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    Bakery's in Ames? (Doughnuts)

    Hey fanatics, I'm hungry this morning and looking for a local bakery that makes doughnuts?



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    Re: Bakery's in Ames? (Doughnuts)

    Bakeries*. The bakery is not showing ownership of anything.

    And no.



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    Re: Bakery's in Ames? (Doughnuts)

    Is the Dutch Oven (terrible name for a bakery but great food) still open? Haven't been in Ames in about 5 years. They had some AWESOME mocha filled doughnuts.



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    Re: Bakery's in Ames? (Doughnuts)

    Is there a decent donut place in Ames? Donutland closed a while back (and even they weren't awesome).



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    Re: Bakery's in Ames? (Doughnuts)

    Dutch Oven, Casey's, Hy-Vee



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    Re: Bakery's in Ames? (Doughnuts)

    What is wrong with Hy-vee, fareway, or Casey's. These might not be mom and pop but they are all owned by people in Iowa.



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    Re: Bakery's in Ames? (Doughnuts)

    Quote Originally Posted by BrianTweed View Post
    Hey fanatics, I'm hungry this morning and looking for a local bakery that makes doughnuts?
    Anyone old enough to remember Spudnuts?

    I think they closed around 1975 - they were located close to the Hy Vee off of Lincolnway.



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    Re: Bakery's in Ames? (Doughnuts)

    Quote Originally Posted by cyrocksmypants View Post
    Is the Dutch Oven (terrible name for a bakery but great food) still open? Haven't been in Ames in about 5 years. They had some AWESOME mocha filled doughnuts.
    We love Dutch Oven! (I get a chuckle out of the name.)

    We live in WDM now, but stop into Dutch Oven when we are in Ames.



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    Re: Bakery's in Ames? (Doughnuts)

    Quote Originally Posted by SwirlingFloater View Post
    We love Dutch Oven! (I get a chuckle out of the name.)

    We live in WDM now, but stop into Dutch Oven when we are in Ames.


    I DUZ NOT LIKE YER DUCH OVENS



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    Re: Bakery's in Ames? (Doughnuts)

    Quote Originally Posted by CloneHead View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by BrianTweed View Post
    Hey fanatics, I'm hungry this morning and looking for a local bakery that makes doughnuts?
    Anyone old enough to remember Spudnuts? I think they closed around 1975 - they were located close to the Hy Vee off of Lincolnway.
    when I was there in the early 80s, there was a place east of the Jack that served potato flour doughnuts. I don't remember the name of the place, bit they were darn good.



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    Re: Bakery's in Ames? (Doughnuts)

    Jarsma Bakery in Oskaloosa.



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    Re: Bakery's in Ames? (Doughnuts)

    DUTCH OVEN. FUNNY NAME. SERIOUS DONUT.



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    Re: Bakery's in Ames? (Doughnuts)

    Dutch Dutch Dutch Dutch Dutch. Every time I have a free period in school it is dutch time. So cheap and so good.



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    Re: Bakery's in Ames? (Doughnuts)

    Quote Originally Posted by CloneHead View Post
    Anyone old enough to remember Spudnuts?

    I think they closed around 1975 - they were located close to the Hy Vee off of Lincolnway.
    They were open way later than that. I remember that place as a kid.


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    Re: Bakery's in Ames? (Doughnuts)

    Dutch Oven



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