New York Shop Uses Dr. Anthony Fauci's Face To Adorn Doughnuts Dr. Anthony Fauci is a familiar sight at coronavirus briefings. Donuts Delite in Rochester prints photos of Fauci on wafer-thin edible paper and affixes them to the top of doughnuts with buttercream.
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New York Shop Uses Dr. Anthony Fauci's Face To Adorn Doughnuts

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New York Shop Uses Dr. Anthony Fauci's Face To Adorn Doughnuts

New York Shop Uses Dr. Anthony Fauci's Face To Adorn Doughnuts

New York Shop Uses Dr. Anthony Fauci's Face To Adorn Doughnuts

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Dr. Anthony Fauci is a familiar sight at coronavirus briefings. Donuts Delite in Rochester prints photos of Fauci on wafer-thin edible paper and affixes them to the top of doughnuts with buttercream.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. Dr. Anthony Fauci has become a familiar sight these days. You can see him every day at the White House briefings, on TV news. And now you can see his friendly face on a doughnut. Donut Delite (ph) in Rochester, N.Y., created the topical treat by printing photos of Fauci on wafer-thin edible paper and then affixing them to the top of doughnuts with buttercream. They're apparently a huge hit. And they are available, of course, by contact-free delivery.

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