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The Great Doughnut Derby: La Flor de Puebla vs. Cork Market
A suburban bakery takes on a 14th Street favorite. By Jessica Voelker
La Flor de Puebla goes up against Cork Market in bout three of the first round. Photograph courtesy of Shutterstock.
Comments () | Published March 13, 2013

Another day, another bracket rung complete. In a stunning turn of events, global doughnut juggernaut Krispy Kreme was narrowly defeated by Migue’s Magnificent Mini Donuts. Now it’s time to add a third victor to those vendors destined for round two.

Today we pit a bakery with locations in Manassas, Riverdale, and Hyattsville against a tiny 14th Street market that offers made-to-order doughnuts each Sunday until they sell out (usually around noonish). Filled with eggy cream, La Flor de Puebla’s sugar-and-sprinkle-coated bolas de Berlin are pretty great, but it’s hard to beat the cinnamon-sugar treats at Cork Market. The choice is yours—just be sure to vote before 5 PM, when the poll closes.

See also:
Announcing: The Great Doughnut Derby!
The Great Doughnut Derby: Lyon Hall vs. Tabard Inn
The Great Doughnut Derby: Krispy Kreme vs. Migue’s Magnificent Mini Donuts

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