PORTLAND, Maine — “I’ll give you $100 if you can find me two more doughnuts,” an older gentleman calls out as he and his wife march past the A-frame sidewalk sign reading “sold out,” and into The Holy Donut. The sign had already been out for an hour. Owner Leigh Kellis sighs, “I feel so bad when we run out.”
Portland’s Holy Donut unearths the Maine grail — a lobster doughnut
PORTLAND, Maine — You wouldn’t dunk a lobster roll in your coffee, but a lobster doughnut?
Now we’re talking.
In a gray and teal doughnut shop at 194 Park Ave., Leigh Kellis is working on her latest palate-pleasing invention....
November 30th, 2012 - Biting into a piece of fried potato dough drizzled with glaze can be a religious experience in Portland, Maine. A visit to a funky new dive called The Holy Donut has become a weekly, or sometimes daily, ritual for customers craving a fix of flavors ranging from sweet potato ginger to roasted pistachio.