Its namesake may recall an historic American Revolution general, but the doughnuts at Schuyler in Watervliet are anything but old. In fact, the sweet treats are baked fresh daily and every doughnut is hand-cut (no machines here!). Open for 56 years, Schuyler Bakery uses many of the recipes that co-owners Jay and Bill Halayko's parents used when they first started the business. The glazed doughnuts are the most popular, Jay says, and it's easy to tell why. Covered in sticky, sugary goodness on the top and bottom, the glazed doughnuts are not too sweet, and perfectly moist with a puffy inside. The establishment also sells Boston cream, powdered black raspberry jelly (the jelly comes from a vendor in Poughkeepsie that sells exclusively to Schuyler's), apple cider, lemon-filled and old-fashioned doughnuts, which were a bit plain for my taste but a bakery regular suggested taking one home and rolling it in sugar. Iced jelly-filled sticks with sprinkles, cinnamon rings and cinnamon jelly sticks also speckle the doughnut trays. And each one costs just 40 cents or $4.50 for a dozen. At that price, the local competition just couldn't keep up.