Things are busy here at the Horn household. Aside from renovating, packing and prepping for our move, we’re also trying to wrangle putting out a comic. Yes, you read that right, a comic. The semi-autobiographical comic is written by me with art by Paul and entitled The Girl with the Donut Tattoo.
You may have seen the tease a few weeks ago appear at the top of this site but this is the official announcement — at least here on the website. (I’ve teased it a few times on the Facebook page.)
With all these things going on, there’s nothing more relaxing at the end of day than popping in a donut shooter: a hollowed out buttermilk donut filled with Kahlua mudslide mix. It’s a sweet, edible container spiked with a bit of alcohol. Other donut holes can be easily substituted as well as replacing the Kahlua with your beverage of choice. (I recommend milk or coffee for anyone not of legal drinking age or who doesn’t drink alcohol.) Additionally, these donut shooters are mentioned in the comic as well as other donut inventions I have in my donut diary. But more to come on that later.