As a child my mother would frequent the thrift bakery shop. This place was a carb lovers dream come true. They had mini donuts, fried pies, and every bread on the planet. I drive by a "Mrs. Baird's" thrift bread store on my way to and from work each day. This store closes at 6pm and usually I either have something to get to or I work too late and the store is closed. The other day I had a chance to stop in and look around. These stores should have a diabetic alarm on them. I picked up as you can see in the picture above 2 packages of eight cinnamon rolls, a pound of powder donut gems, and a pound of chocolate donut gems all for four dollars and fifty cents. That is like the deal of the century. They sell fried pies for seventy five cents. I used to love fried pies. Maybe these are some of the reasons I became diabetic? They don't have any loaves of bread over two dollars and fifty cents. Most bread at the grocery store runs three bucks or more. I am going to have to add this store to my regular stops.