Foodie Find: West Virginia Pepperoni Rolls: A Photo Essay

by nonameharbor / Apr 19, 2010 /

Foodie Find: West Virginia Pepperoni Rolls: A Photo Essay

Imagine you've visiting West Virginia and your hostess says, "Let's go have a pepperoni roll."  At a doughnut shop?

The Donut Shop

 

The Donut Shop

 

Yes, The Donut Shop in Buckhannon, West Virginia makes the very most delectable pepperoni rolls in North Central WV.  You can find them at grocer's, gas stations, eateries and most local cooks make their own simply by rolling out frozen dough into roll-size pieces, adding lots of pepperoni and hot (or not) cheese, folding, sealing to enclose each bun and baking.

 

The Donut Shop

 

The Donut Shop

Happy fingers knead the dough and shape into bun size pieces and bake.  At the time of ordering the doughnut Shop opens the roll and adds generous amounts of ground-up pepperoni and chunks of moz cheese and heats the roll to piping hot to serve.

 

The Donut Shop

 

Almost heaven: That pepperoni roll, a hot cup of coffee, the chocolate-all-the-way doughnut.

 


The Donut Shop

And here are my guests, come all the way from New England and Australia, dining at The Doughnut Shop. Then on to visit the covered bridge at Philippi where the first land battle of the Civil War was fought.

 

The Donut Shop

 

 

 

The Donut Shop
19 N. Locust St.
Rt. 20
Buckhannon, WV 26201

 

 

Donut Shop on Urbanspoon

 

 

This is part of Wanderfood Wednesday at Wanderlust & Lipstick. Head over there to find food from all over the world!

 

 

Barbary Chaapel is the Sailing Editor for Wandering Educators

 

All photos courtesy and copyright of Barbary Chaapel.

Comments (1)

Leave a comment