I'm actually away at the moment but I just stopped in here & i'm so glad I did. Hope everything is going well for you at the moment xx

    ps. I have never met a person who didn't grow up with vegemite who likes it as an adult .. but the key is hot toast, lots of butter, only a little vegemite! :-)


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