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Which Texas brand is the most iconic? This March Madness, Texas Monthly is asking readers to cast their votes.A pink doughnut with sprinkles, please, and a bag of doughnut holes for a sweet treat later. That’s been my order at Shipley Do-Nuts since the days of riding in the backseat of my mom’s car.I grew up in McAllen, a predominantly Hispanic community known for its cuisine, especially its wide range of tacos, from the Korean–Mexican ones at Nuri’s to the globally inspired ones at La Cocinita. Despite the abundance of unique restaurants, it’s the 24-hour doughnut shop with red and yellow lights on its sign that reminds me most of home. When I moved to Austin for college in 2020, I was surprised—and a bit…
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