Small Business at Nearby Neighborhood – Part 2

Tuesday, July 19, 2022

You may read previous post (Part 1):

- Small Business at Nearby our Neighborhood – Part 1 | Tanza Erlambang Update



Fig 01- Donuts sold in the shop


We love to eat in our favorite restaurants before covid 19 pandemic. Some provided international or certain ethnic menus.


For breakfast, we bought donuts sometimes. Sure, we consume local ones, not well famous brands such as “Dunkin Donuts.”


The price ranges from US$ 1.66 to US$ 15.99 for a dozen donuts, reasonable price, we guess.



Fig 02- One of my favorite donuts



Fig 03- Local product of Doughnut shop


Some of our Doughnut favorites are:

- Glaze

- Chocolate

- Apple fritter

- Cinnamon role

- Donuts holes


Doughnut's shops could sell coffee, juice, bottle water, soft drinks and other goods for additional profits


How about with local business in your neighborhood?


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23 comments:

  1. We mostly go to Tim Hortons for breakfast

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  2. I love donuts! I'm craving some now.
    xoxo
    Lovely
    www.mynameislovely.com

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Small Business at Nearby Neighborhood – Part 2
      -
      Fig 01- Donuts sold in the shop

      We love to eat in our favorite restaurants before covid 19 pandemic. Some provided international or certain ethnic menus.

      For breakfast, we bought donuts sometimes. Sure, we consume local ones, not well famous brands such as “Dunkin Donuts.”

      The price ranges from US$ 1.66 to US$ 15.99 for a dozen donuts, reasonable price, we guess

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  3. ...I love donuts, but I rarely eat them.

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  4. I'm always for supporting small business and this one with cookies look amazing and delicious.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Small Business at Nearby Neighborhood – Part 2
      -
      Fig 03- Local product of Doughnut shop

      Some of our Doughnut favorites are:
      - Glaze
      - Chocolate
      - Apple fritter
      - Cinnamon role
      - Donuts holes

      Doughnut's shops could sell coffee, juice, bottle water, soft drinks and other goods for additional profits

      How about with local business in your neighborhood?

      # Previous postings:
      - WHY WALKING REGULARLY MAKE YOU LIVE LONGER? | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE
      - HOW MANY COUNTRIES INCLUDE IN LIVE LONGER ZONES? | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE
      - WHAT FOOD SHOULD WE TRY WHILE IN JAPAN? - PART 2 | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE
      - IS DENMARK WORLD LEADER IN WIND ENERGY? | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE

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  5. Love the post. Unfortunately, our nearby place like this closed. I hope it will reopen.

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  6. A good time to support them, but they might not be fully staffed as of yet..so be patience.

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    1. Indeed....

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Small Business at Nearby Neighborhood – Part 2
      -
      You may read previous post (Part 1):
      - SMALL BUSINESS AT NEARBY OUR NEIGHBORHOOD – PART 1 | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE

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      Small Business at Nearby Neighborhood – Part 2
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  8. Ohhhh
    Look so delicious!!!
    Thanks for sharing ♥

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Small Business at Nearby Neighborhood – Part 2
      -
      Fig 01- Donuts sold in the shop

      We love to eat in our favorite restaurants before covid 19 pandemic. Some provided international or certain ethnic menus.

      For breakfast, we bought donuts sometimes. Sure, we consume local ones, not well famous brands such as “Dunkin Donuts.”

      The price ranges from US$ 1.66 to US$ 15.99 for a dozen donuts, reasonable price, we guess

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  9. We always try to support our local businesses! The prices may be a little higher but quality and service is always better!

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    1. Indeed ....

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Small Business at Nearby Neighborhood – Part 2
      -

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  10. The donuts look really tasty. I love to support local businesses, especially in these troubled times. :)

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Small Business at Nearby Neighborhood – Part 2
      -
      Fig 03- Local product of Doughnut shop

      Some of our Doughnut favorites are:
      - Glaze
      - Chocolate
      - Apple fritter
      - Cinnamon role
      - Donuts holes

      Doughnut's shops could sell coffee, juice, bottle water, soft drinks and other goods for additional profits

      How about with local business in your neighborhood?

      # Previous postings:
      - WHY WALKING REGULARLY MAKE YOU LIVE LONGER? | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE
      - HOW MANY COUNTRIES INCLUDE IN LIVE LONGER ZONES? | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE
      - WHAT FOOD SHOULD WE TRY WHILE IN JAPAN? - PART 2 | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE
      - IS DENMARK WORLD LEADER IN WIND ENERGY? | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE

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  11. In my country it is not tradition to eat donuts, but croissants yes!!
    xoxo

    marisasclosetblog.com

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      Small Business at Nearby Neighborhood – Part 2
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      You may read previous post (Part 1):
      - SMALL BUSINESS AT NEARBY OUR NEIGHBORHOOD – PART 1 | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE

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  12. The donuts look really good, I would have one right away :-)

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