VG

Continuing home from The Great Park, we thought we needed another activity.  I have been wanting to visit the Museum of Making Music in Carlsbad, but it’s under renovation until August 20.  Then we thought we would stop at the California Surf Museu in Oceanside, but The Hubby forgot and we drove right past the off-ramp.  So moving south, we decided to stop in at VG Bakery to try their famous donuts.  I had to know if they were better than Peterson’s.

With a name like VG (meaning very good) I thought the place might be kind of lame.  I mean, couldn’t they come up with something more exciting?  I guess not because all of their creative genius was going into making their magnificent donuts.  Let me just warn you that we got there around 3 in the afternoon and they were out of raised donuts.  They bake at 4 a.m. and 4 p.m. so if you go around 6, you’re in luck.  They did have a few that were sprinkled with sugar (one of which The Hubby got) and one maple glazed that somebody had actually taken back, but I snatched it up anyway.  I’m glad I did because that thing was divine!  It was so good that I scarfed it down before taking a picture.  The donut itself was not big, but it was sure tasty.  We also lucked out with some buttermilk donuts that were just coming out of the oven.  They were warm and delicious.

I’m not usually a huge fan of them, but just looking at this picture makes my mouth water and want more.  It was that good.  The kids, my little donut-haters, vied for cookies and since we needed to spend $10 so we could use a card to pay since we just ran out of cash at our last stop, we bought some sourdough bread and some extra cookies.  The Hubby chose what cookies to buy and ended up with two white chocolate ones that he didn’t realize had walnuts in them.  Since he’s allergic to walnuts, that left the white chocolate cookie eating to me.  Now, I don’t like walnuts.  My mom puts nuts in everything.  In fact, baked goods don’t even tempt her without nuts.  I’m the opposite.  They don’t tempt me if the do have nuts.  But I didn’t know there were nuts, let alone walnuts, in the cookie before I started devouring it.  I was surprised to find that I actually liked the nuts!  They made the cookie better!  Weird, I know.  So in case you’re still wondering, VG did not disappoint and I’ll definitely be back (and taking more pictures because I didn’t do a very good job of that the other day) the next time I’m in Cardiff.  Let me know if  you go.  I’ll be jealous.

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