Hot Seller or Fast Markdown: The Everything Doughnut




The Doughnut Project in Manhattan opened its doors just four months ago, and is offering a unique take on the classic round pastry -- the "Everything Doughnut."

And brace yourself if you are a sweet tooth purist.

The shop is known for doughnuts that are as savory as they are sweet. In addition to the "Everything Doughnut," which takes its name and flavors from the bagel of the same name, you can munch on a bacon and maple bar. There's also the beet with ricotta, or you could give the olive oil and black pepper a try.

The "Everything Doughnut" isn't cheap, though -- it costs $3.75 for one and comes with Cream Cheese Glaze with Sesame Seeds, Poppy Seeds, Pepitas, Garlic & Sea Salt. 

The Doughnut Project is located on Morton Street in Greenwich Village and opens up weekdays at 8 a.m. and closes when they sell out.

via ABC7


Hot Seller or Fast Markdown: The Upside Down Wine Glass



It appears to be out of stock at the moment, so I guess that makes it a hot seller! Cheers!


From Huff Po:

Bottoms up, literally.

A company called Red5 has made an upside down wine glass in which you can sip your Malbec from the foot of the glass rather than the lip for the bargain price of $10.

“We don’t mean to be rude but we bet that your glass cupboard is pretty boring,” the gadget company wrote on its website. “Lots of standard glasses in the standard shape that you would expect to find in any home. The Upside Down Wine Glass is a revolution in glass design and will literally turn the world upside down.”

via Huffington Post