Sunday, April 25, 2010
At 6:00 am on Saturday morning,the lightning and pouring rain woke the dog and I. My honey was still in Colorado and expected to fly in later that night and my plans to hit a few spring yard sales was dashed so sis and I reworked the day. Sis had heard about this family owned donut shop called Dutch Monkey Donuts located in Cumming, Georgia. From there we would head out to the Magnolia Antique Mall nearby. With google maps in hand, we drove through the pouring rain and in to the parking lot for Dutch Monkey. We could smell the fresh roasted coffee in the parking lot and entered the packed shop.
Adorable little logo.
The front counter was filled with freshly made donuts.
More delectable offerings. All made with fresh ingredients like cream, butter, flour and sugar. No preservatives here.
That bucket of butter is the foundation for any quality baked good.
Donuts rising before being tossed into the hot fat.
One of the dutch monkey staff preparing the dough.
Wall menu changes daily. These are some of Saturday's offerings.
Really neat retro rattan ice bucket from the 1970s, 5 pretty decorator copper clad and mirror balls, and a sweet little pewter child's cup.