While imbibing cold-brew coffee drawn from the tap at Stumptown roasters in Seattle's Capitol Hill (Stumptown's HQ is in Portland, Oregon), we tucked into a curious micro-donut, shown here with the dollar to illustrate its size. A first-bite reaction was to call out "State Fair!" This little sinker had the devil-may-care flavor of well-used oil typical of cheap Midway eats. There is no logical culinary justification for loving the brutish little pastry, but maybe it was the yin-yang of its contrast to Stumptown's very elegant coffee that made it so enjoyable. Shown below is a cup of Stumptown cold-brew at the tap.