Tag: Doughnut Sandwich
I don’t normally write about food, but this extreme circumstance may warrant some coverage. Last night, before the final Hello Kavita / Roger, Roll show, I decided to stop by Sputnik for dinner. Sputnik, it seems, had recently updated their menu. Gone is the Benny Mac (a sandwich which contained mac-n-cheese, chicken, bacon, and BBQ sauce), and newly arrived is the Doughnut Sandwich. Being one for adventure (and possible myocardial infarction) I ordered the sandwich. It was by no means a “fancy” affair, rather a combination of all of those guilty breakfast pleasures wrapped into one object. Instead of a bun, a glazed doughnut is split in half and lightly toasted, filled with scrambled eggs and breakfast sausage, topped with cheese, and served with “fake” maple syrup. The sticky concoction balanced salty and sweet with a slight kick of savory. I only got 3/4 of the way through it before I was overcome with the sheer richness of the thing. So, if you’re looking for what may be the tastiest, least healthy food in all of Denver, head down to Sputnik.