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Harry Mudd enjoys a plate of doughnuts in 2288.

A doughnut (also called donuts) is a fried piece of dough that is usually covered or filled with something sweet.

Herbert Rossoff ate doughnuts and often complained to Douglas Pabst about the standard of the doughnuts provided to the staff at Incredible Tales, saying they were stale. Pabst disagreed, but agreed to provide Rossoff with fresher doughnuts the following day after Rossoff threatened to go and work for Galaxy. (DS9 episode: "Far Beyond the Stars")

However, everyone in the Incredible Tales office knew that the unsold doughnuts they saw in a bakery at the end of the day would be in their office the next day or the day after. (DS9 novelization: Far Beyond the Stars)

In 1986, while attempting to find humpback whales, the crew of the Bounty passed a store in San Francisco that specialized in making doughnuts, Winchell's Donut House. (TOS movie: The Voyage Home)

While Harry Mudd was safely onboard the USS Enterprise in 2288 he helped himself to some coffee and a plate of doughnuts. (TOS comic: "The Sky Above...The Mudd Below")

In 2369, Jake Sisko hoped that the Bajoran and alien shop owners on Deep Space 9's Promenade knew about doughnuts. (DS9 novelization: Emissary)

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