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CPN reporter Deepak Singh meets with Matt Rohdie and Jen Downie, a couple who recently started a mobile doughnut business in Charlottesville called Carpe Donut.  Deepak finds out about what motivated them to start such an enterprise and why they picked doughnut over some other street food. Matt Rohdie explains how his version of doughnut is different from others.

Dave McNair of the Hook recently wrote about this unique enterprise. Follow Deepak Singh on Facebook and Twitter.

  17 Responses to “The Family Donut: Fresh and Organic”

  1. Cool PodCast – they sound tasty! Any chance of a franchise here in Dorset, UK?
    J

  2. [...] Update 3/17: Carpe Donut’s Matt Rohdie and Jen Downie talk about their new donut biz on the Charlottesville Podcasting Network. Have a listen! [...]

  3. Great coverage of ‘common man’s everyday life. Good series to connect with the ‘American Spirit on street’. Thanks and congratulations for a wonderful coverage. Look forward to next story.

    J

  4. Today, mobile doughnut business really at great pick up. Motivating is the basic of all business, Deepak is on the right way. Keep going….
    Hot fresh and healthy food is the thing which all want. The work is awesome with wide network.
    give updates of such story’s..///

  5. thanks for nice coverage

  6. Thank’s for your article it’s a nice

  7. Enjoyed the podcast but a pity we can’t enjoy the actual donuts here in Dorset, UK.

  8. Nice coverage…. but like the above commenter said…we cant enjoy the donuts in Dorset…:)

  9. Nice article and i like the photos also

  10. Nice article and idea too! I liked that article as the content of it is so nice.

  11. A nice and informative post for me and my friends thank you for the post like this.

  12. have good information on a good site would be useful to people thank you

  13. Hi Deepak,

    It was refreshing to hear your voice over the net. This is a good coverage of the doughnut van. You sound pretty regimental in there. I would suggest you to have a smile on when speaking to record… you would sound friendly.
    Cheers
    Rajiv

  14. Enjoyed the podcast but a pity we can’t enjoy the actual donuts here in Dorset, UK

  15. Gosh! The donut wagon brings back a rush of childhood memories. I can almost smell and taste them again. Living out in the wilds the only time we ever got to see a donut cart was at local fairs on major holidays.

  16. Oh it’s really unusual to sell doughnuts! I’ve never seen a van with them, only ice-cream :)
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  17. Oh it’s really unusual to sell doughnuts! I’ve never seen a van with them, only ice-cream :)

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