Food of the Eighties, Dutch Mill Donuts
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These were very good donuts that came in a blue box with a picture of a windmill on them. Much better than Entenmann's, Hostess, or other boxed donuts. Haven't seen them since the early '90s. Loved the Glazed and Chocolate Glazed the most.
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mjb42758 - July 18, 2007 - Report this comment
I used to love these donuts, esp. the plain ones. They were all-natural, unlike Entenmann's (whose ingredients require a PhD in chemsitry to understand). The only drawback was that they went stale quickly, so you had to eat them within a couple of days. Or maybe that was the advantage... :-)
Eileen - February 27, 2008 - Report this comment
I have been trying to find these donuts, they are a favorite of my entire family! I can't seem to find any information on the company, not sure if they went out of business.
Susan - April 08, 2008 - Report this comment
I think they went out of business around the end of the century. Bought out by Hostess, and then discontinued. I agree that they were wonderful cake donuts, I've never found any others that even approached them in deliciousness.
John Campbell - February 10, 2009 - Report this comment
Ed McDermott was one of the managers at Dutch Mill. He invented the "doughnut balls" with spinkles. He gave our school group a personal tour during a field trip. We then piged out on donut balls. AWESOME!! As far as the actual donuts are concerned, Dutch Mill made Entenmann's tast like dirt! And mjb42758 is correct! Their plain ones were top notch. And, "yes," you had to eat them fast since they used little to no artificial ingredients. To paraphrase Paul Simon: "Where have you gone Dutch Mill, our nation turns it's hungry hearts to you!" -Johnny C.
William Faucher - February 10, 2009 - Report this comment
Right on, Johnny C., In Houston we had Christy's, Krispy and Shipley's (say that three times fast)donuts along with Simply Splendid and they were essentially low grade horse feed compared to good 'ol Dutch Mill! I used to down 'em with a cold glass of Pantry Pride organe soda. -Bill Faucher (USTA Director)
jlm8319 - March 08, 2009 - Report this comment
OMG! Ed McDermott allowed me to take my class on a field trip to Dutch Mill! I no longer teach, but that was great. All the kids got doughnuts after the mini tour and we ate the on the way home. I was wondering why I haven't seem them around any more. Too bad, they were the best doughnuts and cakes. We miss you Dutch Mill and thanks again Mr. McDermott. jlm
Gary Shaffer - March 31, 2009 - Report this comment
They were sublime. Yes, the chocolate covered were great, and they made a whole wheat donut that was delicious - made you feel like you were eating a health food, so you could have an extra one.
Elena Olivares - April 03, 2009 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill Donuts was purchased in the early 90's by Tasty. They were my absolute favorite!
Adam Covington - April 13, 2009 - Report this comment
"Sublime" is 100% correct! And I think they were everyones favorite. As a kid back in the '80s I had it especially good. My Aunt worked at Dutch Mill and she would get to bring a box home once in a while! She always shared them with my sister and me. Great memories. It's funny the things you remember. This terrific woman has since passed on, but I'll never forget those good times. By the way, she did mention Ed McDermott often and called him the best mamager she'd ever known. Great people and great donuts! That was Dutch Mill.
PvR1960 - April 20, 2009 - Report this comment
Didn't know there was a "Dutch Mill Donut" fan club. But I'm not surprised at the intelligence of the folks on this page! Coffee and donut people are true conversationalists! Great page everyone! From what I came accross Dutch Mill was indeed sold to Tasty Cake; or someone of that nature. Don't know why. I beieve they grossed over $7 million their last year of operation and had an excellent management team. Not just Mr. McDermott, but the entire staff. Great management AND a hard work force! The owner was also a friendly sort, too. My dad was on the Chamber of Commerce and told me how nice a fellow he was, albeit a tad excentric. But here's my question ... WHY DID THEY SELL THIS COMPANY?! Indeed the best prepacked donut of all time! Susan's comment from April 8th 2008 is right on the money: "I've never found any others that even approach them in deliciousness." Where HAVE you gone Dutch Mill Donuts?! By the way, who is this clown from one of the previous entries that liked Pantry Pride orange soda?! That stuff was rat (fill in the blank). But I do remember Pantry Pride. I think they went the way of Two Guys (The department store). Anyone remember them? There was one in Wayne, New Jersey near the old Ice World Hockey Rink. They had that "Skeet ball game" or what every they called it. Like the ones "down the shore." Darn, am I getting old. But GREAT page everyone!!! Big Paulie
Andrew87450 - April 27, 2009 - Report this comment
WOW! Great site, indeed! mjb42758 from July 18th 2007 is right on the money, The Plain Dutch Mill Donuts were the absoulute best! Why remake the wheel when this donut beat everything else out there!? So sorry to see that this great bakery is no longer around. Very sad indeed. Just like Eileen from February 27, 2008, I've been looking for them, as well with obviously no success. They are/were the favorite of my family too, Eileen. As 'ol Bill Clinton would say, "I feel your pain." And what's this deal with Two Guys department store?! Haven't heard of them for a while either. I checked Wiki and didn't know there were actually over 100 Two Guys Department stores at one time. And does anyone know that Ice World in Totawa New Jersey is where Lou Duva got his start in promoting fights? AND PANRY PRIDE?! Haven't heard of them since circa 1975! GREAT SIGE EVERYONE!!! You really brought back some great memories! Consider me a regualar of this site from this point on. Andrew H.
karen "Sabo" - May 06, 2009 - Report this comment
i don't get it. are you guys like a chat room? i just wanted to find out what happened to my favorite donut.
Andrew87450 - May 11, 2009 - Report this comment
Don't ask me, Karen. I am just as new as you on this site. But I'm a Dutch Mill Donut fan and miss them very much. I guess we're all a little odd, but cool when it comes to this page. In fact, I even remember that "skeet-ball" game that "PmR Guy" talks about!
karen "Sabo" - May 13, 2009 - Report this comment
i get it. And the game is called skee-ball. there are over 70,000 of them on the jersey shore. p.s. miss you dutch mill (mydm)
Andrew87450 - May 14, 2009 - Report this comment
Thank you, Karen. And a "mydm" to you.
karen "Sabo" - May 15, 2009 - Report this comment
you're welcome, andrew. and right back at you with the (mydm)
PvR1960 - May 18, 2009 - Report this comment
Jeez you two, get a room. Or better yet just get married. You can tie the knot at the old Dutch Mill Donut Factory and have their old manager, Ed McDermott, perform the cerimony.
karen "Sabo" - May 21, 2009 - Report this comment
interesting! but before such a commitment two people should first meet. you know where "Bourbon BBQ" is on Goofle, andrew? just for kicks you want to meet me there saturday at noon? (mydm)
Andrew87450 - May 22, 2009 - Report this comment
I'm there
Doughboy1917 - June 05, 2009 - Report this comment
Today ... June 5th is "National Doughnut Day. No joke. It's always the first Friday of June. The day honors the Salvation Army "Lassies" from Would War I. Theses brave ladies went to the front lines where they served doughnuts to our fighting boys. They cooked these treats using the metal helmets as pots. How cool is that? This day brings back some great memories of Dutch Mill Donuts. They were absolutely the best store doughnuts ever! I wish they were still here so I could celebrate this day with a big 'ol box.
Archambeault Eagle - July 04, 2009 - Report this comment
4th of July and it's our annual baby back rib, clam bake and "keger" and guess what? My wife called me to the phone where my brother Mark informed me he couldn't find our favorite Dutch Mill Donuts anywhere. Guess he should have tried Pantry Pride. Brother Mark was in Oregon for the last ten years and it was always his job to bring these edible wonders to our fest. Upon viewing this sight I see they are no more. What a shame! Next thing they'll no longer have The Twilight Zone marathon on during The 4th of July weedend. Times, they are ah changing ... and not for the better. And I agree with that mjb42758 guy when it comes to the plains. They were my favorite, too. And all you other Dutch Mill nuts out there ... great comments! Looks as if we've even got some skee-ball fans and love birds on this sight. What's with Karen "Sabo" and Andrew87450? I will be back but first there's a keg of beer that needs drinking! I've got to drowned my sorrows ...
Nick - August 05, 2009 - Report this comment
I was just day dreaming about Dutch Mill Whole Wheat Donuts and wanted to find out where I could get some since I was planing a trip to the Jersey Shore. How sorry I am to find they no longer make them...Nothing else even comes close....The apple cider ones in Lancaster County are way to greasy, Dutch Mill's were light and still full of flavor....does anyone know if any other good companies in PA or NJ for great cake donuts (not the airy nothing kind)? Thanks!
carolyn - August 17, 2009 - Report this comment
I tried to track these down a few years ago and found out that the company was bought out by tastycake. I called tastycake and they said they have no plans to make the dutch mill donuts, sigh.....
Doughboy1917 - August 19, 2009 - Report this comment
Welcome to the site, Nick! There is a great doughnut place down the Jersey Shore. It's a little place north of Seaside Hieghts (about 15 minutes north) and they make them fresh. I forgot the name, but will be down there the last week of August and will find out. Carolyn has a great idea, too. We should all write, call or contact Tastycake by any means possible and let them know just how many people miss the old Dutchmill style cake doughnuts! How the heck is it nobody, and I mean NOBODY, comes close anymore?! Anyone else out there have any places for Nick that might come close to our old favorites?
One Adam 12 (Like my new handle?) - August 22, 2009 - Report this comment
Hey everyone! "Subline!" Just got back from the Jersey Shore and think I've got not "the," but "an" answer for (Nick from August 05, 2009!) I believe "Doughboy" is talking about the donut place on 35N in Lavallette. DARN, I forgot their name, but it's easy to find as it's in the heart of Lavallette. My sister called them "The Big Donut Logo Guys." I don't know if they beat "Dutch Mill," but they make theirs fresh. Get there early as they do run out. Ahh, who am I kidding ... no one beat Dutch Mill, but these guys (Darn I forgot their name) are VERY good! Also try Obco's Donuts Shop accross the bridge in Toms River. Had them once. Very good, but get there early, too. Peace out, One Adam 12
PvR1960 - August 23, 2009 - Report this comment
"Donuts Plus" is the name of this fine donut shop in Lavallette. At least that was their name for the last 25 years according to the owner. Before that, or at some time during the '70s, they were called Hank's Donuts. And Carolyn from August 17, 2009 had a great idea. Calling "Tastyfake" and asking them to make real donuts in the tradition of Dutch Mill is a terrific concept!
CapMayCap - August 26, 2009 - Report this comment
What about Cape May? Try {Donut Connection} on 10 Court House South Dennis. And Carolyn is on point! To bring back the best store bought donuts of all time call Taskycake! And where are those "love birds" from May of 2009? Darn great web page everyone!
Michael M. - August 31, 2009 - Report this comment
BRING BACK DUTCH MILL!!!
W.K. Sebastian - September 16, 2009 - Report this comment
The truly sad part is these remarkable treats represented more than just a box of doughnuts. Dutch Mill was one of the little things that made life just a little more worth living.
Jay M. Adams - September 24, 2009 - Report this comment
I've been thinking about and looking for these donuts for years. Back in the 80's I worked part time at Waldbaum's to put myself through college. I think I basically survived on these donuts! They were the best. It's pretty sad how the best items are the first to go when company's put profits ahead of quality. Every time I walk into an A&P or Waldbaums(hardly any left anymore) I take a look around for them. But alas - the previous contributors were correct; Tastykake purchased the company. I found a footnote in one of Tastykake's annual reports which indicated that the company discontinued the product in 2001. http://www.tastykake.com/RelatedFiles/2002AnnualReport.pdf. I think they made a huge error with this quality product. Who know's - some day maybe we'll see thier return!
e tyson - September 25, 2009 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill donuts.. I would go miles just to find the whole wheat and the chocolate. Please bring these out-of-this world donuts back.
Poe - September 29, 2009 - Report this comment
I DON'T BELIEVE THIS!! I was on that field trip to the Dutch Mill company! In regards to the (jlm8319) E-mail on this page dated March 08, 2009, may I give your name? I was one of your students! (I don't want to expose anyone's name without concent) but I WAS A STUDENT. I even remember the nice manager named Ed McDermott! AND I CAN'T BELIEVE THEY TOOK OUR DONUTS OFF THE MARKET! What a bitter shame. They were the number one item in our house after that field trip. What a great memory and what a fantastic donut!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
K - October 06, 2009 - Report this comment
how can we get them to begin making these donuts again?!
Tommy P. - November 01, 2009 - Report this comment
This is the single most cool/bizare/surreal experience I've had since 1983. Dutchmill is no more, and I just found that out, but that's OK. I still thought these donuts were around and checked "the web." Last night was "trick-or-treat" and I was motavated to check up on Dutchmill becasue when I was a kid I got AN ENTIRE BOX of cinnamon donuts from a 425 pound dude by my house in Wayne because he swore off sweets. It was AWESOME!!! Unfortunately he got hit by a bus and killed once he got down to 218 pounds. Boy do I miss those donuts.
Winona Chaske - November 22, 2009 - Report this comment
It was that day in Dallas. November 22nd 1963 when our beloved President Kennedy was gunned down by a deranged individual. I was just a child, but my mother cried that day. Forty six years ago today. Yes, that's right. I believe it was one man! But what was "won" by the "one" that took Dutch Mill from our plates in the name of no "one."
Vince77 - November 24, 2009 - Report this comment
So did JFK like Dutch Mill Donuts? If so, I bet he went for the double chocolate. Heard he had quite the sweet tooth; liked the ladies, too. Oh God, I wish I had a time machine so I could get me just one box of the mixed Dutch Mill Donuts. But I'd do other stuff, as well.
Entenmann no more - December 01, 2009 - Report this comment
mjb42758 from July 18th 2007 is correct. It won't hurt to have a PhD in chemistry to read, let along understand, the stuff that goes into Entenmann donuts. "Thiamin Monotrate (B1), Riboflavin (B2), Pyrophoshate, Sodium Aluminum Phosphate and my favorite ... Xanthan Gum." I'm not making that up! Xanthan Gum is an actual ingrediant! I know. I worked at Entenmann's when they were in New Jersey. I believe they've since moved to Harsham, PA. Oh what a tangled web we weave. Please someone, somewhere, somehow, bring back the best dontus ever made. Bring back Dutch Mill! And Winona from November 22 is right. It was one guy that whacked JFK. But then again, what's that got to do with donuts?!
big john d - December 03, 2009 - Report this comment
these were the best. i can't believe they don't make them anymore.
Dj - December 08, 2009 - Report this comment
Word
B&M - December 15, 2009 - Report this comment
Here's the deal. Four yolks, sugar, whole milk, heavey cream, whisky and nutmeg in a giant glass of joy. Then light the fireplace. And then a box of Dutch Mill doughnuts. THAT'S WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Merry Christmas. The past will never die. And we know you're reading this. Peace out and keep hope alive.
Doughboy1917 - December 17, 2009 - Report this comment
I'm back after a break since August 19th. I believe "B&M" is describing the Christmas beverage known as "Eggnod." George Washington was a big fan of this drink and devised his own recipe consisting of rye whiskey, rum and sherry. Today folks use almost every sort of alcoholic beverage including Baileys Irish Cream, brandy and bourbon. But since the 1960's its common to serve this drink cold, and without alcohol. But any style would go great with a box of Dutch Mill Doughnuts!! How many realize this drink was most likely invented in East Anglia, England somewhere between late antiquity (235-284 A.D.)and the early Middle Ages/Dark Ages which, of course were around 500 A.D. During WWII, the East Anglia section of England was where the RAF and American Air Corps launched heavey bomber raids into Nazi occupied Europe. And trust me ... those brave boys enjoyed doughnuts as much as their WWI counterparts. They would have loved Dutch Mill!
Green Mountain Boyz Classof95;s#12 - December 29, 2009 - Report this comment
A friend, who we call "Townie", from Hanover, New Hapshire would "make" the best eggnog in the history of mankind. But then he finally told me it was from the store and was actually the brand Ronnybrook Farms! It was the New Year's before graduation from Dartmouth when he finally confessed. Load it up with Maker's Mark bourbon whisky and you've got the BEST New Year's drink and one that would certainly rival your drunkin granny's. His roomate from Oakland, New Jersey (not Oakland, CA) is the one that turned him on to that little trick. NJ-OakFace, as we still call him, also turned us on to Dutch Mill donuts. Back in the summer of '95 we went down to this little NJ town where they had the best Texas Hot Dogs in the world. If ever in Oakland, or the area, go to Falls View Hot Dogs!! It's a small hot dog chain that's out of this world! But back to the dontus. I heard a small group wants to buy the old recipe along with the trademark and begin making them again! Sounds great since they were indeed some of the best store bought donuts ever made. If they eat them in New Hapshire and Vermont, that's telling you something. Soryy, NJ-OakFace, but we've got better taste! This New Year's we'll be "making" our famous eggnog once again. My sister's friends, who just graduated Dartmouth , will be attending and they'll think we made it ourselves. Thick, frothy and explodes in your mouth, girls. It's not cheap and at $8 per bottle, it will cost ya, but it's worth every sip, ladies, and is truly good to the last drop.
1973isme - January 12, 2010 - Report this comment
can't believe there are so many fellow DUTCH MILL DONUT nuts! great web page! in fact, i've never seen one with better comments! is it true they're bringing back DUTCH MILL?
867-5309/Jenny - January 25, 2010 - Report this comment
Been going through this entire web site since I love the '80s and always love (HEART SYMBOL) talking to other children of one of the most eniuqe decades of the last century. For me these donuts were an important part. I'd aways treat myself to a Dutch Mill morsal once a week and only after a hard Jane Fonda workout. OK, maybe twice a week, but don't tell Jane! ha ha I still work out, but not longer to Ted Turner's ex-wife and my hair no longer looks like Farah's (Whose look-a-like contest I won in 1986 at the age of 16) but I miss those great dontus. Please bring them back. P.S. You guys every get together around Northern New Jersey? I'm also looking defend my Farah look-a-like contest tital! And I still fit perfectly into her red bathing suit from the famous poster.
Francine - January 26, 2010 - Report this comment
Let's all call TastyKake and get our donuts back on the market!!!! I LOVED Dutch Mill Glazed Donuts
Francine - January 26, 2010 - Report this comment
1-800-33-TASTY or 1-800-338-2789, Monday-Friday 8am to 12am EST, and Saturday 8am to 5pm EST.
Sussex County Chris - January 29, 2010 - Report this comment
Let's hear it for Francine!!! I just called Tasty and a woman answered with what I percieved to be a little bit of an attitdue. But after I articulated myself and informed her that almost everyone I knew LOVED Dutch Mill Donuts and I, for one, would buy them buy the case, she actually seemed pretty cool and said she'd pass on my message. Thanks for the phone number, Francine! Let's everyone call and bring these dontus back. And, yes, Francine, the Glazed Dontus were great! Then again, I never ate a bad Dutch Mill Donut. Now let's hit those phone line people!!! And come visit Suxxex County, NJ. It's winter and the slopes are rockin!
Armando Cum Laude - February 01, 2010 - Report this comment
I, too, consulted the fine folks of Tasty and was met with a contrived sense of disbelief on their end when I asked if the original Dutch Mill donut recipe(s) was of any interest to contemporary consumers. I've also consulted a past employee in management with Dutch Mill and was informed that Tasty was very concerned, at the time of the takeover, that the old recipes would be allowed to continue. Tasty did not want competition; particularly from a superior product. And alas, the rumor of Dutch Mill's incarnation has some relevance. This was voiced to me off the record. Could it be that quality store donuts may once again become part of our culture? This coming Saturday, February 6th, I will meet with an inside source and this individual will have an update for us.
M*A*S*H Fan - February 04, 2010 - Report this comment
I'm telling everyone I knew as a youth to get in on these Dutch Mill doughut chats! I know at least five family members including my brother in New Orleans that enjoyed Dutch Mill products and wish they came back. If we all do this, then we'll have a culinary army! Francine got the ball rolling. Now it's up to all of us to recruit as many Dutch Mill Doughnut Head as possible. By the way, does anyone remember their pound cakes?! They were good, too.
Get Smart with All in the Family - February 05, 2010 - Report this comment
Hey Bro, for those of you tuning in, my brother called me and i must respond to his "handle." If he's gonna be MASH, I'm gonna be Get Smart and "Archy Bunker." We always argued about sit comes and these are my two. All's good down in the Big Easy, bro. Peace out.
M*A*S*H Fan - February 05, 2010 - Report this comment
Dar Brother, WHAT ABOUT YOU VIEW ON DUTCH MILL?!
Get Smart with All in the Family - February 05, 2010 - Report this comment
Oh yeah ... Dutch Mill rules, bring back Dutch Mill, save the whales and all that crap
M*A*S*H Fan - February 05, 2010 - Report this comment
That's better. Now stay off this page before you bore everyone with your top 5 sitcoms and all your dumb-ass honorable mentions.
Get Smart with All in the Family - February 05, 2010 - Report this comment
Top 5 Sitcoms of All time: The Honeymooners, The Odd Couple, All in The Family, MASH and Seinfeld. Honorable mentions are: Get Smart, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Taxi, Cheers and if you're feeling young and silly Gilligan's Island. That's sort of a joke, but that's the point. Gilligan's Island had some very funny and toung and cheek comeos and that show always left you with a smile on your face. AND THE BEST DONUT JOINT in New Orleans is Cafe du Monde on decatur Street. Try them out. And the best super market donut of all time? Dutch Mill without a flipping doubt!!!!
Armando Cum Laude - February 06, 2010 - Report this comment
Informatin has been attained from the acquaintance of one of Dutch Mill's old managers. This gentleman was a manager in the foods industry since the '60s and worked at numerous companies including Thomas' Enlish Muffins. In any case, the acquintance of this chap, a lady who wished to stay off the record, stated that there were, and still are, various contingents that would like to A) Attain the recipes for various Dutch Mill products and B) Produce and distribute these products in their original packaging. But here's the proverbial fly in the ointment. Tastykake has a major issue with this model. Not that it would be direct competition, in the overall sense, since Tastykake's products are mass production, low end products and Dutch Mill is/was a specialty, quality oriented, high end product. Despite Tastykake's inferior attributes, they dominate the consumer driven market for customers uniterested in superior ingredients and enhanced baking techniques. Therefore, one would assume there's no direct conflict of interest. HOWEVER, Tastykake's concern is that a small perecntage of their customer base, even 5 to 10 percent, would abandone their low end products once they discovered the supremacy of the Dutch Mill product. Bottom line ... Tastykake is looking out for the bottom line.
StanMan64 - February 09, 2010 - Report this comment
It's unfortunate that some chose to cast dispersions against Tastykake when the issue at hand is Dutch Mill donuts. I entered this webpage and was astonished at how many faithful, articulate and eloquent people chose to remember these fine donuts; and do so in such an academic manner. Let's not cast dispersions against a company whose only crime is the inability to remake products commensurate to the quality echelon set by Dutch Mill. What baking facility now a days possibly could?! You don't walk into a Hyundai dealer and ask for a Rolls Royce. Tastykake is a fine company as was Dutch Mill. Live and let live people.
Hogan - February 10, 2010 - Report this comment
"Can't we all just get along?!" Dutch Mill was the best. Now stop the bickering. I hope Dutch Mill is really coming back? The person from 1/26/10 had the best idea. Everyone call Tasty and tell them they'll make a fortune making quality donuts and the people will for once be able to sleep at night knowing the world is a better place. 1-800-33-TASTY or 1-800-338-2789
Hogan - February 11, 2010 - Report this comment
Just called and the P.R. Rep said people have been calling as of late asking that they bring back the Dutch Mill line of products! Let's do it people! Keep calling Tastykake at: 1-800-338-2789
Al D. - February 22, 2010 - Report this comment
Bring these babies back!
Mr. & Mrs. '80s Gold - February 26, 2010 - Report this comment
Greetings from the 2010 Olympics in Vacouver! My husband and I are here with our daughter whose best friend is supporting the Cross Country Ski Team from Norway. When you're dating one of their skiers, I guess you have to support the entire team. My husband and I were the biggest Dutch Mill Donut fans on the planet and wish they came back on the market. We also began dating in 1980 and our first "date" took place during the replay of the boys from the U.S.A. beating those dirty commies during that historic game. We already knew the result, but it was like we were there and it was live! But these Olympics are fun in their own way and when in Vancouver B.C., you have to hit "Honey Doughnuts & Goodies" in North Vancouver!! Try their "Rolly Polly Doughnuts!" *NOTICE THEY DON't KNOW HOW TO SPELL "Donut!" ha ha ha ha Their address is: 4373 Gallant Avenue in North Vancouver. What a great place and what a great Olympics! U.S.A.! U.S.A.! U.S.A.!
Sarg.usmc - March 01, 2010 - Report this comment
I'd rather have a Dutch Mill donut in my mouth than an Olympic Medal around my neck
DonnaH - March 04, 2010 - Report this comment
So when's the big day for Dutch Mill to make its come back? Will they be incorportated? If so, I'd invest 10 Grand in this corporation. Why not? Build a better donut and the world will beat a path to your bakery! Besides, with "compition" such as Tastydake, how can they not succeed?! Dutch Mill was the hands down the best. No doubt.
New York State just over the Jersey Border - March 06, 2010 - Report this comment
Anyone remember Rodney Dangerfield from the movie Caddy Shack when he said, "Hey kid, tell the chef this food tastes like low-grade dog food!" That pretty much is the story regarding our friends at Tastykake. But actually that's wrong. No dog on earch should have to eat the crap those dumb asses pump out. Dutch Mill will rock the market when they come back, yo! Everyone I know lived off them in college and would empty the shelves of everything Dutch Mill! Now git-er-done you donuts heads!!
wuweiwarrior - March 08, 2010 - Report this comment
I remember being able to get these donuts in the supermarket up until 2001 here in NYC. Man they were GOOD! My favorite was the powdered Cinnamon though. I'd travel far and wide to track a box down if I was in the mood. Which was OFTEN. :-) I figured they were bought out or something. Cause they just suddenly disappeared. Too bad. What was great about them, is they were so fresh, their expiration date was like bread. Good for a week or so. Not like Enteman's cakes which have a REALLY long shelf life or Twinkies that would survive a nuclear holocaust. lol. Oh well. What can ya do? All good things must come to an end. :-(
Merrily - March 09, 2010 - Report this comment
I dream about Dutch Mill Donuts, especially the cinnamon powder and cinnamon suger ones.
deb-on-the-web - March 10, 2010 - Report this comment
my sister emailed me about a Dutch Mill website. she said she gained this knowledge from her husband who used to live off them; and yet the man ran marathons! i didn't believe her, but boy was she on point. wuweiwarrior and Merrily have it right about the powdered cinnamon. Dutch Mill's cinnamon, like all their products, were to die for. i thought it was only my small clique that still talked about Dutch Mill but now i see my friends and i are hardly alone. AWESOME!!!
M.I.T. class of Clasas of '90 - March 14, 2010 - Report this comment
So who is the Dartmouth clown listed 25 spots above? "Green Mountain Girl" is it. Well M.I.T. men are the real Dutch Mill consumers; or at least we were before the idiots took them off the market. But as an educated man, Let's celibrate "Pi Day" which is, of course, March 14th. For those of you at Dartmouth, the equation Pi begins: 3.14 ... Get it? ... March 14th. And that's also Einstein's birthday! And you know old Albert would never be cuaght dead at that dump in N.H. But since a donut is a circle, let's all reminisce about these great dontus. And we should bring them back unless, of course, a Dartmouth man gets involved. Then the plan is dead.
The warrior - March 15, 2010 - Report this comment
If their is a day to celibrate Pies why talk about it on the dontus chat? but I would love to eat Dutch mill again. My hole family would have them. But cherry and apple pie is good to.
Ivy Gendarmerie - March 17, 2010 - Report this comment
This last guy sounds like a Harvard man. That said, I could use a Dutch Mill donut more than ever. Perhaps one with green sprinkles today. Happy St. Patrick's Day one and all!
Dartmouth class of '94 - March 19, 2010 - Report this comment
It’s stirring to see the maturity level at M.I.T. is still commensurate to that of a school bus full of kindergarteners on nitrous oxide. I’d retort on behalf of my Dartmouth colleagues, but direct interaction with a communicationally deficient adolescent such as "M.I.T. '90" would is not becoming of anyone with an I.Q. higher than that of a warn bucket of piss. Besides, out of every Ivy League institution, of which M.I.T. is not a member, Dartmouth led the league in consumption of Dutch Mill donuts. But what I want to know is WHO is the individual (Jenny 867-5309) who won the Farah Fawcett look alike contest and can still fit in her bathing suit?! You still out there? If so, how ‘bout a donut and coffee on me. You pick the time and place. Of course it won’t be Dutch Mill, but we can reminisce about those great donuts, Charlie’s Angels and life before MTV.
Rubber Duckie - March 22, 2010 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill had a square box with eight donuts in all; comprised of four matching pairs. In other words, there were 2 cinnamon, 2 plain, 2 this and two that ... Anyone remember those or was it a sweet dream of mine? That product represented the best of all worlds. My first roommate in Vernon, New Jersey told me about this chat page and it's everything they said, and more! I, in turn, am gonna tell everyone about "inthe80s!" And I, too, think "Farah" girl rocks! Especially if she liked Dutch Mill!
!@#$% - March 23, 2010 - Report this comment
These guys were everywhere for a relitively small company. I remember Dutchmill being in little stores throughout Northern New Jersey and "Bodega's" in New York City. For my caucasian brothers & sisters, a "Bodega" is essentially a ghetto 7-11. I drove a truck for Coca-Cola througout college back in the mid '80s and always bought a box of these dontus as my favoirte snack. As far as sit-coms go, why you guys not mention "I love Lucy" and everyone's favorite Cuban Ricky Ricardo??!! What's up with that, yo?
PS3MaSteR - March 23, 2010 - Report this comment
Ricky Ricardo was the BomB! Him and Lucy are great to watch with a little smoke and Dutch Mill dontus. My moms turned me on to Lucky Show when I was a kid and me and my girl love them. Where can you get these Dutcm mill donuts? I didn't have them since like 5th grade.
Frank McCourt - March 24, 2010 - Report this comment
My dear Mr. "PS3MaSteR" Read the above comments and you will note that Dutch Mill has fallen victum to ... well ... "Fate." Unfortunate since they were a veritable institution in donut circles, of which I am a charter member. If someone is wise enough to bring them back and it's a corporate like structure, I'd drop a few bucks into a winning venture such as this.
PS3 Master - March 25, 2010 - Report this comment
So dutch Mil comin back or not??
Frank McCourt - March 25, 2010 - Report this comment
Read the damn posts that people have been leaving for the last three years! IT's ALL THERE!
Don't Stop Believin' - March 26, 2010 - Report this comment
Good stuff, people!~~Do you guys have an official meeting place for Dutch Mill fanatics?~~How 'bout Bourbon BBQ on Goffle Road?~~Talking about situation commiedies, and sillyness, how 'bout Mr. Ed?~~And not the Ed McDermott that worked at Dutch Mill.~~What was the other manager's name?~~My cousin had a neighbor that worked there as a manager and his name wasn't Ed.~~And he was an older guy.~~You know another great sitcom you guys didn't mention?~~"The Bob Newhart Show."~~But I agree that the aforementioned ones above are great.~~But "I love Lucy" is more of a chick show.~~Not that there's anything wrong with that.~~Didn't Dutch Mill have the BEST pound cakes, too?!~~The older manager told me and my cousin that the owner, who was a real eccentric character, had this VERY expensive liquid he added to the pound cakes!~~It wcame from a very tiny container, but made the pound cake, in his view, better.~~That's the kind of time and effort and good old American know-how the Dutch Mill gang put into their glorious products.~~I have no doubt these guys will make it back!!~~I'll meet at "Bourbon BBQ" and hang with you good people.~~Are you out there Farah?~~But seriously ~~ you guys ROCK!! WHAT A GREAT, GREAT, GREAT Web Page.~~~
867-5309/Jenny - March 27, 2010 - Report this comment
You guys GOT to be kidding!!! That was 1986!! But some days I wish I were 16 again! I did ask and Bourbon BBQ sounds good to me. I'm bringing my guy friend from the gym. Never know now-a-days. He said the best thing to eat there is The Full Rack of St. Louis Ribs! The address is 529 Goffle Road, I think? Around there. I'll be there Sunday for lunch and maybe next Saturday for all true Dutch Mill donut fans. I say we wear BABY BLUE like their donut boxes were. Let's get this club going! AND LET'S BRING BACK DUTCH MILL DONNUTS!!!!!!!!!!
Candace C. - March 28, 2010 - Report this comment
My sister turned me on to this page last week and I stand by her idea. I'm telling all my former roomates, current friends and every family member in the book to get Dutch Mill back on their feet. In the mean time a great idea is to call Tastykake and ask them if they know how "to build a better donut." Like that Francine person said ... call the Tastykake people and ask them to bring back the ledgend that is Dutch Mill! Their mumber is: 1 (800) 338-2789 Now lets melt those phone lines!!!
CollegiateKids - March 29, 2010 - Report this comment
Just spread the word to EVERYONE in my e-mail index; that's over 65 people and told them about this page! I know for a fact that we all loved Dutch Mill as kids! And I just called: 1-800-338-2789
Brfon - March 29, 2010 - Report this comment
Just called them, CK. WHAT JERKS!!! Tastcake is not only a crap product, but mean people! I've never missed Dutchmill more!
TFactor - March 30, 2010 - Report this comment
Didn't know it was Tastykake that done away with Dutch Mill. Learn something new every day. Hope Dutch Mill makes it back. They were the best.
John7576 - March 30, 2010 - Report this comment
Any old managers/employees have the recipes? We've got to bring Dutch Mill back!!
Saint Luke Luv Dutch Mill! - March 31, 2010 - Report this comment
Back in the 1980’s I was on a Church counsel with 8 other parishioners. It was a tough time for our congregation and the meetings often got heated. But there was one older lady who never said much. It was she that always brought snacks, beverages and good advice to our group. She didn’t speak much, but when she did it was always salient advice. We all miss her very much and I still pray for her. The donuts she brought were always Dutch Mill. It was only latter that I found out that she didn’t have much money and saved up to bring plenty of these delicious donuts to our counsel meetings. Sometimes I wish I could thank her just once more for everything she did for us.
Sad April Fool - April 01, 2010 - Report this comment
I know April Fools is supposed to be a day filled with humor, but with Tastykake in business and Dutch Mill in the bone yard, this is one sad day. I just found out about inthe80s.com from my cousin in New Mexico and at least we can console one another.
sam 1970 - April 01, 2010 - Report this comment
I hate to admit it, but the Lady above who left the "St. Luke" messgae almost brought a tear to my eye. That's what made Dutch Mill so special. Nobody would ever reminisce about Tastykake.
DoItO - April 02, 2010 - Report this comment
One thing to do. Start making these babies again!
sweetjerseybrown - April 04, 2010 - Report this comment
when i was a kid my uncle from ocean county started giving me a box of dutch mill treats every easter. i came to this web page not knowing what to expect, but apparently there are people that love dutch mill stuff as much as me. this is great. please start making them again
WPLJ - April 04, 2010 - Report this comment
What I miss from the 1980's ... You guys remember WPLJ the radio station? They rocked and so does Dutch Mill. How we do miss those times!
Keenan^8^ - April 06, 2010 - Report this comment
As gatekeeper to our reunion class email list I sent out over 120 emails to my entire class. We were lucky enough to have an administration that let our cafeteria dole out Dutch Mill donuts and those sparkly donut holes! What is it they said ... "A Galaxy of Sprinkles" or something like that. Well get ready for the class of '86 to get on line!
1986Rules!!! - April 06, 2010 - Report this comment
Got your e-mail, K, and see you beat me to the punch. Yes I remember the dontus holes! I think it was a nickle a piece or three for 25 cents. How sad they're not around anymore
Boy George closetfan - April 06, 2010 - Report this comment
I thought "Keennan" was on the pipe, yo! Did you guys read this entire page?! This is crazy great!!! Can't believe this is for real. I thought we were the only ones that lived for Dutch Mill! I actually have a list of over 2,200 e-mails from our "cold call" file at work. I'm gonna sent out the word. Read the above e-mials. These guys are trying to bring Dutch Mill back!!!
MetzfanDavidWright - April 07, 2010 - Report this comment
Hey everyone, I'm no part of this class of 1986, but I like the way you guys think. At my summer job in late high school and college my entire office eat Dutch Mill. I'm gonna contact all those people and tell them to join the donut love train. That's 25-30 Dutch Mill "Fanz" in the house.
Odin and the Volva - April 08, 2010 - Report this comment
An old friend of mine was an epicedial snob the likes you wouldn’t believe. I once saw her buy a $175 jar of caviar and then complain it wasn’t the best she ever had. At one time she worked at Petrossian Gourmet Foods on West 13th Street in NYC and often severed deserts such as “Moelleux au Chocolate,” “Financier Tea Cakes” and Hors d’ Oeure Breads,” when I’d come over for a little desert of my own. But what shocked me the most, aside from her staggering appetite for my home made Knockwurst, was what she had on her kitchen table one morning. It was a box of Dutch Mill Cinnamon Donuts! I informed her that this was mere “peasant food” compared to her ordinary spread. But she finally admitted that these store bought cake donuts were her absolute favorite and the best thing she’s ever had in her mouth; besides Odin in carnate which, of course, is Moi.
Hera's revenge - April 08, 2010 - Report this comment
I think these prepubescent-double-entendres are becoming just a tad to evident to anyone with even a mild sensation of scrutiny. But then again there is a certain charm to male insecurity, particularly for those who adore Dutch Mill. Now let us focus on bringing these marvels of cookery back, shall we.
DaveK - April 08, 2010 - Report this comment
I think this "Heras" person (whatever that means) is a little to uptight. Take a chill pill, honey and relax. I'll even take ya out for some Dutch Mill when they reopen if you learn to kick back and get with the group. That said some of these people on this page are a little weird. Maybe you have a point. You with the class of '86?
Boycott the censor, Long live free speach! - April 11, 2010 - Report this comment
Boycott Hey Gang, Did you hear that the person running this sight is censoring Dutch Mill fans from expressing themselves. Let’s boycott till he has the guys to let Americans speak freely!!!
Woodstock'69 - April 12, 2010 - Report this comment
Are you sure about these allegations? I thought this was the coolest site on the web! Say it ain't so otherwise we'll have to create another '80s web page. And one for Dutch Mill! Let's all get along you guys like "donut love children."
RamJam - April 15, 2010 - Report this comment
I may be stuck in the 80's but this guy looks stuck in the 60's! Get with it. This site rules and so does Dutch Mill! Or at least they did. I would love it if they came back. They'd have a customer in life in me, my family and all my friends. I'd also take a box to work with me every friday like I did in the glory days of the 80's.
Dunkin' in Cali - April 15, 2010 - Report this comment
Grew up in central Jersey but now live north of L.A. You know there's not one Dunkin' Donuts in this entire state?!
Jon - April 16, 2010 - Report this comment
you all see the "hot tub movie" with joh cusak, is that his nane. it's about the 80s. should have had a box of dutch mill dontus in it. they sure did everything else in it. i love the 80s but i'm glad i'm here with the memories. but one thing they should bring back from the 1980s is dutch mill dontus. maybe obama can give some of that stimulus money toward something that will actually work, like bringing back a real dontut. silly as that sounds, it would make me happy. am i alone on this?
Monkey Love - April 18, 2010 - Report this comment
My wife and I saw Hot Tub Time Machine last night. Great '80s movie! I think I saw some Dutch Mill "powdered" donuts in it. Wink ... wink ... "white powered."
Cat - April 18, 2010 - Report this comment
I was just going through other sites on inthe80s.com and found this one. You guys give the best comments BY FAR!! This is now my site of choice! And let's all do our part to bring these dontus back. Heck, I'd by stock if that's what it takes! Whe I was a kid, everyone's mom who had these on her counter table was an instant hit. Unfortunately now a days, they're all cheap and no taste store dontus. We need Dutch Mill to make a come back!
april high - April 20, 2010 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill was THE BEST
Mr. Dutch miss u - April 21, 2010 - Report this comment
I had a neighbor back in the 70's and 80's who we called, Mr. Dutch and he ate Dutch Mill donuts. He'd always bring them over and we laughed about that, but I miss him very much now. Funny the things you miss. Does anyone have a picture of the old Dutch Mill donuts box? I'll never forget their box with the windmill and light blue and white coloring. Please tell me someone has a picture of their awesome product in its original packaging!!
Elmer - April 21, 2010 - Report this comment
Boooo! I didn't realize till I got an email from an old high school friend that these great dontus were gone:( I think I might have a picture of us as kids with an old box in the backgroud. :) Maybe.
Chocolate Glazed - April 22, 2010 - Report this comment
My father had a shipping company, and one of the products wa sDutch Mill, It was actually my father who introduced DM donuts to the isle of Manhattan, stores like Food Emporium, Gristede's, and many more... When I was younger I would go to the factory every Sunday for the pick up, and the owners would let me eat the donuts fresh off the line!!! I'm sure I was the first person under 5 years old to eat a donut hole!!! Nothing was better than their donute hot off the presses!!! Gone but not forgotten!!!
I don't know who you are "Mr. Chocolate Glazed" from April 22nd, 2010, but THANK YOU!! I lived in Manhattan back in the 1990s and Dutch Mill was my favorite treat! - April 23, 2010 - Report this comment
Chocolate Glazed's father is a great man for bringing Dutch Mill to Manhattan!!!
Side Out Volly Ball - April 23, 2010 - Report this comment
Now only if someone could bring them back PERIOD! Tastykake is a disgrace. We need a baking company that represents what Dutch Mill used to be. Sounds to me like the owners and Managers were wonderful people, but they stink for selling out. Perhaps they didn't realize how many folks loved their noble efforts. If you can hear me, please think about making a come back. YOU WERE THE ABSOLUTE BEST!!!
Mr.RicHB - April 25, 2010 - Report this comment
Can't believe how many of you have such an incredible knowlege of Dutch Mill history! People like "Chocolate Glazed" are what makes this page so great. But it's the Dutch Mill donuts themselves that made history!
Mrs. Coffee - April 26, 2010 - Report this comment
My mom was a health nut during the '70s. Think Jane Fonda without the insane-radical-self righteous-spoiled rich girl-commie politics. Anyway, every morning she'd make a healthy breakfast before my sister, brother and I went off to school, but on Friday's she'd make a big pot of Mr. Coffee and we'd all get to choose our individual Dutch Mill donuts! It was really awesome, because she’d have the “multi box” and even Pound Cake and, later on, Donut Holes that had a “Galaxy” or something on them. I think this tradition went well into the 80s now that I think about it. It was a great tradition and one I do that with my kids now a days! Only, we use Dunkin' Donuts. They're good, as stated by "LA person above," but it would be great if there were quality super market donuts like the old days. Every Friday I think about mom my, my brother's and sisters, and, of course, Dutch Mill!
Q@A in Newton - April 26, 2010 - Report this comment
Did Dutch Mill invent, or were they one of the innovators of the "donut hole." What is it they said on the box, "A Galaxy of Sprinkles?" I know they were on the cutting edge with a lot of their items. Lord knows we could use quality products like theirs again.
Tim lives! - April 26, 2010 - Report this comment
Don't know who invented them, but here in Canada (Where we eat the MOST donuts per capita in the world) we call Donut Holes "Timbits." Tim Hortan, as every Canadian knows, was a hockey play who did 24 years in the NHL; mostly with the Maple Leafs. His chain, Tim Hortons, is the largest restaurant chain in Canada. Tim lost his life in a car accident in 1974.
Guy Lafleur - April 27, 2010 - Report this comment
I heard Tim bought the farm because he was trying to run over the CEO of Tastykake.
Mystery Man Comeback!!! - April 27, 2010 - Report this comment
Mystery Man Comeback!!! But first off, you Canadians are crazy great. I've been to Ottawa and Montreal and gotta love folks that live on Molson, donuts and Ice Hockey! Keep up the awesome, albeit crazy comments! But the real news is I ... or should I say "we" are gonna make one of the greatest announcements in Dutch Mill Donuts history on May 6th 2010! Can't you just die of anticipation?!
Jake the quick fake QB #12 - April 30, 2010 - Report this comment
uuhhh ... don't you just love a mystery. But when are we gonna get a real donut like Dutch Mill back in our super markets? I was think of Dutch Mill the other day after my friend told me about this page. Bring them back, please!
Franklin in Lakeland - May 03, 2010 - Report this comment
I've heard rumors now for 6 months that Dutch Mill is making a comeback! Let's hope the hype is for real. Darn do I miss these incredible treats.
Adam West - May 04, 2010 - Report this comment
To the donut cave, fatman. Yes, Robin they will be back.
BP - May 04, 2010 - Report this comment
Where do you people get this information? I mean really! I wish Dutch Mill came back as much as the next guy, but I'll believe it when I see it. In the mean time we'll just have to live with the fact that this rat poison garbage like Tastykake is what we have to walk past every time we go to the super market. What a travesty.
Mystery gal comeback! - May 05, 2010 - Report this comment
Is everyone ready?! We'll be back on May 6th. Get ready for the most shocking Dutch Mill dontus web update in three years!!! WOW is this gonna rock the house!!!
Husband and Wife MEET ON DUTCH MILL WEB PAGE - May 06, 2010 - Report this comment
I'm Karen "Sabo" and I married Andrew 87450 after we meet on THIS WEB PAGE!!!!!!!! No joke ... look at our first meetings going back one year ago. TOLD YOU THIS WOULD BE THE BIGGEST NEWS EVER TO HIT THIS WEB SITE!!!! AND ... there's more good stuff to come. In fact, we're gonna take a bold new step in helping to bring Dutch Mill BACK!!!! Thank you Charles R. Grosvernor Jr. for bring this great web page to the public and me and my husband. BUT THERE'S MORE TO COME!!!
"Mr. "'Sabo'" - May 06, 2010 - Report this comment
Hey Everybody, Please excuse my wife's exuberance. And her misspelling of Charles R. Grosvenor's name. But I, too, am happy to be back. We laid low for a while to settle into married life and let the initial Dutch Mill internet thing take a rest. But we do have very big news to announce to all of the fine people that love Dutch Mill as much as us. We will be announcing that news in a week, or so. BUT IT IS BIG!!! MYDM
Andrew & Karen - May 06, 2010 - Report this comment
We both had a nice glass of Champaign and toasted to our plan for Dutch Mill; and the fact that we met and subsequently got married after meeting on this site! This is our return everyone! Did you miss us?! Thank you again Charles R. Grosvenor Jr. and to everyone of our Dutch Mill surrogate friends. AND BIG NEWS IN ONE THE WAY!!!! And where is the old crowd from a year ago. There were some really interesting, intelligent and just plan fun people on this sight that haven't been on in a while. Come back you all.
Lotz-a-lov - May 07, 2010 - Report this comment
Congrats guys! Can't believe your good fortune. And can't wait to hear what you'll have to say about Dutch Mill. Definately the BEST web page I've ever been on. Dutch Mill must come back.
loriWain - May 07, 2010 - Report this comment
SO COOL!! Maybe I'll meet a nice guy on this page. Not that I'm looking for husband number 3. LOL Can't wait to hear the Andrew -n- Karen news about Dutch Mill!
Keenan^8^ - May 07, 2010 - Report this comment
Just when I thought this page couldn't get any cooler! Happy wedding you crazy kids! I just know we'll all be eating Dutch Mill again. TOO much majic for that not to happen!
Class of (#$) - May 07, 2010 - Report this comment
Thanks, Keenan! This page is the bomb! Dutch Mill brings back memories.
Metsof69 - May 07, 2010 - Report this comment
OK, great love story, but what's this big plan that's being alluded to? I lived on Dutch Mill and miss them as much, or more, than most and I'm interested in them going back into production. I know they'd make it big. In fact, my big butt will account for enough sales to keep them in dough for 5 years. But lets get out there and get a plan going. What do you say? Don't hold back! Give it to us!
Heisenberg - May 08, 2010 - Report this comment
I received information regarding this page from a friend, who in turn, received it from an additional friend. Talk about "pair production." Get it ... it's a take off from Werner Heisenberg's contribution to elementary particle physics! For those of you who get this, you’re welcome. And speaking of physics and chemistry, let's bring back into production the formula for the best donuts of all time: Dutch Mill.
Zen and the Art of Mortorcyle Maintenance - May 08, 2010 - Report this comment
Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance is a book that reminded me of a college roommate that went insane. He loved donuts and especially Dutch Mill. For some reason I never ate one even when he once offered. I could never figure out why donuts and coffee were the lure to so many great minds. It’s so true. My wife told me about this web page after her friend from school e-mailed her about it. I can’t shake the feeling that my old roommate has friends out there that are speaking through inthe80s.com. Funny since this roommate took his own life in 2001. Well … not really funny, but you get the point. I never had a Dutch Mill donut, but became a fan all the same. I do hope they come back so I can eat a box in honor of an old friend. Rest in Peace my old genius buddy that has made it into the next world.
NO more Roethlisberger - May 09, 2010 - Report this comment
As a mom I wish I could wake up to a box of Dutch Mill glazed by my pillow on this Mother's Day. Grew up in Pittsburg, but went to college in New Jersey and moved back to western Pennsylvania where we take pride in our baked goods! Like my web name? Read the Sports Illustrated story on our former beloved QB and it made me sick. But this web page picked me up. LOVE the Love story regarding Karen and Andrew! All our best folks!! And please let us know what your plan is. If it involves helping Dutch Mill get back into the game, I'M in! My husband, too even thought he never actually had a Dutch Mill product. But he's heard all the stories.
FaithM3874 - May 10, 2010 - Report this comment
THey come back I party hardy! Thank, Dee-bug for the info and see u at the reunion. Still think about the old times.
Blackhawk11 - May 10, 2010 - Report this comment
Keep hearing about "this secret plan." Well bring it on. When? Where? How? If you really have a ways and means, then do it! Dutch Mill was far too special a product to joke around with. Keep the jokes and BS to BS products like Tastykake and not Dutch Mill. If you have a plan then TELL US!
GaryMM - May 10, 2010 - Report this comment
Must say I sort of agree with "Blackhawk" on this one. Tell us, please. Then again, I'm a sucker for a good love story. Keep on rockin' Karen & Andrew. But if you have a stratagy then make it public. I miss Dutch Mill too much for jokes.
High School Musical 34 - May 10, 2010 - Report this comment
Can't believe it's been this long, gang. Yes, I love Dutch Mil, but I miss my old classmates, too. When are we getting together? Darn were they good dontus, but I liked the pound cakes!
PalmPalm - May 11, 2010 - Report this comment
Great to see everyone's getting on the stick. Bring back these donuts and we're all happy!
Mellon - May 12, 2010 - Report this comment
we have faith in you guys, Karen & Andrew. All of you are fantastic for doing what you can. Let's bring back these great donuts. We can do it if we set our minds to it. I have so many great memories eating these great things with wonderful friends. What a great group. Keep it up everyone.
USC - May 12, 2010 - Report this comment
I agree! Get on board with the "donut couple" and everyone that wants to get these donuts back on the shelves of every store! Why do people hate and not want to work on a solution? I loved the glazed and plain. I also remember the pound cake. I think there were different kinds of pound cake, too. But all their stuff was good and one of a kind. I have hope they will come back. Bring back the whole team and lets see America's best donuts become what they used to be. I just know we'll be eating these Dutch Mill products again. Call it a premonition.
Blackhawk11 - May 12, 2010 - Report this comment
OK ... Andrew and Karen are a Godsend. Just one little problem ... WHAT'S THE PLAN???
Sabo on Champaign - May 14, 2010 - Report this comment
Hey Gang, it’s “Sabo & Andy.” Actually it’s just me tonight. Andrew is a bit upset about some of the negative comments. But for those of you that had nice comments, Thank you! It’s so nice that’s this page is anonymous for those who wish to keep their identities private. We do have a plan and it will be revealed on Sunday, May 16th. But first off, we don’t want you, the Dutch Mill audience to think we’re under the thought that this page revolves around us. We simply want to fight for what is our right: free speech and great donuts. You see these great donuts and other products are more than just bakery goods to Andy and me. We met and subsequently got married because of these treats. I will give one or two hints, however. Our plan entails a monetary pledge. Or, call it an investment into the Dutch Mill corporation. You’ll see the amount on Sunday on May 16th. It will be nice, too. One of us is a higher up at Pfizer and the other has a small law firm with a secretary. You’d be surprised at how much money there is in divorce. Well, that’s me! Does this sound nuts. I shouldn’t drink and type, but this is anonymous and I’m bit high right now. But please tune in on Sunday for our big plan. And please come back on board all you old timers! WE LOVE YOU ALL!!! “Sabo” on lots of Champaign alright. This is a gas. Like the song. "Jumping Jack flash is a gas, gas and you know." I'm gonna regreat this the next day. Or maybe not. You have to live for the moment sometimes people! God is love!
Man ray - May 15, 2010 - Report this comment
The only thing I really believe on sabo's disertation is when she say that she's really high. But as a dutch mill fan i'll believe anything to eat my favorit donuts again. Some one help us.
Every Cowboy needs a ... - May 15, 2010 - Report this comment
You people are nuts! But I love ya. And Dutch Mill was the best. But the question is ... will they rock again?!
Oregon Reborn - May 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Gee, I thought they'd be back on the store shelves by now. But thanks for trying guys. I guess I just miss Dutch Mill so much I'm willing to believe the rumors. But you never know. Is it true there were Dutch Mill pound cakes? Never had them and never heard of them. How long were they around? I moved to Portland in 1994; somewhere around the time Dutch Mill bit the dust. Those donuts, Jersey pizza and the shore are the only things I really miss about the Garden State.
Andrew & Karen - May 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Are you ready??!! And by the way, sorry about my Champaign riddled tirade the other day. Andrew sort of yelled at me and read me the old riot act. AND, he DOES NOT work at Pfizer. He wants to make that clear! Now on to the biz at hand. Since the good Lord has been good to us monetarily speaking we have what some would call disposable income. We are also not immune to the fact that we met because of this web page. And last and NOT LEAST, we are in love with Dutch Mill donuts only second to the love we have for one another. What we would be willing to do, happily, is invest $100,000 in Dutch Mill if they were to open again!!! This money would be invested by us, as stock holders. And you know what ... this isn't even a bad idea from a business point of view! How could this business fail? All we'd need is the old recipes and a few of the old managers and this business is a WINNER!! I mean, take a look at what's on the market now a days and this product can't fail. Our cards are on the table and we have said our piece. MYDM
Blackhawk11 - May 16, 2010 - Report this comment
OK ... I'm impressed
Dee-bug'sBFFL'86 - May 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Holy Schikies! This ship is whack, yo. Dee-bug you eye that pack/ I'm calling my peeps in Cleveland, yo. Hang tight and keep the peace! GREAT NEWZ
BP - May 17, 2010 - Report this comment
I'm starting to believe! You go guys, I'm with ya.
sam 1970 - May 17, 2010 - Report this comment
I got into this web page from my buddy "Sussex County Chris." He and I are ecstatic about this big move. We even called Tastykake and asked if they heard anything about Dutch Mil making a come back. The woman on the other end got totally pissed off! The old cow even started yelling at me. Damn are they insecure about Dutch Mill. The mere mention of their name caused this one sorry woman to soil herself. She was going off yelling, "I'm tired of people talking about those losers who couldn't even stay in business and were scared to compete with real companies like ours!" What a sad sack of dung! Funny beyond works. YOU GO DUTCH MILL!!!
4Love-in-CT - May 17, 2010 - Report this comment
I just got a call from an old high school friend from NJ. Didn't believe it until I went on this page. Never thought there were as individuals as crazy as me about Dutch Mill. One word: AWESOME!
Tea Party and donuts - May 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Rock on Karen and Andrew! I'm with ya and might even "invest" a little on my own. In fact, these guys go back into production, my purchases alone will pay for the first year's rent. GO TEA PARTY, GO!
Dartmouth class of '94 - May 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Hate to burst everyone’s bubble, but $100,000 isn't that much in today's business world. Not impressed. Especially not overwhelmed by those ignorant as to real capital investment strategies. Maybe, if this were 1921, that amount might make some difference. But not in today’s world of legitimate business dealings. Better luck next time you nickel and diners.
Sal De. - May 19, 2010 - Report this comment
Never grew up without a box of Dutch Mill on the counter. And this was an Italian household where we knew how to cook and bake! Some small local bakeries make good donuts, but nobody did it like Dutch Mill on a large scale level. Can't see how they wouldn't make it in today's market.
Adam Smith - May 19, 2010 - Report this comment
As Adam Smith, the father of modern economics would attest, Dutch Mill has no future with, or without, these two sad sacks and their trifle of a "donation!" People won't pay extra and thus will eat the garbage churned out at rat holes such as Tastykake. What's good for their pocket books is all that matters as we eat first rate industrial waste. Don't waste time dealing in fantasy. Dutch Mill died and the economics of the situation are better off for it. It you crave quality, live a good life and go to heaven. It no longer has a place in the real world of business.
"Hole" lot of love in Newton - May 20, 2010 - Report this comment
Some people go through life looking to solve problems where other just like to do nothing and complain about those looking for answers. Keep up the good work Karen & Andrew and don't let these idiots let you down. We'll all sit down over some gormet coffee and a box or two of Dutch Mill donuts when they are back in production. Let's ignore this fools and keep on keeping on!
Pac "Dan" - May 21, 2010 - Report this comment
Can't believe there's a web site for Dutch Mill donuts!! I was running a Google search for Pac Man and came accross in the 1980s .com This is so cool! Seems like yesterday my buddies and me were eating Dutch Mill and playing Pac Man. Great times!
Gators Rule - May 22, 2010 - Report this comment
My cousin goes to Florida State and Nolan Fontana rules! Down with Dee Bug and Crew and bring those great doughnuts wit u! Sounds like the food is what i miss up in our old hang.
Dee-bug'sBFFL'86 - May 22, 2010 - Report this comment
No, gator, they don't got them anymore. That's what this page is doing. Nolan is GREAT. Do you think he'll go to the Major Leagues. Miss you and Florida. Tell all our old crew from "Knew Jersey" now in Gator Country that they got to patition for Dutch Mill to come back. But Nolan Fontana is a great guy and ball player. My nephew is 8 years old and wants to be Nolan when he grows up. Great baseball player, but better person. Does he have a girlfriend?
WallStreetBeat - May 22, 2010 - Report this comment
Give up on this pipe dream of bringing these forgotten donuts from Dutch Boy Donuts back. They're out of business and not all the losers in the world are gonna bring them back. Sure they were well made and better than Tastykake but it's not about who's the best tasting, it's about who can run the best business that makes the most money. It's all about the Benjamins, yo. Sorry Andy & Karen. You guys are like Dutch Mill ... total frauds. Just give up and play dead like the idiots that sold out because they couldn't take the competition. I don't know who owned Dutch Boy Donuts, but obviously they couldn't make it in the 21st century business world. In short, they couldn't hack it and we're better off for it. Rest in Peace Dutch Boy Donuts. You're losers and always were just like the sell outs that bailed on their loyal customers. Go back to Holland and stop pretending like you once were important.
Guillaume Apolinaiere - May 22, 2010 - Report this comment
To my chagrin it would appear there are discontents that would have us believe this valiant effort to revive the beloved Dutch Mill company is futile. Nothing could be more distant from the truth. These valiant warriors of the bakery are modern day heroes. Please keep up the effort Ms. Karen and Mr. Andrew. I often reminisce about my preferred donuts and am saddened by their premature termination In fact, if there were to be a corporate structure, I would see myself and my fellow Encole Polytechnique grads introduce our funds into this venture. Think positively and you shall become wise beyond your years. It was Henri Matisse who said, “There are always flowers for those who want to see them.”
Akasi - May 23, 2010 - Report this comment
Guillaume bring up an interesting point ... and I certainly like the quote he references. But let us not forget the words of the Zen philosopher Basho when he wrote, "A flute with no holes is not a flute. And a doughnut with no hole is a danish."
Nebraska BB #1 in our hearts - May 24, 2010 - Report this comment
First off, Nebraska baseball rules!! Second, great quote from Caddy Shack. Correct? Chevy Chase said the one about that Basho Zen guy, right? And what's with the negative jerks making idiotic comments. If people are trying to help Dutch Mill get back on their feet, what’s the problem. Shut up and let productive people do their thing. Negative people by nature are unhappy people from my experience. So shut up! I've lived in the Corn Husker state for 11 years now and still miss Dutch Mill. But it would appear that even if I still lived in Ocean County, it wouldn't do any good since they sold out. Shame on them! NEBRASKA BASEBALL #1
Sinzibukwud - May 26, 2010 - Report this comment
How 'bout when Ty tells the Ted Knight character, "Don't sell yourself short, Judge, you're a tremendous slouch." Love Caddy Shack and Dutch Mill donuts. Also enjoy reading what the jerks have to say on this Dutch Mill web page. Sure they're miserable people, but amusing none the less. I also think there are some Tastykake higher ups that might be reading and commenting on this site under different names. A close friend new someone that worked at Tastykake and this web page REALLY got to some of their managers! I guess they have donut envy!
L.O.D. - May 27, 2010 - Report this comment
Weeeelllllll, we're got those that hate Dutch Mill. Let's bring these suckers back. Dutch Mill will dominate! I am sooooo stooooooked!
Blackhawk11 - May 27, 2010 - Report this comment
I was one of the critics when it came to Dutch Mill going back into business, but now I believe. I had a BBQ with my sister and her family last weekend and we actually talked about how much we all loved Dutch Mill products. Half my family lives on the east cost and the other half in Chicago where we also have great baked goods. My East Coast family and friends said they were going to tell everyone they know about this link. AND WHAT ABOUT MY BLACKHAWKS?! This will be our first Stanley Cup since 1961!!! Heck, that was 10 years before I was even born. Do you know how hard it is coming from a hockey crazy family that loves the Hawks? As a kid I lived in Long Island and New Jersey and couldn’t stand the Islanders and Devils fans. The Rangers were at least tolerable. And they, like the Blackhawks, are at least one of the original six. First game against the Flyers is this Saturday at 8:00 p.m. LET's GO HAWKS!!!!!
Juan DeLefuer - May 28, 2010 - Report this comment
French Canada loves hockey and is pulling for The Hawks. We also love our donuts! Glad to see so many fellow Canucks are on point. I know a big baker from Montreal that would like to create a Dutch Mill style donut. After living in Connecticut and visiting New Jersey and New York for years, I really want Dutch Mill to come back. When your mother is Puerto Rican and your father is French Canadian, you have a good sense of style and those guys had it. I'm here for them when they are back in biz.
Jason37489 - May 30, 2010 - Report this comment
Too funny; my old friend from VT told me about this page and it's more nuts than even he said. Rock on Dutch Mill and don't let the bastaards get you down! Once my old man kicks the bucket, I'll put a good amount of bucks into this venture you can bet ya.
Wright Worker Wexler - May 31, 2010 - Report this comment
These guys were indeed the best and any effort to bring these donuts back should be commended. It's also a shame there's not a donuts on the market that comes close to Dutch Mill in quality. I still dream about he Chocolate glazed and the cinnamon were remarkable. If/when they come back; I'll be the first on line at my neighborhood super market!
Mr. Summers - June 01, 2010 - Report this comment
Not from my sourse directly, but I heard there was a meeting at Tastykake about this site and the possible return of Dutch Mill!
David Raymond Fan Club - June 02, 2010 - Report this comment
Flyers WIN in O.T.!!! Philly is great, Dutch Mill is great and Broad Street Bullies are gonna win the Cup! Down with Chicago and no more Windy City idiots on this page!
PhillyDCL-02 - June 04, 2010 - Report this comment
GOt it goin noW! We're up 3 to one in and parting in the second intermission! My sister and husband are in the second row behind the LUC@OIL sign! Dutch Mill after the game!
Clouds&Sundance - June 06, 2010 - Report this comment
My brother and I grew up in North Jersey and lived down the road from a Walgreens. We are twins, but not fraternal; not that it matters. A cinnamon box of Dutch Mill Donuts was the first thing we bought together, along and with our own money. Our parents didn't mind, however, because we saved them one donut each! It wasn't easy. What great donuts!
Shumullio87 - June 09, 2010 - Report this comment
I don't think they can do it when it comes to re-maiking Dutch Mill. Too much cost and less pride in the work place in today's business world. I'd like to see Dutch Mill back in buiness, mind you, but who puts that much pride into donuts today.
DutchMillionaire - June 09, 2010 - Report this comment
Wow. I've never seen a bunch of people so into refined starch before. You would think "Dutch Mill Donuts" was code for Racquel Welch's snatch or something.
1961 For Real, yo! - June 10, 2010 - Report this comment
Funny you shoud say! Racquel, after all, was born in Chi-town and was one Hot-Momma in 1961 which was the last time "Da Hawkkkkkkks won the Stanley Cup! Sure she had/still has a hot bod, but she'd LOVE Dutch Mill!!!
Blackhawk11 - June 10, 2010 - Report this comment
Don't know what "snatch" or Racquel has to do with Dutch Mill, or the Cup, but THIS IS THE FIRST TIME WEEEE WON THE CUP!!! Long live "da hawks" and bring back Dutch Mill! P.S. ... Philly fans have a lot to be proud of
Blackhawk11 - June 10, 2010 - Report this comment
Since 1961 THAT IS; gOD BLESS IT won't be that long till we tast Dutch Mill!
Warden Norton - June 12, 2010 - Report this comment
This is so weird, the reference to Raquel Welch by the above entries. By the way guys ... her name is spelled "Raquel," but no matter. The other day my roommate and friends were talking about the movie The Shawshank Redemption and one of the posters in the protagonist’s cell. Andy's last poster, when he escaped, was of Raquel Welch from the 1966 movie "One Million Years B.C." WOW was she amazing. The movie was crap, but she was beautiful in the must exotic sense. And "YES" just to show I'm no prude, I'd eat that snatch in a second. Funny thing, too; it happens to be "white peach season" for the next couple of weeks and I just ate 5 peaches. Sorta of like Kramer in Seinfeld when it comes to the white peaches. Anyway, the three sweetest things I can think of right now are A) white peaches, B) Dutch Mill cinnamon and/or glazed donuts and, yes, C) young succulent Raquel from 1966 and her snatch! Notice I use the letter “C” for sweet Raquel. "What say you fuzzy-britches?"
867-5309/Jenny - June 12, 2010 - Report this comment
As a female I find some of these comments a tad offensive, however, if you're going to be rude, do so in an intelligent way. For example, "DutchMillionaire's" comment along with "1961 For Real, Yo" were so-so, but "Warden Norton" appears to be intelligent, highly so, and rude. That workks for girls like me with brains and The Farah look! We all love a little dirty talk. And when are we bringing back Dutch Mill?!
Melissa - June 14, 2010 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill is not the only baker of quality donuts that ceased production since about 1995. I have never been able to find out if it was because of the trend toward healthier living, or to eliminate any competition to the current line of products. I know of one small wholesale baker that still produces similar donuts for supermarkets, delis, and bodegas. Koffee Kup Bakery, Inc. of Burlington, VT still makes a similar line of products than Dutch Mill made. Some are private labeled for grocery chains. They are available in parts of upstate NY, MA, CT, and VT.
Frank McCourt - June 14, 2010 - Report this comment
Thanks for the tip, Melissa! I visit friends up in VT at least twice a year (Woodstock & "The North East Kingdom") and didn't know about Koffee Kup, but will be looking for them. Just when I thoght I knew it all. Perhaps I should pay close attention to see if they are labeled for the particular groery store. In other news, heard more people are getting together to invest in the new Dutch Mill. GO CELTICS, BEAT L.A.!!!
Collegiate Cal12 - June 15, 2010 - Report this comment
Going up to New England for a summer vacation in two and a half weeks and will be sure to check up on Koffee Kup! My family and I miss Dutch Mill so much. But if someone on this page says these guys come close, we'll be sure to check 'em out. THANKS!
Doctor Demento - June 17, 2010 - Report this comment
I hope you guys aren't seriously saying these Koffee Kup things are in the same neighborhood as Dutch Mill!
AlexinCharge - June 18, 2010 - Report this comment
I don't think anyone is saying Koffee Kup is better than Dutch Mill. It's just that small companies are being "run off" by dirt-bags like Tasktykake whose products are "she-it." Not bad, but Dutch Mill was the best! Hopefully they will be again.
Kathy834754 - June 18, 2010 - Report this comment
This is not my name because the info I have is not going to go back to me. My "sister" was "associted" with someone at Tastykake and he was a higher up. Turns out he lied about being married, but that's another story. When she was with him (A Big Mistake On Her Part and one she should take some blame) but THIS GUY wrote negative things, ON THIS PAGE, about Dutch Mill and anyone that wants to see them get back into business!!! Jigs up! And if you do it again WE WILL MENTION YOUR NAME AND TELL EVERYONE AT THE COMPANY AND YOUR WIFE WHAT YOU DID!!! Your move now!
M*A*S*H Fan - June 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Holy Cow! My brother and I got together after not seeing each other in person for almost 13 months and came on this site to check and see if Dutch Mill was up and running again and get hit with this "Kathy" comment. HOLY *#&%! I wouldn't want to be this poor slob at Tasty!!!
Body&minds - June 19, 2010 - Report this comment
I believe there are snakes out there that work for the compitition. My brother has a painting business and someone wrote that they were incompotent painters on Angie's List and then we found out it was the compitition!! Bye bye to his car! BOOM! List the guys name at Tastykake, we'll find him.
John7576 - June 19, 2010 - Report this comment
Everyone's got to take a chill pill and relax! OK, so there are jerks out there and Tastykake sucks beyound works and Dutch Mill was the best, but let's no go down to their level! This was a class donuts, let's act with class and not go nuts, people!
1919 - June 19, 2010 - Report this comment
I agree. Have some class! I, for one, would invest in Dutch Mill if they came back in a corporate form, but some of you are in need of help. As for Tastykake, forget them. They are, and always be garbage. But that's their prolem. Ignore them and concentrate on the Dutch Mill rebirth!
Tony Soprano - June 20, 2010 - Report this comment
Now I've seen it all! Are we gonna hit someone over donuts?! Ah, what the hey, anything to bring Dutch Mill back!
the brothers kaz - June 20, 2010 - Report this comment
My brother and I would always get our dad a box of dutch mill mixed donuts for father's day. This was for about six or seven years until we got older and then still got them once in a while as a joke. Great donuts. Wish they were still here.
SONY Reunion from 1978-98 - June 20, 2010 - Report this comment
A bunch of old co-workers and I worked at SONY in NYC from the late 70s to the late 90s and would essentially make Fridays Dutch Donut Day! Of course those quality donut days ended somewhere around 1995. Miss them.
Tony - June 20, 2010 - Report this comment
The best donut company of all time. Love to see them back.
GreenP:) - June 20, 2010 - Report this comment
YES($#&T-7=thebase+ow They ARE the DonUts 2 Beat
Frank McCourt - June 21, 2010 - Report this comment
Wanted to thank members of this pate for some sage advice. Just got back from Vermont with the family and enjoyed the Koffee Kup dontus. Thanks, Milissa! Just when I thought New England couldn't get any nicer. That said, Dutch Mill is/was stil the best.
WorldCupSA2010 - June 21, 2010 - Report this comment
Let's go Uruguay and Germany. I've got family in both countries, don't ask why!!! Three exclamation points should be a hint; especially the Third “Riech” one! I guess after 1945, some folks had to "get out of town." What's up with this web page, anyway?! People here are either tremendously intelligent or absolutely nuts! I mean, some of you are on something and it's not donuts powder. Really ... get a handle on yourselves. Let's bring Dutch Mill back, but not at the cost of our collective sanity!
DB on It - June 22, 2010 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill was too good for this plain of existance.
North Jerseyboyz from "Tiger Land" - June 22, 2010 - Report this comment
Grew up in north Jersey after moving to The Garden State from Detroit. Dutch Mill was one of the first things that made a positive impression on me. Gotta remember my sister and I were only kids, so a little thing like donuts makes all the difference; especially a great one like Dutch Mill. Let's Go Greece in the World Cup! As Greeks, of course we have dinners in NJ and Detroit. Actually, if anyone can get the old Dutch Mill donut recipes, I can try to make them in my dinners!! I have the equipment, just not the recipes! How ‘bout it everyone?!
Pablo E. - June 22, 2010 - Report this comment
Columbia is my team, but I don't know what to do. I had Dutch Mill and didn't know they went away. America is a great contry and I loved my time there. I also know Canada where donuts are big. I would help Dutch Mill.
Pop'ems - June 24, 2010 - Report this comment
Worked at Entenmann's for quite some time and knew the Dutch Mill gang by reprutation. Great bunch of folks over there and they made one heck of a donut. Too bad they're gona. Have to admit they made the best super market donuts ever.
Gladiator - June 24, 2010 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill shall rise from the ashes and destroy its adversaries that have betrayed the donut world. And we shall have our vengeance in this life, or the next. I am Gladiator.
RontilliW - June 26, 2010 - Report this comment
Sp tell me how Michael Jackson left us? He wsa too thin, eat some Dutch Mill, Michael.
Dr. Frued in? - June 26, 2010 - Report this comment
Just me, or do some people just tuning in need serious psychiatric help. It's a Dutch Mill fan page people! Put down the hallucinogenic substances and tell the world you miss Dutch Mill and leave it at that! Leave the insanity for you doctor. How the heck are we gonna get together and bring this company back if half our fans are mentally deranged? Is it just me, or am I missing something. Sure I need a Dutch Mil donut, but a stiff drink, too.
Red, White & Green - June 27, 2010 - Report this comment
Mexico will beat Argentina to go on and beat Germany! Mexican American's unite. We like Dutch Mill to! My sister lived in New Jersey since 1985 and I lived here since 2000. She told me these donuts were best and all her friends from shcool want them back.
John"Donut"Dough - June 28, 2010 - Report this comment
Is this a Dutch Mill page, or International sporting events page. Then again, glad to see we have a flair for world politics, or at the very least, world sproting events. That said, let's go USA. Opps, they're out of the World Cup, are they not. Oh yeah ... Looking forward to anyone, or anything, that can bring back Dutch Mill. And if it takes a corporation, I, for one, would be glad to invest. I know this company can make it in todays market. I really feel the consumer of today is willing to pay a little more for quality. I know I will.
EKK - June 28, 2010 - Report this comment
Not to sound like a pesimist, but I don't know how smart today's consumers are. Hopefully they/we could pay a little bit more for quality, but with companies like Tasktykake still in business, it makes me wonder. But one never knows, does one. Would I invest ... Yes, but how many of us are there?
meters OK - June 28, 2010 - Report this comment
what happened to those two married people that wanted to bring Dutch Mill back? Are they for real? I think there are many like us who dig quality.
Bump Me! - June 28, 2010 - Report this comment
I'm making "Bring Back Dutch Mill" bumper stickers. For those curious for one, or more, let me know on this page! For real, yo. God Bless the U.S.A.
Clerks - June 30, 2010 - Report this comment
Worked as a clerk for a little over two years while going to college at Glassboro. Oh excuse me, think it’s Rowan College now and then were achieved Royalty … Rowan University. To me it’s just Glassboro. Boy were there some easy chicks there is the 80s! The girls in state schools in New Jersey knew how to party back then. Stockton had some loose ones and we even went up to Kean College where a couple friends went that I grew up with around Seaside Heights and Toms River. I actually had two good friends that lived in Seaside year round! For those of you who don't know much about Seaside Heights, a year round resident is very rare. But regarding these two friends, one is dead … drugs; and the other is a full time cop! Talk about the Twilight Zone. And the one that’s a cop should have been dead back in 1986. Anyway, the little shop I worked in was in Ocean County and we had Dutch Mill. It's the only product in that damn shop I could eat and the customers who bought Dutch Mill were the only ones I could tolerate. And want to hear something great?! I think my boss, the owner, bought some of his products, including Dutch Mill “Hot!” Trucks used to pull up, the boss man would look around, take out a roll of bills, and run back into the shop with the products as if he just robbed a bank. My best friend from Toms River even told me that Dutch Mill wasn’t supposed to be here. How he knew that I wouldn’t know, but he usually was on point. As far as I knew, these donuts were “found” elsewhere and ended up with us. Good think, too, since these were the hottest products in the store in more ways than one. There was indeed something very special about Dutch Mill and something special about the put out desire to those sweet state college girls in NJ
Jay - July 01, 2010 - Report this comment
did you get your handle, "clerks" from the indie movie about those guys in a new jersey conveniece store? did they show dutch mill donuts in any scenes?
867-5309/Jenny - July 02, 2010 - Report this comment
Let me answer this ---- no, there were not, ufortunely, any Dutch Mill's show in the movie Clerks.
WorldCupSA2010 - July 04, 2010 - Report this comment
Go back to my message from June 21st. Germany and Uruguay are the two teams. Now both are in the FINAL FOUR! What a great tournament and what a great idea to bring Dutch Mill back to our stores. And don't forget, Germany and Uruguay are two countires that know how to enjoy desserts.
Uncle "Flippin'" Sam - July 04, 2010 - Report this comment
Hey "World Cup!" Maybe you could begin your message by saying something about our countries birthday! How 'bout it. Well I love this country and freedom ain't free buddy! God Bless America. And let's bring Dutch Mil back to the good 'ol U,S of A before sending it to South America and Nazi land!
Archambeault Eagle - July 04, 2010 - Report this comment
You want to go back in history?! First off, YES, happy birthday America!! We are indeed luck to live in this wonderful country. That said I'm going to exercise some freedom of speech. Go back to July 4th and see what I wrote about "they'll probably take away our Twilight Zone 4th of July marathon." Well ... they did!!! What B.S. big time! I actually remembered that I left a message on this great page last year and thought I'd come back to state my grievances since there are some smart folks on this site. I see there are also some whack-jobs. But that's freedom, so I don't mind. But I am very concerned in the direction this great nation of our is going. Look at that fool in the white house. Worse yet, no Twilight Zone marathon. And, of course, no Dutch Mill Donuts. Let’s work harder than ever to do something about this. Go “love birds!” Can’t believe those two got married. AWESOME! Gotta love Karen & Andrew. You guys go and I’ll go with it! And if it’s an investment to be made … I’m all in! Got to call my brother Mark about the bad news. Still making baby back ribs and a keg still needs dinking. But not a bottle of Jack will have to come into play. God Help us.
Oregon Mark - July 04, 2010 - Report this comment
This is "Archmbeault's" brother Mark everyone. First off, what's up with the dumb-ass name, bro?! I'm so Shiit-faced! We're sitting around, getting totally f-ed up around the picknik table and laughing at this site on Nancy's laptop. Joey and Kate are here along with all their co-workers at city hall. We've read every entry on this page and are cracking up totally and absolutely! I think Dutch Mill page just gained 7 new fans. Let's bring these back now! And change your gay name, bro! hah hah hahas
Kate - July 04, 2010 - Report this comment
Hey all, Mark just threw up behind the bushes!! We are all rolling. Just thought we'd give you some July 4th cheer. This is what it's all about. Fireworks coming now. Drunks with explosives. This will be fun. We're difinately fans of this Dutch Mill web cam. And I'd think about investing. I've never seen a site that comes close this this one. I've never had a Dutch Mill donut, but I'm told they were the best. I can't wait for them to open.
Homewine87 - July 05, 2010 - Report this comment
I have friends that suggested I start my own winery. I also bake. I loved Dutch Mill as a kid as they were the best store donuts ever made. I'm thinking of making these guys if someone wants to get me a recipe. And if you guys start your own Dutch Mill plant, I'd be happy to volunteer my time to help out since I've been retired since February of 2010.
hiepo93 - July 06, 2010 - Report this comment
New here. Only remember my older brother had them on his home work table. I still know the box. Will do research on this because my brother's girlfriend's brother worked there way back. This dude got to bring them home! I remember he cleaned out his basement and found a box that looked to be 100 years old. Very strange.
hiepo93 - July 06, 2010 - Report this comment
oh yeah. He gave me the box to show my brother and I still have it. Thinking of putting it on Ebay!
eilasor - July 07, 2010 - Report this comment
they used to have them all over the brons/now i have some accurate info winomore aroumd whinw
eilasor - July 07, 2010 - Report this comment
why no more whine no more/open up a dutch mill store/for the donuts you adore
sor - July 08, 2010 - Report this comment
so what im so nuts i go nuts four more donuts
Square Orange - July 08, 2010 - Report this comment
You guys see the movie "The Station Agent"? I lived up there in New Jersey. A little store sold Dutch Mill. That actor from that movie is a good acting little person. I'd like him to be a donut.
Pollock - July 08, 2010 - Report this comment
There should be published works in detail. Refering of course to the complete recipes and cooking techniques for all Dutch Mill products including the pound cakes. This would indeed help bring back the trend. I know how to cook with these tools, but could use help. An actual bakery of that size utilizes all the best equipment and that has much influence over the final product. I’ve already met a few faithful at “The Bourbon Restaurant” and they agree.
Chowhound - July 09, 2010 - Report this comment
Want some interesting insight on Dutch Mill and the best contemporary donuts shops in New York City. Go to Google and put in: "Dutch Mill Donuts Chowhound" There are some good/great donut shops in the city, but nothing like Seattle in my view
dho3TOWN - July 09, 2010 - Report this comment
Don't count them out. my son worked there and he NEVER will stop. Never told him how proud i "m"
SiBob - July 10, 2010 - Report this comment
The movie Clerks was the bomb. I knew this kid in high school that brought Dutch Mill's in to school for the cafeteria. He was cool and so were those donuts. The chick who looks like Farah seems really cool. Not many girls like the movie Clerks. Not going to say if I “knew” some of the actors, but went to school in Middletown Township. That’s where the Quick Stop store was in the movie. That was in Leonardo which is part of Middletown. Jason Mewes is a good guy and over his “little problem.” I’m gonna ask him about Dutch Mill when we hook up next. I heard his mom liked them. Jason is a great guy.
867-5309/Jenny - July 11, 2010 - Report this comment
You (SiBob] sound like you might have met Jason Mewes?! Not a groupie, but love the movie Clerks! You're the same guy as the one that signed in "Clerks," right? Would like to take you out for a donut and coffee.
Whole"n"1 - July 12, 2010 - Report this comment
My fat roommate at Montclair State once ate an entire 8 pack of Dutch Mill and then drank more beer than our other two roommates and I combined. Now that's college, baby! Like this Jenny chickpea. My buddy told me to read this entire page and the back stories are entertaining + Good luck "Farah." If it don't work out with Clerk boy give me a shot. That is, if you really look like Farah from circa 1976 and not 2008. I’ll help you feather back that hair with my own special hair jell.
78 - July 16, 2010 - Report this comment
They (DUTCH MILL) went down like butter; which was probably a main ingredient. Someone said before the Nation is more health conscious now as opposed to the '80s, but many of us still eat "non-health foods." Look at McDonald's.
Ely1 - July 18, 2010 - Report this comment
one word to decribe Dutch Mill: MMMMMMMMMMMM
Clerks - July 20, 2010 - Report this comment
Yeah ... "SiBob" is/was me. You serious?! Donuts & Coffee? Where? When? How do you know I'm not an ex-murderer?! More important, how do I know you really look like Farah (circa 1976)? And, "yes," I have met Jason, but who cares.
backtobeach - July 23, 2010 - Report this comment
they were at all the shops in my part of the vaction shore. won't be the same without them. not many good store donuts anymore. good snacks on the boardwalk, they still have, but back at the bugalo would need some more swimming fuel
Alphonse - July 24, 2010 - Report this comment
I only just turned five, but I remember my great-grandmother from "The Boot" eating nothing but Dutch Mill; the dontus and the pound cake. It was the only desert she would eat that was not home made. These guys were better than great. They made donuts, and the like, that nobody has since came close to duplicating. If they were to get back into operation, I would not even think about ever eating another donuts, pound cake or donut holes.
867-5309/Jenny - July 24, 2010 - Report this comment
If you're an axe murderer, don't much bother me. I've dated worse. And what do you look like? Then again, I can tell my type by the way a man types! Cute, huh? I look like Farah, too much so, with the '80s hair, face and bod. In fact, still fit in "her bathing suit." You know, the one that inspired more meat beating than any other poster in history. As far as where ... read the entire page. There's that one restaurant. You'll find it in this Dutch Mill History page and the average person is too stupid to read everything here, let alone comprehend it. As far as when ... soon as you can. But man up!
Clerks - July 26, 2010 - Report this comment
Truth time. First off, I really want to meet you at (Yes I know the place from reading this page) at whatever time. But just so you know I got out of rehap June 4th of 2009. I won't say it was heroin, but I won't say it wasn't. I'm not an uneducated nut case, just an idiot and actually a fairly intelligent one academically. IQ was measured at 148 and read almost every book ever written on American History. At least at last count 788. Oh yeah, I'm obsessive compulsive, too. That said, I was an F-up when it came to life. You're welcome to back out any time and thanks for the offer. See you next life and no hard feelings, Farah. P.S. Didn't care if you still fit into the circa 1976 bathing suite. And "yes" I was one of the many guys that jacked it to the famous poster. In any case, no hard feelings. Oh yeah, since it's truth time, I actually did care about the bathing suit. Pretty impressive.
Peak'ah'tix - July 26, 2010 - Report this comment
WHOA, Nelly!@#! WhatTF> I jux wanted to see if these according to bro are in the storz and you hit me with "H" a.k.a. boy; as in "not Bittch!!?? Who ruzdis site and tell me i'z dreamin' TOO FUNNY and Whoaaa I need me some dutchMill NOW
Man ray - July 27, 2010 - Report this comment
The "Clerks guy" actually seems fine. Peak ah tix however seems to be hitting the H But all maks sense. People on "the horse" need and crave sugar so what better fix, after the fix than Dutch Mill.
867-5309/Jenny - July 27, 2010 - Report this comment
Oh no, Mister! You're meeting me at (You know where) Damn, you are too honest, then again no such thing. I'm surprised and that's not easy to do. How 'bout this coming (The only day of the week named after Roman Mythology) at "Mezzogimo" time? Got that Mr. 148.
Clerks - July 28, 2010 - Report this comment
You're crazy, you know that? It's on; and I clearly understand the day and time. So could anyone else that did a little research, but then again we're dealing with a sub-average intelligent quotient these days. To tell you the truth, I don't think you and I are all that bright; everyone else is a moron. And when you say, "Mezzogino" I assume PM. This is nuts.
Tastykake (TBC INC) - July 29, 2010 - Report this comment
Tasty Baking Company is bring back Dutch Mill Donuts!!! We are going to test them in all Price Rites, I work for the company and you will see them very soon!
Doughboy1917 - July 30, 2010 - Report this comment
Interesting, since there has been no confirmation of this statement. I'll network more, but let's wait and see.
oil~5 - July 30, 2010 - Report this comment
If Dutch Mill DOES come back it will be the donut news of the century. But if this is a lie, it will soon be found out. Too many people connected to this web page have too many connections. Bottom line, someone will eventully bring back Dutch Mill. It's a winning recipe and and pure money maker.
JacksonTan - July 30, 2010 - Report this comment
I've got feelers out, but will have to see if Dutch Mill is, in fact, back; or at least on the way. What about the "Dating Game" taking place on this sight. Love is in the air, but let's also put Dutch Mill donuts back on the shelves.
Purplez - August 01, 2010 - Report this comment
SO if you like Dutch Mill and are looking for love, this is the web page for you! If these donuts are coming out soon, count me in!!
Denver - August 02, 2010 - Report this comment
i've heard Tasty was gonna release the Dutch Mill magic, but didn't believe it. Still don't, but we'll see.
Quellenfof - August 05, 2010 - Report this comment
It's the most upkept secret to hit the media main line web meister since DOS. The recipee for 7 different Dutch Mill donuts has already been passed on to several names thank to some of the women that worked at the old facility back in 1985. I've tried making them, but need more practice, but I have the recipes. They will come out, but, at first without the Dutch Mill name, but everyone who eats them will know they are Dutch Mill#
Cubs - August 06, 2010 - Report this comment
How did these guys get away? Don't think anyone could make them like they used to.
We so Raven - August 06, 2010 - Report this comment
My girlfriend and me (I'm a girl, but like guys) and Raven [girl0night0buddy] oh. We want a nice Dutxh Millz guy. We're bouth younger, but remember Dutch Mill as girls. we were both 8 when they ended and our moms were best friends and these were the only sweets we could eat. and each other. We're high right now and luv this site
Dartmouth Class of '94 - August 06, 2010 - Report this comment
What the #%*#! Farah girl won't meet me to hook up with a dope addict?! Now we got two whacked out girls on this page that look like they're on substances?! Boy could I use a good Dutch Mill donut right now. Oh yeah, they don't make them anymore! Ain't life grand! One of those weeks. By the way guys, I'm dating the hottest chick in New Hampshire and I know the Dutch Mill formulas! I can make them at will and will do so. And Farah don't get any! Maybe I'll hook up with the two crazy Bi-grills! Looks like everyone's hooking up on this web page. You missed out on the best, girl. Hope you're happy. By the way, I know where you meet. But you see me there with your H-boy, don't come by my table. Come under it, girl. No Dutch Mill for you. ah haha
Cannon Beach - August 08, 2010 - Report this comment
When ever I see a lighthouse out in Oregon I think of Dutch Mill donuts; which is weird since they used a windmill as their logo. You never forget your first and Dutch Mill was my very first favorit junk food. We've got some great donuts shops out here. Anyone want to know my favorit?
Six-Pac-attack - August 09, 2010 - Report this comment
Why would anyone possibly give a flying crap about you favoit stinkin' donuts shop in Bor-egon. Got f%^$ yourslef.
"Dutch":No kidding, that's my nickname! - August 10, 2010 - Report this comment
I see the jerk-off brigade is back in swing. Drink another six pack buddy and stay off our web page! I'd love to hear about a nice donut joint in Oregon. I went there back in 1985 when I was 11 and plan on going back this fall. And what happened to the Clerk guy and Farah?! You guys engaged yet?
"Sabo/Andrew" - August 10, 2010 - Report this comment
Like our new handle?! And you stole my thunder "Dutch." Unfortunately there are some less than scrupulous individuals and some enter this page under false pretence. For example, claiming to be employed by certain companies when they know full when they are not, in fact, employed by these companies. My husband has a way to find out about these folks. But we'll let them be unless we need in info. I also want to know about these new "love birds" and Andrew and I were once referred. And don't worry about Dutch Mill coming back. IT WILL HAPPEN!!! God Bless the pretenders@!
David - August 10, 2010 - Report this comment
It's amazing that these natural donuts, which were far superior to the artificial Entenmann's crap that you find in the stores, never had a huge following. They were bought out by Tasty Kake, who eventually dropped the brand. In this day of organic and all-natural eating, I'm surprised someone has not come out with a donut that doesn't need all of the artificial ingredients that Entenmann's uses in their horrible donuts.
TASTYKAKE TBC INC - August 11, 2010 - Report this comment
We have just tested them and yummy!!! They are going to be on the street starting in September.....Stay Tune
Blackhawlk11 - August 12, 2010 - Report this comment
YEESSSS!!! Can't wait!!! Bet Andrew & "Sabo" girl had something to do with it. Heard they got major bucks! But either way, Tastykake rules for brigging Dutch Mill back. And David is absolutely correct ... Entenmann's is crap on wheels!
Doughboy1917 - August 14, 2010 - Report this comment
I would love the idea of Dutch Mill rising from the ashes like a Phoenix, but, unfortunately, it is the opinion of this doughnut aficionado that it is an unfortunate hoax. If they were coming back, a real "TASKYKAKE TBC INC" person would not have said, "yummy!!!" Not even a Tastykake CEO would talk/write in that manner. The prankster tipped his hand and is, quite honestly, not all that intelligent. Also, he used a different "handle" on both e-mails. One said "Tastykake (TBC INC)" and the last one was printed: "TASTYKAKE TBC INC" Not a very good, or well thought out con, and obviously the work of a person with an adolescent-like mentality. Who said it ... we've got some extremely intelligent folks on this web page and some not so smart individuals. But the most exasperating thing is those who think of themselves as intelligent and are actually of average intelligence. Like Harvey Lawrence Pekar (10/8/1939 - 7/12/2010) said in one of his works: "Average ... average is dumb."
lordnilus - August 16, 2010 - Report this comment
must agree as "yummy!!!" is not how a company person would introduce a new product. more like some fool. besides ... taskydicks don't have the insight to bring back a real donut. corporate dix are not known for quality products, but the bottom line. but i have faith in the poeople like sabo&andrew and folks like doughboy above. i, too would invest with you guys
stream2dream - August 18, 2010 - Report this comment
These were the best by a mile.8 and I've got the tape! Dutch Mill was the best of times. I'm hear for you Ned
Kate&TY - August 20, 2010 - Report this comment
To those who are about to bake-we salute you. Dutch Mill made culinary history for the kind of donuts we could be proud of. Will they come back? Not by those idiots at TastyKake. But wisdom never dies, it just takes breaks. Hopefully a donut break____
Odds-on-Favorite - August 21, 2010 - Report this comment
Can't get me enough of those good time memories. My money's on these ba/d boys gettin' up on those super market shelves. Oh yeah, I hear that tarin ah comin' and whistle is ah blowing and I'm gonna get me some of that old time donut eatin' Oh momma I can taste um now, Johnny, o' Lordie can I'z tast um now
Sab/adw - August 21, 2010 - Report this comment
We confess Mr. Officer. We droped 4 tabls of Lysergic Acid Diethylamide in our wine. Talk about improving a $330 bottle from the late '70s
"Sabo/Andrew" - August 22, 2010 - Report this comment
OOps there goes another prankster bug ... "OMG" as my 11 year old niece would say. Did someone we know say that. Great bumping into you Doughboy at "The Place." Talk about coincidence. Oh what A Nigh, late December back in '63. That was some wine. High society doing in like in the hippie days. We're got in person meets now. Now if we can find the "new" love-birds. Is that what they call them?
Tollifor6243 - August 22, 2010 - Report this comment
Cannon Beach said he/she knew some great dontus shops in Oregon. I'm going to school there next year and would love to know where they are. Someone in my family worked at Dutch Mill long ago and I heard what great donuts they are. Didn't know they had other products like pound cakes. Wish they were still around. I heard there was nothing like them.6243
BillyG - August 24, 2010 - Report this comment
I'm looking for the owner of Dutch Mill Donuts. His name is Jonh Standford If any one knows were his is please let me know.... wgrieco@aol.com
Adam Covington - August 24, 2010 - Report this comment
I haven't been on the Dutch Mill page since April of 2009! Well, I actually came back as One Adam 12, but went back to my real name. Just got back on while fiddling around on the net and HOLY COW, BATMAN!!! Didn't know there were this many Dough-NUTS out there. I have off tomaorrow afternoon and I'm gonna read EVERY entry. That and War and Peace! I'll tell you this, BillyG, I think that WAS the owner. Nice guy my aunt said. So were the managers. In fact, great people all around. My aunt passed on, but I'll check with some other people about wehre the old owner is. He doesn't own you money, does he? ha ha Keep up the great logs everyone. In the mean time, you have a Hole lot of love from this donut nut. Get it ... "Hole" as in Donut Hole?! Ha ha ha
Dave Kingman - August 24, 2010 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill made donuts the way I used to hit them out of Wrigley Field. Cubs rule even though we probably won't win till 2037 in that World Series. Dutch Mill was the absolute best. But you know who makes a decent cake donut. I'm serious here ... Walmart!! For real, check them out. Better donuts than Tastykake at least.
Old School Donut-&Co. - August 24, 2010 - Report this comment
You are you BillyG and why, may we ask, are you looking for this person? Don't think you'll get his secrets. We have them.
T-0*honeydoo - August 25, 2010 - Report this comment
Lighten up, yo. Let BillyG speak his piece and ask a question and don't come off like Tony Soprano. And if someone "Steals" the Dutch Mill secret, MORE POWER TO THEM! I'd love to have that donuts back no matter who makes it. GIVE UP QUALITY BACK!!!
Latin - August 25, 2010 - Report this comment
Well stated. Just make Dutch Mill again anyone! Why can't anyone get it right anymore?
Elmer's Persepctive. - August 26, 2010 - Report this comment
These guys are on the hunt for the Dutch Mill recipe, that's for sure. Who owns it and can Sandford begin making them again. Can't believe nobody can make a product like Dutch Mill anymore. Actually, I can. Folks just don't try the way they used to.
nion - August 26, 2010 - Report this comment
The best donut ever made Dutch Mill is.
MargotMMW - August 27, 2010 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill goes back to 1983 when my dad, sister, cattie would have them on the breakfast table. OT for every meal. Didn't eat them in abundance with the sugar, but as a treat there was nothing better
'80sAllday - August 28, 2010 - Report this comment
To my frieds the 1980s came down to silly hair, hair bands and 8packs of Dutch Mill donuts. I read this entire page last night and couldn't believe the great stuff; and crazy stuff, too!! How crazy are some of you people?! But most of you are not just cool-- but "'80s Cool!" and that ROCKS!!! P.S. The movie Hot Tub Time Machine was very good. It's not easy to do the '80s and they did a good job. John Cusack, if that's how you spell it, came out of the 1980's, so he did it justice. Love you '80s and LOVE Dutch Mill. Oh yeah, they did have Pound Cakes, and they were GREAT!
No WAY! - August 28, 2010 - Report this comment
Just got that movie and are watching it tonight with three friends!!! Heard it was good, but if Dutch Mill fans are talking about it, WE KNOW IT IS!!!!!!!!! Dutch Mill is the best. The Eighties Will NEVER DIE!!!!!!! The guy the started this site IS THE MAN!!!! THANKS, BRO for giving us Eighties LOVERS a place to reminice!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Mr. Pink - August 29, 2010 - Report this comment
I worked at Tastykake not to long ago (or maybe I still do.) The crap they throw together is so half baked (escuse the pun) there's no way they could make a quality donut the likes of which Dutch Mill made. I've seen Dutch Mill's operation back in 1986, 87 & 88 and liked their products. There's no possible way they could ever duplicate that here. Not that I'm still here. Maybe someone, some day, some time will make Dutch Mill donuts but it won't be that "S" hole Tastykake.
1877 - August 30, 2010 - Report this comment
It all comes down to Dutch Mill and the nobodies that claim to know
Kyle*time*2Rhyme - August 31, 2010 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill makes donuts, they taste so good. If I were a baker, I'd wish that I could, make one so delicious, if only I could. That would be heaven, away from dead wood.
THE HULK - September 01, 2010 - Report this comment
EEEERRRRRRR!!! ME LIKE DUTCH MILL!!! UUUURRRRRRRRRR!!!!! ME HATE ALL OTHER PUNNY DONUTS!! EEEEERRR!!!!
Mathew L. - September 01, 2010 - Report this comment
Is it possible we could drug test the people entering this web page? Then again, I think it's a foregone conclusion some of you would fail in flying colors. That said, "Yes" I like Dutch Mill, too, Mr. Hulk. AAAAARR!
Doughboy/"Sabs"&1Adam12 - September 01, 2010 - Report this comment
How's that for a handle?! Yes the three of us met again at "The Place." Good point, new guy "Mathew L." but if we drug tested, we might lose some of our most entertaining members. WHERE ARE YOU "LOVE-BUGS II?" Hope not rehab. Meet us sometime. We might even "talk shop" with U, if you're not a plant. Then again, plants usually can't speak in a semi-intelligent manner. Also have an update on a new potential investor. If only "they" knew how much legitimate interest there is. And we know that you insiders know ‘exactable’ who "THEY" are.``As [Dubbie1\Lotollie said in 2/9/85 "THEY LIVE" the movie with Rowdy Roddy Piper is not what we're talking about. "They" is what they are. ________-----New entry - I hate when she does that. ======NEXT: Oh brother, what did I get myself into. Meet us if you want at this place.
Mathew L. - September 01, 2010 - Report this comment
Alright ... now what are YOU guys on?
Doughboy/sabber&1A-12 - September 01, 2010 - Report this comment
Touche
amy - September 01, 2010 - Report this comment
does anyone remember vegetable sticks from school cafeteria lunches? think of mozzarella sticks and add chopped veggies inside. they were breaded and fried. i've looked in grocery stores and can't find them.
Teddy - September 01, 2010 - Report this comment
Okay, amy, and that has to do with Dutch Mill how? Will Dutch Mill every come back? I don't know. Are they people on this web page under the influence of something poerful, Yes. Am I crazy, too, for talking to myself. No doubt. I think I'll fit in well. NOW GIVE US OUR DUTCH MILL DONUTS BACK!!! Oh yeah, they had great Pound Cake, too. Anyone remember them? I do-
Clap on ... Clap off - September 02, 2010 - Report this comment
Nothing more 80's than "The Clapper." Not getting the clap. Then again, it was the 80's. I heard that the old owner (Talk about Sanford & Son) was already approached and is considering bringing Dutch Mill back into production by a small group of individuals.
CM Punk - September 02, 2010 - Report this comment
Dad tought me two things -- Old Time Profesional Wrestling and top quality donuts. He hates the fact that I like CM Punk and eat the new dirty donuts. I'd love to try the new Dutch Mill that the new guys are putting together. My dad knows the small group that's bring them back. I also like Bab Backlund, Jimmy Superfly Snuka and Sgt. Slaughter.
T-Rex - September 02, 2010 - Report this comment
No beating Dutch Mill, but here's one that's gonna blow your mind, man. There is something better than Dutch Mill donuts!!! Do you wish to know? It's still made by Dutch Mill! Well, what can it be Lady Diana? Do you reall wish to know? It is, I'm happy to say Dutch Mill pound cakes! My brother didn't believe they made them. I said, "what's wrong with you, bro-hein? They're the best, their the best, nothing's gonna stand in your way because you're so very good. And you know what? I like Dutch Mill donuts, too. They rocked and hope they come back into production because they are so very tasty and good. I like them all and will eat them like candy. Donuts are great, but if you ever want a treat, try the pound cakes. Oh yeah, they are no more. However, if they come back, I will most definately try the pound cake.
October Sky(s) - September 03, 2010 - Report this comment
Got into the inside rumor mill by one who worked at our favorite donut manufacturing plant. They have had offers, but who and when is not the issue. They need/want only someone that's going to do it out of love. Dutch Mill was simply the single best store purchased donut of all time. And the above person is right ... they DID MAKE pound cake, and they were delicious!
WhiteSox - September 03, 2010 - Report this comment
Chi-town guys know the difference. When we lived in the east, then went back to chi-town, at least we have great bakeries. But Dutch Mill could still steal my heart.
Oscar - September 04, 2010 - Report this comment
Take all the store donuts in the world and they don't make one box of Dutch Mill. Now where do we go? Think about it, all I read is talk, but no action.
Mary Beth - September 04, 2010 - Report this comment
Too bad they aren't around right now at this second. I'd eat a whole box and I never do that. Remember that Coke commercial in around 1972 when they sang, "I'd like to give the world a coke ..." They should do one like that for Dutch Mill donuts and all their products. I remember the pound cakes, too. They were not cheap! At least for the time, but "Oh" so good in the tummy! Please bring Dutch Mill back!
Green Hype - September 05, 2010 - Report this comment
Nobody ever made a better donut and nobody ever will.
Raid - September 05, 2010 - Report this comment
if they'd come back i'd have to say we would take this market to the roof. nobody i know ever said a negative thing about dutch mill since the quality was so high.
Modona's song: "Holiday" - September 06, 2010 - Report this comment
1980s and not a SINGLE mention of Modona?! Oh, wait.. my sister said there is a music page to this overall websight.. but donuts first. Dutch Mill was Sooo 80s and was a great food for the cuberd. Now on to Modona. This jerk better have a music page .. oh, they do .. Wait .. here's my sister. UR such a geek! .. SHUT UP!
Modona's song: "Holiday" - September 06, 2010 - Report this comment
HOw lAME!! My sister is full of it!! This websight [www.inthe80s.com has a link to "Material Girl" BUT NOT MUSIC link for 80s music! Even my IT'S ME, my sister is right, LAME AS!!! But at least there's dutch millz stuff because they rule. I'm back, How can they not have an 80s music link?
RealRock - September 06, 2010 - Report this comment
They should have a eighties music link, but not for bimbos that act like they're 15 year old vally girls. What about AC/DC and bands that didn't suuck?! But if you girls are hot and like Dutch Mill donuts, that's cool and I'll take you on for a night, or two. For those about to rock, and eat Dutch Mill, we salute you! Zeplin, Hendrix, Pink Floyd rock!!! Modona was a no talent bimbo. But I'd eat Dutch Mill of her wearing nothing if she were lucky.
Tom - September 06, 2010 - Report this comment
One problem, bro. Those are rockers from the 1970's. Great bands, but not the 80's. What year did Dutch Mill first begin? I believe the Reagan years is when they did the most business. Darn, were they good.
JerkH20 - September 07, 2010 - Report this comment
Their were right. That Hot Tub movie about the 1990's was phat, yo. Bring some Dutch Mill in and "Let's get this party started quckly!"
JerkWaterii - September 07, 2010 - Report this comment
It was the 1980's. I'm whack, yo. But Dutch Mill is THE MAN!
Quiet Riot s - September 07, 2010 - Report this comment
COME ON FEEL THE NOISE . Girls ROCK you BOYS . We'll get WILD, WILD, WILD That's 80s rock, baby, but don't diss the 70s. Led Zep RULES. Duch Mill was as much a part of the 1980's as Hair Bands, Easy puss and hair spay on feathered hair. Bring them back. Espcially the easy puss.
Tackz - September 07, 2010 - Report this comment
Finally the voice of reason. You couldn't be more right Mr. Quiet Riot man
The Who - September 07, 2010 - Report this comment
Who is John Sanford?
Magnum Force - September 08, 2010 - Report this comment
You liike Dutch Mill? ... Well ... do ya punk? Well then go ahead ... BAKE MY DAY! Clink in his Dirty Harry movies would eat hot dogs and hamburgers and would have been A Big, BIG Dutch Mill donuts fan. And for anyone considering making them again, all I have to say is: Go ahead, make my day.
Two--no\yiper - September 08, 2010 - Report this comment
That movie was just on, and we watched it. A '70s classic. This Dutch Mill started in 1969, but not all sure. Clint is the man, don't make 'em like that anymore. Nor Dutch Mill.
Deacon3 - September 08, 2010 - Report this comment
My sister dated a dude that worked there back in the day. Last time I saw him, we still dump into each other at local joints, he told me all about the old days. Great place to work because they got to eat Dutch Mill in the snack room and even take a box home now and then. Great managers, too. Ed McDermott was one that came to mind. The owner was a cool, dude, too.
Marv's*in - September 08, 2010 - Report this comment
"YES!" Let's cut the malarky. These were the best donuts ever made. They will eventually come back in some why, shape or form. I only hope when they do come back, they're done right. Now leave me alone. I've got to get back to my job announcing the Knicks and then bighting girl on the back- YES!
EquineMineNJ75 - September 09, 2010 - Report this comment
Horse back riding on the Jersey Shore! Used to do it at a very special place along the shore line of NJ. Anyone with me here? Anyway, my horse BrownBean and I would pack a box of Dutch Mill chocolate, actually double chocolate, and eat them along the strand. She wouldn't eat any other donuts! That old girl had good taste!
Deb - September 09, 2010 - Report this comment
Thinking abut these Dutch Mill products {Pound Cake Included} brings a smile to my face. I had an older brother and two younger sisters and we used to fight over the Dutch Mill donuts and pound cake like there was no tomorrow.
Maple Vermont - September 09, 2010 - Report this comment
I had a college buddy that turned me onto this site. He's listed above as a Green Mountain boy, or something like that. Total head case, but a cool guy. These actually were a terrific donut. But I'll stick to maple pancakes with maple syrup from my home state. Then again I'd also like to pour some syrup over these Dutch Mill basarrds. But only when I'm high as a kite and the good smoke.
teddyn - September 10, 2010 - Report this comment
They should produce a "Home Dutch Mill Kit" they way they do with home made wines and beers. Of course it wouldn't be cheap, or one would have to be careful, but what a great idea. I'd pay a nice amount for something that could bring back the best donut of all time. FRESH MADE, too.
Excal - September 10, 2010 - Report this comment
That's actually a really great idea. Donuts fresh out of the pot are incredible. Dutch Mill fresh would be out of this world.
Fats*Min - September 10, 2010 - Report this comment
Great idea! Do you know how hot a donut frier gets. Do you want to do that around kids? Just wait for them to come out again and don't play games that should be left to the professionals. I love Dutch Mill more than anyone, but I'm not going to hurt myself making them. Does anyone have an update on when Dutch Mill is opening back up?
Blair - September 10, 2010 - Report this comment
It's been one of those days, folks. Can't beat um, eat um. Yes, home fried is a great idea and fools such as the fella above should religate themselves to silence. Dutch Mill RULES!
Up/Down - September 10, 2010 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill was the donut, and YES pound cake for all types, classes and styles! BIRNG THEM BACK!
The BIgy - September 11, 2010 - Report this comment
This web site is the bomb, yo! They even have a page for the time share. We've got to bring back the ding which means the ring and when the phone pings, I'll order the Dutch Mill express.
Tazmania - September 11, 2010 - Report this comment
These guys will be back. I've heard from three different guys that are working on the skinny. Too good a donut to go away. In school, half the people in my class had these as their main junk food. Dutch Mill was everywhere growing up.
Goldman's Slacks - September 12, 2010 - Report this comment
Who's the character putting up flyers in super markets reading: "BRING DUTCH MILL BACK (We want quality donuts) I've seen them in two super markets in Oakland. Good one, I'll give you thank. Since most of you use a "code name," myslef included; fess up! In the one store, management, or someone keeps taking it down, but you keep putting it up. NICE!
frankie - September 12, 2010 - Report this comment
It seems the entire years of 1976 - 1989 Dutch Mill was essentially part of our family's counter top. Can't believe they don't make ALL their products anymore. Simply the best!!
Amber - September 12, 2010 - Report this comment
My sister and i have like 5 friends that used to LOVE with a capitol "L" these donuts. Dutch Mill was the best. We'd all by a box and split them up. Funny thing. We were all thin and ate what we wanted and never gained. Now I just think about donuts and I gain 5 pounds. How’d that happen? Come to think of it, good think they're not around anymore. LOL Plus, people on this webpage are right when they say those Tastykake guys are total crap on a stick. But that's sorta a good thing as well. Can't be tempted by sweets if they can't make them anymore. Also, who ever said that Dutch Mill made pound cakes is absolutely correct. When our friend Debbie finally "took a Twinkie" as we'd call it, we got her a single Twinkie to symbolize her acceptance. But that tasted like ... well, a Twinkie so my sister got her a Dutch Mill pound cake and we couldn't believe it said, "Dutch Mill" on the box. I'm POSSITIVE. Even have a picture of it. They guy thought he was playing her, but when she didn't go back out with her, he went nuts for her. It was a cinnamon pound cake, it think, and we still talk about that. Bet you boys out there can't come up with a better story than that!
N-Light~Chick - September 12, 2010 - Report this comment
What kind of sluut are you and your friends?! Amber sounds like a sluut name. You 'accept one" and celibrate with a long dix like object with white cream. You just showed your whoore color. Go "take a twinkie" up you asss! Whoore!!! Yes, Dutch Mill is great, but don't make ungly comments that make all females look loose!
SA-Timmy - September 12, 2010 - Report this comment
MEEEOOOOWWW and HISSSSSSSSSSS!!! CAT FIGHT, CAT FIGHT!!! Rip it off girls. And stay out of a good chat "N-Ligh-chick!" If this young lady wants to talk about her and her friends "accepting jonny cox" up their tight little twaats, let 'em! Dutch Mill here I come! This is the best donut in the world (and pound cake) and best web page in history.
Kninsy - September 12, 2010 - Report this comment
Grow up children! But at least you're Dutch Mill fans, or so it seems. But keep in mind, adults like Dutch Mill, too. And it will be us that brings them back, so bahave!
-T- - September 12, 2010 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill makes me think of the old days and great donuts. This web page makes me crap up till I vomit. Keep it up people. It takes all kinds and can't think of a better web site! Ya'll are TOO FUNNY!!!!
Loaps - September 12, 2010 - Report this comment
This is a fascinating web page, I'll give ya that. Dutch Mill was a super donut. BRING THEM BACK!
Jan Brady - September 13, 2010 - Report this comment
Marsha, Marsha, Marsha, give me my share of the Dutch Mill pound cake or I'll break your nose with a football!
Jag - September 13, 2010 - Report this comment
You guys are too funny --- NOT! Ha ha ha I can play games just as much. But here's something that's not funny. The fact that Dutch Mill isn't back yet. I've listened to the rumor mill, now it's time for me to start one myself. Only mine is based in FACT. My uncle ran a bakery and used to eat Dutch Mill. Only donut he respected. He told me he'd back me in my own bakery and would offer to BUY THE DUTCH MILL RECIPEE!~ So PEE on all of you. PUT UP OR SHUT UP!
Kurt - September 14, 2010 - Report this comment
Jag is right! Someone do something. And if you do open this joint, with the Dutch Mill formula, Jag, please get on this web page and let everyone know!!! I'll drive up from Ocean County if you're up by the old Dutch Mill plant. Way to go, bro!
Montey - September 14, 2010 - Report this comment
I've got the best idea. Let's all meet somewhere and get in on a corporate deal or something. These donuts have to come back. I've never had a better product and by the looks of this page I can tell many more feel that way. Go to any food market and tell me one thing that comes close to Dutch Mill.
Coach - September 15, 2010 - Report this comment
It only takes one, baby!
A&K - September 15, 2010 - Report this comment
We've come out, and , for the record , let all true Dutch Mill fans know our place: Bourbon BBQ Hickory Steakhouse on 529 Goffle Road in Wyckoff. That's where we've met and continue to meet Dutch Mill fans and discuss issues involving today's donut trends and business doings. Wyckoff is also the center of the donuts world. We are also going to ask the town council to put up some sign of monument to the old place. Dutch Mill will be back
The Gov. - September 16, 2010 - Report this comment
That's actually a great restaurant. Glad to know Dutch Mill folks are there. I'll have to keep an eye out. Just another reason to go to Bourbon BBQ in Wycoff!
diej - September 16, 2010 - Report this comment
so what's it like a meeting to start dutch mill up again. fine, but show me the money and i'll think about it. all's i knows is you can't get a decent donuts at the super market anymore. this is a money machine if they come back, that much it true, but can everyone be relied upon?
Jeff - September 16, 2010 - Report this comment
OK, so too many sweets are not good for you. But a box of Dutch Mill is one exception. I wish they would come back. I'd buy one box a week and that's a fact, Jack!
C-townblues - September 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Didn't think there were so many of you into Dutch Mill. Is it possible they were as good as I thought! I guess I wasn't alone. My brother out in San Francisco told me they had a websight for Dutch Mill and I thought he was pulling my leg. Obvioulsy they do. I also like how you guys give advice on where other great donuts shops are. I'm going out to S.F. next week and my brother and I will chech in and tell you guys about the best places out there. In the mean time, keep the faith my Dutch Mill brother and sisters. They will come back if we will it
Da Bears Fan club of Princeton - September 17, 2010 - Report this comment
Moved to Chicago in 2005 after living in NJ all my life. Miss the Jersey Shore (the actual beach, not those brain-dead-uninteresting-fools on the TV show). Also miss some friends, the pizza and Dutch Mill donuts even thought they went out of business around the mid '90s. Chicago pizza is good stuff, Okay I guess, but not Jersey pizza made by real wops. We've got some nice baked good here in the windy city. Where’s a good place in S.F.? I'm going there in a month on business and plan on staying an extra 4 days to check out some wine joints in Napa and Sonoma.
Rock - September 17, 2010 - Report this comment
They say if you stay long enough at one place, that place becomes a part of you. That's how it is with Dutch Mill. I worked there for quite some time and that place became a part of me. I'd love to bring this back to the people. But I became scared and don't know what to do.
Coleman8376 - September 18, 2010 - Report this comment
If one is a true child of the Eighties, it's hard not to remember Dutch Mill. I've been in business a long time and have seen a lot, but never a business that touched so many people with their fine products courtesy of their wonderful staff. Just goes to show, good old American know how works. Great workers and great management will never go out of style.
Pound Cake Underground - September 18, 2010 - Report this comment
You "Doughnut Hole Heads" keep talking about Dutch Mill doughnuts this ... and Dutch Mill doughnut, but what about their Pound Cakes!!?? The Dutch Mill doughnuts are great, especially compared to what's on the market these days, but I want more info on their Pound Cakes! In a word: TOTALLY-AWESOME-OUT-OF-THIS-WORLD!!!
zzzzzzzzzz - September 18, 2010 - Report this comment
I'm gonna blow some minds collectively and indvidually. Dutch Mill made muffins.w
sweet defeazt - September 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Yeah, they're gone, but what memories. These donuts with hot coco was "the bomb!" Wish they were back, but can live with the memories. Just wish the kids today could experience these Dutch Mill treats that were as good as gold. They were teh best.
Gates - September 19, 2010 - Report this comment
Can't believe you crazey bastarrds!! And I thought I liked Dutch Mill. They turely were the best donuts in our solar system. And didn't they have Galazy Balls, or something like that. They were the donuts holes and the motto on the box was; A Galaxy of Sprinkles!
Indiana - September 19, 2010 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill had a lot of interesting products! Someone said they had muffins?! I do not rememver those, but I believe it. AND, I remember the "Galzy Balls," or whatever the heck they were called. Just a great company. Don't make 'um like that anymore.
Amsterdam - September 19, 2010 - Report this comment
Great donuts! Not cheap, but worth the price. Wish they were back!~
Pine "Baron" - September 20, 2010 - Report this comment
One word: AWESOME! Dutch Mill
Haze of Purple mems - September 20, 2010 - Report this comment
I and my brother-in LAW will pony up a meal at Bourbon BBQ if someone produces a picture of a box of Dutch Mill donuts! In fact, drinks at the local bar to follow. He and I were buddies before he married my sister. In fact, I introduced them, but that's for another day. Anyway, he and my sister would by a box of these and "smoke" some "cigarettes" almost every Friday night for 6 years! We wANT A PiX!!
LemonTWIST75 - September 21, 2010 - Report this comment
I've been to Bourbon BBQ probalby 30 times over the last two and a half years. Moved to Jersey from Reinbeck New York where I ate many Dutch Mill donuts. Don't know if I want to sit next to some of you, but others seem very cool. Peach and Peace.
Otis - September 21, 2010 - Report this comment
could come back, but if you ask me, companies aren't looking for quality. look at tastykake. Shiit sells and why spend money on quality. that's why i agree with the guy that wants to make them at home. home kits just like with beer. i'd buy one in a second and buy one for each of my family folks. except for my brother todd in wilmington, delaware. he's a total coock-suckiing-duetch-bag but maybe i'd put stricnine in his. total jackson off
Hactor Factor - September 22, 2010 - Report this comment
My dad's brother is friend's with Bill O'Rielly, yeah that one, and he said that Bill liked Dutch Mill in Long Island!!
latz - September 23, 2010 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill was big not only in New Jersey, but Mahattan and parts of Long Island. Not surpised the King of 8 p.m. Talk News was a fan of the importal Dutch Mill. I even saw a box on Jery's counter top in the first season of Seinfeld! There wasn't a line about them but they were Dutch Mill
jason98 - September 23, 2010 - Report this comment
They can and will come back!
Covemptor - September 23, 2010 - Report this comment
I chill to my bill as long as I got me some Dutch Mill. But don't spill the well hill for it's not just the fill bill. We all need some Dutch Mill, fore that's what we have to till
Lemtie - September 23, 2010 - Report this comment
Chocolate Rovioli is something of an odd picture, but I'd like to know what takes place at these Dutch Mill meetings at Bourbon BBQ. Should I bring my check book? If so, count me out till there's a solid plan!
Jesus Felipe - September 24, 2010 - Report this comment
Love Dutch Mill
SMU - September 25, 2010 - Report this comment
College was time for fun, a little pink and Dutch Mill. If you take all those boxes that got me through the nights, you'd have a lot of boxes. The donuts were good too.
Link from Mod Squad - September 25, 2010 - Report this comment
Brothers like donuts, too. Pete and Julie would often bring a bunch of Dutch Mill pound cakes to work when we were working under cover. I'll tell them to act like a couple of love birds. Dutch Mill donuts were cool like me in my white outfit. Nobody was a cooler cop than the Mod Squad and nobody made a better donuts, or Pound Cake! I think they made muffins also!
Timwin - September 26, 2010 - Report this comment
CX was my dode for more Dutch Mill and if it could hit the mark we would all benifit from bigger goverment in which donuts would fuel the economy
Carl S. - September 26, 2010 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill was my donuts of choice since 2nd grade and if they came back tomorrow, I'd eat them and make them a donuts of choice for my kid and wife. But obviously they're the choice of pot smokers! Did you guys ever read some of these entries?! Who's this Timwiner guy above and WHAT was he smoking?! I don't know if I'm jealous or about to run for the hills!!
Little LevitT - September 27, 2010 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill will come back if we will it.
Doug0O0Oo - September 27, 2010 - Report this comment
To be a part of bringing back the best store donuts of all time would be an honor; especially since these are a winner. There will always be upper money makers that have taste and want to taste the taste of Dutch Mill!
House My - September 27, 2010 - Report this comment
When you feel the heat, ti's cooking in the Dutch Mill oven, yo. These babies rocked and I want them back so bad I would make my own. what can everyone say when you feel, feel ... feel ... FEEL the heat. Like the Dirk Digler movie with Markie Mark. I wrote a song about Dutch Mill called Dutch Oven.
Alverez - September 28, 2010 - Report this comment
Best donut ever made
the gets - September 28, 2010 - Report this comment
Within one half hour i could drum up 8 friends that claim this is the best donut ever made. I see them coming back, but only if we do the baking.
TheCrew - September 29, 2010 - Report this comment
This would have to go down on history as the best donut of all time and with some assistance from the money boys, they could be back. But I would first try to make my own. Why doesn't the old owner get the recipe out to the people that made him rich all those years ago. Sure Tastykake's a bunch of dirt bags and their donuts are shiit on a stick and their families are scuum, but the Sanford guy should give something back, too. I'm gonna start putting it on him. I'd hope he had just a little gratitude to all those that helped his American dream come true. Shame on him for not coming through. His product, his workers, his managers were all a first rate crew; now it's his turn to give back to the people.
Ronald Reagan - September 30, 2010 - Report this comment
I ate Dutch Mill in the White House. I don't agree with Mr Obama's politics, but he's a good person and should have the freedom to eat Dutch Mill after a cigarette in the oval office.
Gret52 - September 30, 2010 - Report this comment
Didn't know the former president was a fan, but glad to see we've got major influence here at the Dutch Mill web page. I think a home kit is an interesting way to go. And it would be nice if some of the owners of the former Dutch Mill company thought a little more of their former customers. But there's no law that says someone must be nice. It seems having a little class is a rare thing now a days.
College T-shir of John Bulushi - October 01, 2010 - Report this comment
FOOD FIIIIGHT!! Great idea "Gret" but remember, I became a U.S. Senator after I took off at the end of Animal House. Besides, asking someone to go up against Tastykake is not fair. The owner probably wanted out and to put his recipees on line would be to get them upset. Not everyone is up for going up against a big company.
Cane - October 01, 2010 - Report this comment
Are you saying the Dutch Mill guys is a big puusy?
U;l - October 02, 2010 - Report this comment
This another fight? I think all this guy's saying is it's easy to be brave from a distance. but it would be nice if someone stood up and got Dutch Mill back to the people.
Desaray - October 02, 2010 - Report this comment
I heard they are coming back, but only in New Hampshire. Any truth or is this another example of the rumor mill runing without water if you know wehre I'm going.
StoufferDownHill - October 03, 2010 - Report this comment
I don't know why they're only be in N.H. Makes sense they'd be first introduced into their own markets which was obstensively N.J. and NYC! But let's hope somehow, somewhere they're coming back. And if it's indeed the Granit State, then look like me and my sister are taking a road trip. Get some skiing in (in a month, or so) and bring back the best donuts to our entire family and firnds. Hot Digatie Dog!!!
Quarter4UR-brain= - October 03, 2010 - Report this comment
Interesting thoughts espcially since there are a few good people making the Dutch Mill style donuts in New Hapshire (one with the original recipe) but for leagal reasons, can't sell them under the Dutch Mill name with the nifty baby blue box. For more info, talk to folks, in person, at Bourbon BBQ. And for the record, I, too, wish the old owner would "man up!" Good call "GRET52." Couldn't agree more!!
Ron Bloom 87 - October 03, 2010 - Report this comment
Someone please get the old recipe for the glazed and chocolate glazed and just put it on this page! Also the plain, and, of course, cinnamon is just plain with the spice. JUST DO THAT! What can the jerks do about that! It's up to us guys.
Sabo&Andy - October 03, 2010 - Report this comment
Sorry I haven't been around in a while every body! Great IDEA, Ron Blommer!! Usually I don't go for the "nut job stuff," but I like this one. Also noticed we have a lot of "unique" folks on as of late. Everybody start putting the recipes on line. Here's my better half: NOthing to say, but take care you twisted maniakes!!
White Columns and powder of Greece - October 04, 2010 - Report this comment
As The God of Doughnuts, I herby declare you mere mortals begin making these delectable treats for your fellow man. Now back to Mount Olympus to pound The Goddess of Pound Cakes.
Ned is dead, baby ... Ned's Dead - October 04, 2010 - Report this comment
sounds like the God of stupid! Get you're act together and be part of the team to bring Dutch Mill back. I went to Bourbon BBQ and wrote "Bring Back Dutch Mill" on the bathroom wall. Then again, maybe I've got a little stupid in me. ha ha ha ha
linda M - October 05, 2010 - Report this comment
If bringing back Dutch Mill means being stupid, then I don't want to be smart
Trixy - October 05, 2010 - Report this comment
I heard the little Dutch Boy from those paint commercials would jack it into the donut batter at their bakery.
Donna Sue - October 05, 2010 - Report this comment
Heck yeah, why do you think they tasted so good. My girlfriends and I ate them by the case. Practice makes perfect~
Frank O'Shea007 - October 06, 2010 - Report this comment
Didn't know Dutch Mill got you gals so excited as if we needed more reason to bring them back. But on the serious front, what's with this meeting place at that BBQ joint. Don't know if I want to hang with some of you, but others seem cool beyound words. This is indeed a perplexing query
edvoer - October 06, 2010 - Report this comment
Simply think of how to recreate the best store donuts of all time and let everyone know. Yes, we can should not only be the motto of Obama, but all Amercians who aren't affraid and say, "Yes we can," when it comes to great baking.
Beldar 1979 d.p - October 07, 2010 - Report this comment
I think it was fall of 1979 when I had my first Dutch Mill donuts. It was the box that had A)Plain B) Glazed C) Cinnamon D) Powdered Does anyone remember if I'm right. I called my brother in West Virginia and sister in Ohio and they don't remember. We all grew up in Jersey and LOVED Dutch Mill. They also had the best pound cakes. Got a chance to read some of the reviews and noticed that some of you guys want to "make you own" Dutch Mills! Sounds a little dangerous. As someone with a five and six year old I don't plan on showing raw dough into a very hot vat of grease, but if anyone get the old recipes going, PLEASE let us know on this sight. In fact, I think it would be great if who ever made these new donuts went to that Bourbon BBQ place every Saturday morning, or something, and sold them out of the back of your trunk. I'd be into that and gladly pay for a dozen or two. At first I thought that was a tad weird, but after reading about how nuts some of you guys are on this site, I think I wouldn't be the only one. WAIT, just went back on past entrees and found others that know about the pound cakes!! You guys are total and absolute donut-nuts. Others of you are just plain nuts. But what's with the hatred toward Tastykake?! Live and let live. My kids love Tastykake, but then again they never had Dutch Mill. Come to think of it, I guess that makes me a little mad, too. And DON'T "hate on" the guy who started Dutch Mill. That's just plain Bush-League. Some of you guys have to direct your anger into bringing these donuts back on not getting made at "The Father Of Baby Blues!!" Just made that up. And far as I'm concerned, Live on Donut Dude!!! And just one more think. Those of you that are TRUE and passionate about Dutch Mill, see you at Bourbon BBQ. I used to go there every two months, or so, but after reading this, I think I'll check it out on the weekends. I ride a Triumph motor cycle and always like to get out for a few hours on either Saturday or Sunday. I think it's really cool how some of your guys meet up. It's also a little weird, but then again, nothing wrong with that. As far as investing myself ... "Maybe," but it would have to be a solid game plan and I'd, of course, like to meet and get to know the folks running this new organization. I have my own business and could/would lend some advice about how to set up an actual working structure. My uncle and I used to build small facilities in which food products could be made. We're out of that business, and I've since just went into building housed, but the economy being what it is, I've been out of that business for the last 3 years. Good think I saved up and my family is the sort that doesn’t waste money so thank goodness we're OK, in that area. But MIGHT think about helping out and even break out the old construction equipment for stock shares. How's that for a mini bomb shell. Anyway guys, look for me at Bourbon BBQ. I've got a "limy green" Triumph and have a matching helmet. Whops, that actually sounded a little gay, but I'm a straight up dude, in more ways that one. Also, don't mean to be politically incorrect with the "gay" remark. I just turned 48 and in the 1970's in was Okay to say, "gay," or other stuff even in class, but now everything is off limits. But as long as we all communicate and don't bother each other. See you all at the "secret Dutch Mill meeting place."
TaylorMade long driver - October 07, 2010 - Report this comment
Dude ... what are you, the Tolstoy of Dutch Mill donut writers? Funny you guys are all into Bourbon BBQ. I was in there two Saturdays ago and over heard this woman around 35/40 with some guy and they were talking about this web page. It didn't make sense until I loged on and now I get it. Actually this is cool, but I agree with Tolstoy. A little odd, too. Then again, we're actually totally norman when compared to some things you hear taking place on the net.
s&a - October 07, 2010 - Report this comment
Sabo''s & Andy-do-little here === Always good to see new blood that's passionate and semi-normal with some brains. Will be looking for the funny looking "Lime-Burner." Mean that in a good way. Sats are good0-early nooner
Redrooster - October 08, 2010 - Report this comment
you guys and your darn codes, what is this, trainning day in 1970's USSR?! Who's gonna bring Dutch Mill back and when? That easy
Rip - October 09, 2010 - Report this comment
Gettin' out of it today, but still wish I had a box of DMD for my moring hangover. That and some Vickies. But, oh well, gotta do what you gotta do.
GameCocks - October 09, 2010 - Report this comment
From S.C., baby! We beat #1 and will be in a BIG Bowl game!!! Born in NJ and grew up on Dutch Mill, but live in Charlestown now! But miss Dutch Mill.
Heckson - October 10, 2010 - Report this comment
There are many ways to make doughnuts and I would suggest be careful regardless of what method you use. Do not try them at homw unless you really do your home work! I'd hate to see anyone get hurt. "Yes," it would be great to have Home Made Dutch Mill products, but not if you're going to get hurt.
Blackhawk11 - October 10, 2010 - Report this comment
Thanks, mom. And I promise not to run around the house with scissors either.
Dartmouth class of '94 - October 11, 2010 - Report this comment
I was thinking of opening a day care center and having the kids cook donuts as a hobby.
Iceman - October 11, 2010 - Report this comment
This stinks! Once week from today i'm gonna be back in NJ and I thought I'd get me a box of Dutch Mill. Been living in El Paso for two years and before then, Austin for 8 years. Seems 10 years ago they still had Dutch Mill. Or did i live the last 5 years in NJ without them. Or, maybe my dump-ask ex-wife's vegan diet stop me from noticing. I should have whack that witch over the head with a hot vat of donut greece. What a cow. Damn I hate her. Wish she were dead
Kiss "Detroit Rock City" - October 12, 2010 - Report this comment
I never met your ex, but I'd like to see her dead, too. Top it off with some Dutch Mill pound cakes after we pound the grave.
DeniseF - October 12, 2010 - Report this comment
Was the cuunt really that bad. I grew up with 7 older brothers so I can say that. 14 siblings in total and 12 of us liked Dutch Mill. My oldest brother, Stan, liked entimann's and my second youngest sister ONLY ate Duncon doughnuts. But we donut doers have to work together. You need a real woman Iceman. And the band "Kiss" sucked. Fleetwood Mac, Boston and Pink Floyd were bands. What say you diickless wonders. Or are you too shocked to answer a tomboy and/or get it up?
Blackhawk11 - October 12, 2010 - Report this comment
You really a chick?
DeniseF - October 12, 2010 - Report this comment
You want to smell my tampon
Dartmouth class of '94 - October 12, 2010 - Report this comment
Yes
#Number45cOLT - October 13, 2010 - Report this comment
After living in Houston (old neighborhood of the Colt 45s) I have contemplated shooting myself in the head after some of this dialogue. What's up with you people? Actually, some pretty good stuff. Just don't expect this on a web page for doughnuts. You guys should do Vaudeville. But if it helps bring Dutch Mill back, I'm all in.
Lixxxy - October 13, 2010 - Report this comment
Did you guys hear they might bring Dutch Mill back? I think it would be a great idea and would once again become a loyal customer. I liked the cinnamon, but they were all very good. What's going on with them being back in super markets?
Dartmouth class of '94 - October 13, 2010 - Report this comment
Yeah, great stuff guys ... Now when do I get to sniff this chicks tampon?
Doughboy1917 - October 14, 2010 - Report this comment
Yes, always relaxing to hearken back to ones days of wasted adolescent days, and better, yet, nights, in the back of that pale yellow and rusted Pinto my dad was goona make me buy, but them relented to the angels of his better nature to take part in low brow pedestrian humor; and you've been performing it so very well. But don’t forget those great nights with you know who. Now for some adult input, and I don't mean that as in x-rated, 'adult,' but rather in a manner which some of you as of late are not familiar. I mean as in mature, insightful and most of all serious in terms of addressing the prospect of bring back Dutch Mill donuts and other products. Pound cakes, too!! DOES THAT GET anyone attention, Sassier. *(Sorry folks_+) Inside joke. Since I am an aficionado of WWI and the armistice was sign on the seventh hour of the seventh day of the seventh day, I will release my news bulletin on 11/11/11. AND IT will Be BIG, oh so very big!!! YOU WILL LOVE IT BECAUSE IT IS WHAT EVEYONE WANTS!!!
Cinder Block - October 14, 2010 - Report this comment
When you say, "LOVE IT BECAUSE IT IS WHAT EVERYONE WANTS!!!" That is refering to you jumping off a high cliff, correct?
Doughboy1917 - October 14, 2010 - Report this comment
You're not the first one to ask me to jump off a cliff and undoubedly not the last. But I'd like to throw myself off for such a dump mistake. IT WAS THE 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month!!! So the B-I-G date for the announcement is: 11/11/11
San Diego Han - October 14, 2010 - Report this comment
Great ... now we can all sleep at night. Wouldn't want your "big annoucement" to get in the way of our rest. SO WHEN WILL YOU A-HOLES BRING BACK DUTCH MILL?! Is that so figgin' hard?
Silospher - October 15, 2010 - Report this comment
If the information is germain, then a littel time euqals no pian. But when the rain's all in vain, then we'll see you're name is Cane!
Edwin0. - October 15, 2010 - Report this comment
Finally someone on this web page is making some sense
Rodisn - October 15, 2010 - Report this comment
i looked back at this Doboy from 1917 and you want to know what? He's seems straight up, so if he says he has a plan, then I'll wait and see what's up with that! I believe there are some true people on this page and I'm all in so let's go to the date.
Howard - October 16, 2010 - Report this comment
I may be new to this page, but I'm no straner to BS. Show me some proof because Dutch Mill was too good a donut to play games around!
Tea Party and donuts - October 16, 2010 - Report this comment
So you're Howard ... what's your last name, "Stern?" GO to a little place call Bourbon BBQ down the road from where the old Dutch Mill factory was. You meet the real deal crowd
Garth - October 16, 2010 - Report this comment
What do you guys do, sit around and circle jerk each other? Just tell us you silly plan and maybe you'll get some more good people. Otherwis just lap up each other's seeman and leave this page those for real interested in bring back Dutch Mill. You darn fool, you. I petty the fool that messes with me!
Kate 5790 - October 17, 2010 - Report this comment
I think ol Garth here has been spending a little too much time circle jerkng by himself. If you don'have a better plan for bringing Dutch Mill back, please don't bother those who are working on something important. I'm going to Bourton BBQ today, but I'm not telling what time!
A.N. - October 17, 2010 - Report this comment
Great ... now anyone stalking you will have to wait around all day! Then again, if one had a box of the old Dutch Mill, time would pass quicker. So since they are no more, you won't have to worry about me being one of them.
Nobel 1I) - October 17, 2010 - Report this comment
Best donuts I ever purchased at a super market. Don't know why they don't have anything like this available in chain stores anymore, but I have a theory. Dutch Mill was a small, family owned firm, with local managers and workers that put pride into their product. The big companies make a decent product, but the entire emphasis is on the bottom line and not quality. The days of quality first are over. Too bad, which is why I, for one, don't see Dutch Mill ever coming back. Sorry, but who is going to start a business these days with the Dutch Mill philosophy of the 1980s.
Enis Cabell - October 17, 2010 - Report this comment
Hate to agree with a downer, but it's a good point. Companies now a days either don't have the drive or are just too hard line business to put in maximum effort. But Dutch Mill will forever live on this great web site. God Bless the momories and keepers of this page. Props also to Charles R. Grosvenor Jr. We owe that great man many thanks.
Carl - October 17, 2010 - Report this comment
What are you, running for office? Just figure out a way to bring them back. We're not splitting the atom here, folks. It's a stupic donut for heaven's sake!!
Utah"iz"4Lovers - October 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Ski Utah and eat Dutch Mill. Been in Morman Country for 8 and a half years and left because there was no longer anything to live for in New Jersey with the demise of Dutch Mill comapnay. Slight exageration, but you get the point. Do you guys know that Utah gives the most money to the needy in the entire country? It's ture. Great people out here.
Thompson GUN - October 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Yeah, 4 gay lovers! I spend a week in Utah one day. Mormans suck and the food is shiit. But I'll tell you this ... the people are wonderful and the woman hot, but they don't put out. And you're right about Dutch Mill makin people get out of New Jersey.
Walter - October 18, 2010 - Report this comment
I always wanted to try creating my own donuts and you guys have inspired me! If mine come out half as good as Dutch Mill, they will be 10 times better than Tastykake!
Karen "Sabs" and Andy (Yes, another new handle) - October 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Way to go, Walter. Just doing something on your own can motivate everyone. We're proud of you! Keep up the good work. And true believers know where to find us.
Walter - October 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Thanks, Karen, but I don't need you or your unsolicited, dumb-asss condescension. Screw you and your self indulgent opinions. As far as where I can find you, hopefully up your mother's buthole, so pis-off. I'll make my donuts and you can take part in your "do nothing meetings!" So back off, you're not the kind of me or anyone else on this page.
Dartmouth class of '94 - October 18, 2010 - Report this comment
You said it Walter! Besides, I bet she wouldn't even let us smell her tampon!
DeniseF - October 18, 2010 - Report this comment
What's wrong with my tampon?
Fountain City, IN - October 19, 2010 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill is missed by those that grew up around those good eats. I wish they came back and set up stores in Indiana. Go HOOSIERS!
latz - October 19, 2010 - Report this comment
Yeah I'm sure that's the first place they're going to set up operations. Long Island was big into Dutch Mill and BillyO is the man. No Spin Zone when it comes to trying to sell us second rate donuts such as TastyFake
I am Sam - October 19, 2010 - Report this comment
I am Sam. I like Dutch Mill. I think you are all nice people. Please help me eat Dutch Mill. I can't find them and my mommie said you nice folks will bring them back.
Alishia - October 19, 2010 - Report this comment
This Donut can change the world. Dutch Mill IS the best because it lives in our hearts!
Josh Hamilton - October 20, 2010 - Report this comment
I hit two homeruns last night to beat the Yankees. But I stil want my Dutch Mill donuts and pound cake. I pounded the ball and now I want a treat.
#15~1976 - October 20, 2010 - Report this comment
You're Hamilton like I'm Thurman Munson. Yanks will come back. Took my two girls to the game last night and my oldest one cried. She's only 8 and she luv da Yanks. I cried, too, but over the price of beer and soda! We'll come back, though. Josh Hamilton is a great story, but da yanks are not done. Didn't know there were sports fans on the Dutch Mill page. Might go to this Bourbon BBQ place this weekend. Heard from my driver at work it's very good. Don't know what you guys are up to, but if it entails bringing Dutch Mill back, I'm in.
KAREN - October 20, 2010 - Report this comment
I WOULD LIKE TO ADDRESS THE INDIVIDUAL WHO SAYS HE IS "Walter." HOW DARE YOU!!!! YOU DO NOT N-O-T ADDRESS ME IN THAT MANNER. DO NOT COME ON HERE AGAIN AND DISRESPECT ME EVER AGAIN!! YOU ARE WARNED ONLY ONCE AND JUST ONCE!!
DeniseF - October 21, 2010 - Report this comment
Looks like it's someone's "time of the mounth."
KarenS - October 21, 2010 - Report this comment
It's spelled 'month,' sweetheart.
DeniseF - October 21, 2010 - Report this comment
Actually, it's a combination of "month," and "Mouth" is what I was saying. Inside joke for women that are so hot they can get guys to eat them out even during that time of MOUNTH! Get it ... using one's 'mouth' that time of month?! Sounds like you could use a good 'eating!' you wanta be whoore
Dartmouth class of '94 - October 21, 2010 - Report this comment
Don't take this the wrong way, DeniseF, but will you marry me!!??? You are the single most cool chick in the entire state of New Jersey. Then again, since most of you girls are useless bags of slutt meat, that's not saying much.
Rodney King - October 21, 2010 - Report this comment
Can't we Dutch Mill donuts lovers just all get along?
Berniew - October 22, 2010 - Report this comment
When Rodney King is the voice of reason, the bus for crazey town has left the station. But he's right. If we all want the same thing [Dutch Mill Back] can't we get along? These were great donuts and pound cakes, but I'm having my doubts about some of you good people.
kate's 't'mate - October 22, 2010 - Report this comment
great point guys. I'm on here to find out what's going on and these dumb-bumbs are turning this into a 2nd grade class room. When some of you are ready to talk donuts, let's talk them. Dutch Mill is too serious a thing to talk about to be this silly.
DeniseF - October 22, 2010 - Report this comment
What the heck, but we gotta fuuck first. Meet me at their s-hole this Saturday at high noon. You're buying. Don't e-mail back though. Let's just meet and get off this stupid web page where losers gather!
KeepOnTruckin' - October 22, 2010 - Report this comment
1970's were the time of free love and then we'd eat Dutch Mill. Remember my cousin would smoke those cigs with a peach sign on the filter. We'd get Whacky Pacs and then just pretend we'd be sleeping and mess around. Good time with Dutch Mill in the sack.
Karen - October 22, 2010 - Report this comment
Thanks for the heads up. I'll be sure to stay away from Bourbon BBQ for lunch. This stink of street trash lile you two would only make me sick. And stay away from our page!
867-5309/Jenny - October 23, 2010 - Report this comment
Hang in there, Karen; we're with you!
karen - October 24, 2010 - Report this comment
Where WERE YOU?! WHAT'S GOING ON?! WHAT ABOUT you and "Clerks?!" HOW I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO SAY!
Johovvaq - October 24, 2010 - Report this comment
How bout less soap opera and more about this 'big plan' you phonies keep talking about. I'm gettin' hungry and all the bullship is just getting in the way please, ma'am
Jason99 - October 25, 2010 - Report this comment
Uf \\ U spend you duds half the time on making donuts as you do with silly stuff, we'd have a Dutch Mill plant the size of the new World Trade Center
Fan McRib - October 26, 2010 - Report this comment
Can't wait for the McRib to come back for its 6-week cameo. I wish they did that for Dutch Mill stuff!
LasyTex - October 26, 2010 - Report this comment
Got to get these back on the market!
Kiep - October 27, 2010 - Report this comment
Great donuts and not inexpensive. But I'm one of those sorts that will pay a little more for quality. Today it's all cheap, eat and creep to the bathroom. Dutch Mill*
867-5309/Jenny - October 28, 2010 - Report this comment
Too much. Don't know where to start. "Clerk" and I moved in together!
Mark - October 28, 2010 - Report this comment
These donuts were so good, my brother and i put our money together to buy a box for my mom & dad for Christmas. They thought that was so great and we still talk about it.
Halloween 2010 - October 29, 2010 - Report this comment
Did Dutch Mill ever do special Holloween donuts? I seem to think they did. Dreamscape or what because this is driving me nuts. I know they were very creative with products doing things like "Galaxy Balls," with multi colored sprinkles. Did they do orange and black sprinkles? Please let me know.
Artieir - October 29, 2010 - Report this comment
Some dude up above in the reads said he got a box of Dutch Mii for holloween. Talk about the anit-Jason if you know what I mean!
Carl - October 30, 2010 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill used to have a comercial I remember when I was 5 years old that my brother and i would say and it drove my mom nuts. Time to make the donuts. It was this little fat man with a mustash and he'd be made because they got up early when other donut guys stayed in bed. Classic!
u2bono - October 30, 2010 - Report this comment
I the name of love ... one donut in the name of love
karen - October 30, 2010 - Report this comment
I'd like to say I'm happy, "Jenny*" but I don't know. Andrew moved out a few weeks ago. It hit me really hard. We had something really special, or at least I thought. We both are very successful in many ways, but partied very hard, too. Don't know what happened, or maybe I do. But we still both love Dutch Mill. Dutch Mill Dutch Mill you brought us together and we wanted to bring it back. This Clerk-man is a pill man? Don't mean to be mean, but be careful Jenny8. The number 8 when you hit shift is the star * key so I'll call you Jenny*, or jennyStar. Damn i had and am on my third3rd bottle of wine. good wine. don't listen to me Jenny8. You star you. If it's love go for it.
PabloEsco - October 30, 2010 - Report this comment
In Columbia our cash crop is more expensive, but the suger on Dutch Mill is better for the eating and won't get one in the shallow groud. I like soccer and running, but Dutch Mill had their own empire. An empire i would like to see come back.
James009 - October 31, 2010 - Report this comment
Don't see what Columbia has to do with Dutch Mill donuts. They, the product, is no longer in production. I wish it was.
FOOTBALL & - November 01, 2010 - Report this comment
We've got to bring these back. In the late seventies and early eighties my dad and two older bros would watch NFL Football and ate Dutch Mill.
Hildebrandt - November 01, 2010 - Report this comment
Something's gotta give here. When are they coming back?!
Giant Stud john - November 01, 2010 - Report this comment
It all goes back to the early 80's, well actually '85 & '86 rocked with the chicarionos in those back seat banditromps. Dutch Mill was there as getting to the hole was everything. Rock on Dutch Mill when I turn and think of those days.
Elizabeth Amy D. - November 02, 2010 - Report this comment
Don't think for one second that you are along 'Stud John.' I've gone to school with a cadre of girl that pigs out on these and left the sweet dough swimming is porcelain bowls between study hall and English class. They will be back and it won't effect my weight one bit
Election2010 - November 02, 2010 - Report this comment
Big election night and I'm voting for Dutch Mill!Q
Clyde - November 02, 2010 - Report this comment
1978 was I think the year I had my first Dutch Mill. When did you have your first?
Sheryl - November 02, 2010 - Report this comment
I had no idea they weren't in business anymore. Didn't realize it was that long ago that I had them. My fave were the powdered sugar ones. When you first bought em, OMG they were so soft and deelicious I could eat half the box. Were they in Pennsylvania? (I was in NJ)
Ken S. - November 03, 2010 - Report this comment
I believe these guys were in Wycolf, New Jersey, or something like that. They were the best and I, too, could eat half a box. And that's after I ate my first box!
May - November 08, 2010 - Report this comment
Can't get them anymore guys!
Dutch - November 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Well my friends, I cannot believe all the interest in my old Dutch Mill Donuts. I founded Dutch Mill Donuts in 1979 and we had a good run until 1995, when I sold the company to Tasty Baking Company, for various reasons I can explain later. Then I ran it for Tasty for four more years, then had to leave because they made me change the formula, etc. In any event I am deeply deeply honored that all you folks remember my donuts, and I would be glad to answer any questions. Like yes Ed Mc Dermott was my plant manager, and yes I made a TV commercial with a cow that looked funny at the prospect of us using powdered milk, and stuff like that. God bless you all. John Sandfort, President, Dutch Mill Baking Company, Inc. "Dutch"
Kate - November 24, 2010 - Report this comment
HolyCowBells! as my old roomie would say! My two friends asked me why nobody could log on to this page for the last two weeks. I tried and then tried to "hack" my way on. Looks like our Bakery God 'Dutch' fixed the problem. There was definitely something messed up. Me and two other's could NOT log one. Thanks, Dutch. You are Legend!!!
Lemon Slice Girl/Turk187 - November 30, 2010 - Report this comment
Still going on with the games! My brother from Oregon tried to put a message on the Dutch Mill page three time in the last week! I say we start our own Dutch Mill Web Page. In the mean time, I'm talking to a boyfriend that knows how to stop hackers. I think it's Taskykake, or someone affiliated with them playing games and censoring this page!!!!!
Dutch - December 01, 2010 - Report this comment
I think we need to play fair with Tastykake. I didn't read all the entries above, but the site manager doesn't want us to dis them and niether do I. When I sold Dutch Mill to Tasty in 1995, and worked for them for four years, there were a bunch of great people there, and they were a great corporate citizen of Philadelphia. I'm not playing a party line here - I have no vested interest there - they really were good folks.
John7576 - December 01, 2010 - Report this comment
If our God, Dutch, says don't dis Tastykake, then I, for one, won't do it. Did anyone ever see the Planet of the Apes movie when the mutant humans take their platic masks off and say, "I reveal myself to my God." That shoud be us. We follow you Dutch. For you are our hero beyond words. No more bad things about those other guys!
Doughboy1917 - December 01, 2010 - Report this comment
We should listen to this man that is the source of all quality doughnuts. No more negative; fore it is only through a possitive journey that we win this war. Just like when we prevailed in WWI with our beloved Doughboys!
Notziski - December 03, 2010 - Report this comment
i'd listen to advice thta does nothing but promote the measure for bringing this product into the hands of consumers so we can eat dutch mills always
DonutsHole - December 08, 2010 - Report this comment
I, too, had many problems getting onto this sight and was/AM mad at those Tastykake people. But if our Almighty hero says, "Don't be mean, then this donut-nut will no be. Let us work together for our hero. My life would not have been the same without Dutch Mill
*Barb*Star* - December 09, 2010 - Report this comment
It's Christmas and Dutch Mill has never been missed this much! Does anyone remember their special Christmas donuts?
Giligan'sIsland - December 11, 2010 - Report this comment
castaways we all are from an era of donuts eating which captures the taste buds, hearts and imaginations of culinary experters in the field of baked goods. We lOVE U Dutch!!!!!!!!!!
Railman - December 14, 2010 - Report this comment
I am railin' for Dutch Mill
Can Do - December 16, 2010 - Report this comment
When Can Do from the donut hole comes into your life, understand that there is no strife and we're all in this ride for life. I love Dutch Mill and it coming back into our lives in the form of "DUTCH" is a blessing from donuts heaven!
Jex3498 - December 17, 2010 - Report this comment
Didn't know they were gone until my old college roommate from Seaside Heights called me out of the blue last Saturday night. He and me would smoke "cigars" and watch the original Star Trek with DeForest Kelly and James Dooan and we'd break loose for a box of either plain, or cinnamon or chocolate, or glazed, or ANYTHING Dutch Mill. Good old days. Didn't talk to this buddy since like 1991 and then he calls and Dutch Mill came back into my mind like a title wave of goodness! I think we have pictures, but they could be used for black mail! LOL Boy were they some fun times. We'd even have the girls from right across the hall come over. They liked them, too. I guess in some ways you can't go home again. I close my eyes and I can still see that baby blue box with the windmill. Absolutely AWEsome.
keneth(&) - December 20, 2010 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill and the man whose life gave them life hsould be in all ofhte hall's of fame for fodd.
UtzIz Deeead (Say like Scent of a whoman Pacino- - December 23, 2010 - Report this comment
Don't eat Utz and be a putz! Dutch Mill was where I got my thrill!~and I ain't talkin' stawberry Hill or watching Benny Hill. "Dutch" is the man that made the girls take the pill. WE LOVE U, DUTCH!
New Year to Show OUR LOVE - January 01, 2011 - Report this comment
Happy New Year's to everyone that not only loves Dutch Mill, but all of the 80's memories! And thank you to Mr. Grosvenor Jr. for providing us with such a wonderful web page!
Thumper - January 04, 2011 - Report this comment
January is the year of the donut!
R-Truth - January 05, 2011 - Report this comment
And 2011 is the month of Dutch Mill donuts
God Bless America and Free Speach - January 07, 2011 - Report this comment
Don't take this the wrong way, and I'm not gonna go into a long speak, but I and 6 other people I know are no longer going on this web page because of the sensorship issue. If people start a web site and are gonna only put notes on that they pre-approve as if this were the CCCP, then they are not getting mine, or the input from at least five other people that I know of. By the limited responces over the last month, I can see I'm not hte only one that feels that way. Too bad since we really wanted to talk about how great Dutch Mill donuts are and how we can bring then back. It also would have been nice to have talked to "Dutch," but there are more important things. For example: Free Speach and the right to say things for the record without some dictator playing God with other peoples words. God Bless and it was fun while it lasted. P.S. DUTCH MILL RULES AND ALWAYS WILL!
Doughboy 1917 - January 11, 2011 - Report this comment
today is 1/11/11 and you know what? Dutch Mill is forever #1 Short simple and to the point is my goodbye to a web page that like Dutch Mill was number one. Let us remember our brave boys that fought, and died, for the Nation in WWI
david - January 17, 2011 - Report this comment
i just happen to have saved a box of each kind when i found out about the closing ..they look kinda weird but ...
Gondorf - January 18, 2011 - Report this comment
You've GOT to put those pictures of the old boxes on the web, David! I've been having arguments with my sister about what they looked like. Was it a windmill or lighthouse with beams of lights coming out?
Dutch - January 22, 2011 - Report this comment
Hello again. Sorry some of you are leaving. The original Dutch Mill box was based on a Dutch Delft vase my mother had. It is that typical light and dark blue of Delft. And the picture of the windmill on the box came from that vase. I still have it. Over the years the box got simpler, but always retained its Dutch Delft roots. Delft blue got it's unique colors during WWII when the folks in Holland couldn't get the colors. The delft "ink" goes on black, but once the delft piece is fired in the kiln, it turns those awesome blue colors. I always thought that was an analogy of life -- you come out of the hard parts more beautiful.
Bear - January 22, 2011 - Report this comment
The worst thing would be if TasteeKake brought back Dutch Mill but made them just like every other brand in the grocery store -- full of fake ingredients and tasting like chemical sawdust. That would be a sad thing. The ones I remember best are chocolate glazed -- plain glazed -- the elusive whole wheat -- and the seasonal apple cider. Always bought from a corner bodega in Manhattan; they would always be on those silver racks near the counter. (Don't remember ever seeing them at D'agastinos or other grocery store.) Package of Dutch Mill, a Newsday, and the NY Times. Sheer happiness.
SeaSidePride - January 25, 2011 - Report this comment
We're not leaving you, Dutch. At least this donut head isn't! And I have friends that love Dutch Mill and you just as much. PLEASE put a picture of one of your boxes on this web home!! Better yet, PLEASE make a come back! Americans love a come back story!!
Oaks09 - January 26, 2011 - Report this comment
As long as "Dutch" is on this page, it shows that we have a chance to have our "bakeryHeaven" back! And "Bear" had it right. My sister lived in Manhattan in 1991-94 and I'd visit and even stay a weekend when she'd go to Vermont with her boyfriend. A high school kid from Oakland, New Jersey alone in the big city! It's the stuff books and movies are made of. I even met a couple "Mrs. Robinsons" if you know what I mean. But drying off my privates and going to those "Bodega" things the next morning was like being back home, but with the perks. I'd get the Times, before they turned commie and The New York Post and, "yes" the box of Dutch Mill! It was awesome and I like how "Bear" talks about the elusive whole wheat! Great input everyone. My brother in Portland was one of the jerks that said he wasn't coming back on this sit but I'm gonna tell him to stop acting like a big bugger.
Man ray - January 29, 2011 - Report this comment
i came on this page many months ago and agree with Oaks09. If Dutch is gonna give it his all, we need to be here for him so he'll be here for us when we want our donuts back
ThomasDoubter - February 01, 2011 - Report this comment
Keep hearing about these big time folks that were 'in' at Dutch Mill, but ya'll have to know its farce. For example, not one of them will put an old picture of a Dutch Mill box on this page, because they never worked there, and as a result don't have that pretty light blue box. Total Scam perpetrated by total frauds—
DaveK - February 03, 2011 - Report this comment
Thomas theDoubt has a good point. You look at the other pages like Shasta Soda, Doritos (Sour Cream & Onions) by Frito Lay and that soda dring: Big Red, and they ALL HAVE PICTURES! Dutch is a fraud! The person playing "him" will come up with an excuse, but bottom line, he's not real and the real guy could get a picture of the old box! Too bad, this web page lost me, too.
keenan^8^ - February 04, 2011 - Report this comment
You're an idiot. "ThomasDoubter" and "DaveK" can go eat worms. Moreover why should "Dutch" or anyone for that matter answer to you?! It's him, alright- Read (if you know how)the details of his explanations. Nobody esle would know those things. And check the record as far as me being on this web page from back in May of last year. Yes, they shouldn't censor; and I've had friends leave this web page for that very idea, but Charles R. Grosvenor Jr. and Dutch deserve better than your cow manure when it comes to you "neg man" attitude! WE LOVE YOU DUTCH and please consider coming back. In not, that's OK. You've done enough and don't listen to idiots.
Cone*of*Silence - February 05, 2011 - Report this comment
I'm new here am I, but still have a voice and ate Dutch Mill. I agree that we should be a little nicer and maybe Durtch would start making the best donuts of all time again
Lonly in High Point - February 05, 2011 - Report this comment
You guys ever come up to High Point Mountain in NJ? We'd get Dutch Mill up here. Why are you guys going at it with each other? Let's work together. My brother's ex-girlfriend's step mom worked in Dutch Mill back in 1984 and 1985 around that time. "Dutch" was the owner! He's real and he should bring them back. I also know that he's needs up to keep telling him how wonderful Dutch Mill is! I know if they came back, it would flood the market. Please Dutch, don't listen to the haters. Please come back and give the people the best donuts of all time!
catKionrns - February 05, 2011 - Report this comment
You can't sit here and tell me that
Green Bay #13! - February 07, 2011 - Report this comment
Lived in Green Bay for 8 years and LOVE The Packers! Then came back to Jersey and no Dutch Mill:( But way to go Green Bay. 13th championship and four Super Bowl Title. I'm a packer backer
Torus - February 07, 2011 - Report this comment
It wasn't Dutch who said he had old boxes of Dutch Mill donuts. It was "david". Dutch is the real deal. Please recall that it was Dutch who contacted the owner of this website to get it reopened. He has been kind enough to respond to our questions regarding the design on the box, but never claimed to have photos of the boxes.
Win Twins - February 07, 2011 - Report this comment
The fact some of us don't pay Dutch the respect he deserves is proof there are still people out there that don't know any better. What's wrong with your poeople?! WE LOVE YOU DUTCH! Please don't leave us and please think about bringing your treats back to us!
kewr9442 - February 08, 2011 - Report this comment
Don't think they won't come back with someone like Durch
Crim - February 10, 2011 - Report this comment
the guy david is obviosly a lair. Nobody has any old boxes.
Mr. Cub EB - February 10, 2011 - Report this comment
No kidding that guy's a liar. Nobody has the old boxes because if they did, they'd be Ernie Banks! "Let's play 2"
John7576 - February 11, 2011 - Report this comment
Check the record going back to June 19, 2010! I've been on this web page since then, so listen up ... You guys stop all the squable and let's get these guys back into operation. I don't care about the boxes, who has them, who doesn't, who might ... Let's get Dutch to bring the real deals BACK! I've been on this web page since June 19, 2010.
D A - February 11, 2011 - Report this comment
That's impressive, you mean you actually made a log entry before mr. john7576 That means you really must be something. Go fuuck yourself and leave this page to real deals who want to call out the phonies like idiots life "david" who dosen't have any pictures of any Dutch Mill boxes. Mother's with leg's that are always open for anyone's coock always lie like his mother's openess.
Jasnon833 - February 11, 2011 - Report this comment
we see the jerks are back on line. why to go you fowl mouths. we finally have some good people on here and you have to mess it up. of course ther\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\
v - February 14, 2011 - Report this comment
happy valentines day to all those who want sweets like dutch mill that are the best donuts of all time. let's get them back and let's eat like we did in the '80s. it's up to all of us to get these great donuts back into production. there's a market and a hungry group that wants dutch mill like they didn't before. more so. let's please bring them back
Orange Men 86 - February 14, 2011 - Report this comment
Good-bye from my Dutch Mill fan club. The sensors are back any won't let the people talk. Why tell our stories if we're can't tell our experiences without a SENSOR BOYCOTT THIS PAGE IF YOU BELIEVE IN FREE SPEACH AND FREEDOM
"See"Sides - May 18, 2011 - Report this comment
My buds and I would spend a hour a day going through inthe80s.com till they started sensoring thoughts they did not enjoy. WHY build a web page for the people to speak their minds and then monitor, change and sensor what they think? Too bad, too. This used to be a great site. And that so called "Dutch" was a fraud. If he was real, he'd put a picture of an old box on this page. SENSOR 80s.com ... YOU BET WE WILL. Freedom of speach must never die and too many liars, fakes and frauds on this web site. God Bless Dutch Mill. Too bad they no longer have a reliable web page.
Dutch - June 19, 2011 - Report this comment
Wow sorry I've been away so long (since February); well let me try to upload this picture... If it works, I'll scan in more. I still have a small collection of boxes. No, it wouldn't paste. How do I get a picture on this site? Somebody tell me. And yes I am inded Dutch. To: Lonely in High Point - tell me something about your brother's ex girlfriend's step mom who worked at Dutch Mill - maybe I remember her name. To Win Twins - thanks for the support. To you skeptics, ask me any question about Dutch Mill. Try to stump me. Anyway, I'll check in more often. As to making dutch Mill again, well, I'm getting older, but my son is dying to get into food production... best, Dutch
Dutch - June 19, 2011 - Report this comment
OK I found the upload link and sent a picture of a six pack display I took in, I think it was, the Ramsey, NJ Shop Rite. It was probably 1997 because Tasty owned Dutch Mill by then and they had me change to all 6 packs. I'll scan more in if you guys want. -- Dutch
Gray's Apple - July 06, 2011 - Report this comment
Cool! Yes, this has to be Dutch! I was in Chicago when he logged in. Sorry I missed it. And please let's see those pictures. I've got one of my friend eating a cinnomin donuts, but it looks as if it could be any donut. Rock on Dutch. We Love You!!!
Parts Unknown1985 - July 07, 2011 - Report this comment
jury's out- but i'm in ... for now. Dutch is TOO important to take for granted. in the words of Arnold .... 'I'll be back'
Mr. Cub EB - July 12, 2011 - Report this comment
It's okay to hope. As Andy from Shawshank said, "Hope's a good thing, perhaps the best of things." But old Dutch does not have a photo and will not provide one on this web page. And as Led Zep would say:"And it makes me wonder ..." If only Dutch was real. No photo — no reality.
Bart"Lee"PantryPride - July 28, 2011 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill was a great donut. But this soap opera is getting silly. If there are pictures, would like to see them. I knew several people that worked at Dutch Mill; just put it that way.
R Truth``~~ - August 11, 2011 - Report this comment
Dutch is a fake. The real owner passed away August 18, 2011. And he never would have put a picture on this web site. He was ashamed of his donuts. The fact is, there is not Dutch and nobody will put a photo of a Dutch Mill box on any web page.
Mr.Ken - August 19, 2011 - Report this comment
Wow! We really have some doughnut fans here and I too loved Dutch Mill whole wheat or cinnamon. My secret was when they were getting stale, just pop them in the toaster and they would fall apart and were tastier. I found a place where they come close in CapeCod, a town called Eastham in Mass. The Hole in One bakery. Awesome or as Bostonians say: "Wicked Good". Look for commercial bakeries on the internet in PA. Or Mass. And you'll find comparable (but not Dutch Mill) quality doughnuts.
The Cape "Crew-sader" of Cod - October 04, 2011 - Report this comment
Eastham is home to a number of sites that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Eastham Center Historic District, located near Town Hall, is the site of Eastham Windmill, the oldest windmill on Cape Cod. Another registered historic place, Nauset Light, is located on the grounds of the Cape Cod National Seashore. The Edward Penniman House and barn, a retired whaling captain's home, is located near Fort Hill. AND Mr. Ken is right when he says The Hole in One Bakery makes GREAT treats!! Great post, Ken. But nobody makes 'em like old Dutch Mill. What a great place. Also, for those of you in New Jersey, there were some great donut joints down by the Jersey Shore. Cinnamon was the donut of choice around Lavelette/South of Sea Side. I think the place was called "Hank's Donuts." But I don't think they are around anymore. My first girl friend who was great at oral conversations knew two people that worked at Dutch Mill. One was an older woman and the other was a manager named Ed. They also said that guy who owened Dutch Mill was a great boss. I'm sorry he passed away. If only they brought back a donut that came close to the quality of Dutch Mill.
Sweet*Yesterdays* - November 03, 2011 - Report this comment
So sorry to hear John Sandfort A.K.A. "Dutch" passed away. Althoug I never met him, I will miss his famous donuts and wish his family the best. Rest in Peace.
Dutch - November 30, 2011 - Report this comment
Wow, sorry to learn I died... I'm very much alive. OK I'll try again to upload a picture... If it works, I can prove to you I am me. I'll put up on the site whatever yoou ask. Let me try again... (Hey I'm 62 - gimme a break.)
Dutch - November 30, 2011 - Report this comment
OK I tried uploading again and when I hit submit I just got a white screen. I had two pictures I just took from my collection of boxes. Any ideas?
Dutch - November 30, 2011 - Report this comment
OK I emailed this fellow Church who apparently manages this blog about the upload problem. Let's see if he can help. I will check back more often. - Dutch.
Dutch - November 30, 2011 - Report this comment
I meant his name is Chuck.
Dutch - December 02, 2011 - Report this comment
Chuck said he'd help. I emailed him the pictures. nothing yet.
Dutch - December 14, 2011 - Report this comment
well Chuck never got the pictures on (thanks anyway chuck.) So I started a Mediafire account. You can download a Dutch Mill Donut package pictures at http://www.mediafire.com/?aqqaei8x5sq5fsb or another at http://www.mediafire.com/?2c8ualqemkcaj7j. If you want more pictures I will add them or other information to the site. Dutch lives! Gratefully!
Tebow Fan 1973 - January 09, 2012 - Report this comment
Wow ... is the real Dutch Mill guy really out there?! We've got to get pictures AND some of the best donuts of all time back!
Mr. Ken - January 10, 2012 - Report this comment
Hey Dutch could you possibly start another business making those wonderful donuts? I went to Canada on business and a bakery makes bay nuts. Part bagel part donut.
Mr. Ben; and NOT from "Dover!" LOL - January 11, 2012 - Report this comment
Great question, "Mr. Ken!" Anything to get Dutch back into the best bakery in the history of the planet! We miss you, Dutch. And don't listen to "the haters." Small people always make small remarks. I'm going to Facebook this page to all my friends; most of whom were BIG Dutch Mills fans. Then again, unlike some of the "intellectuals" on this page; my friends have taste, class and an overall sense of appreciation for the finer things in life; None of which are tastier than DUTCH MILL DONUTS!
Stanford*Y*776 - January 14, 2012 - Report this comment
My *&9 FACEBOOKED me that Dutch was ALIVE*U "IT'S ALIVE ..." YTR He's THE MAN__)( But ARE his doughnuts coming back???????????
gary in space - January 14, 2012 - Report this comment
okay that's what the Dutch handle was about. yeah =YTR i get it. and please tell me when the show's on. i, 2, will put it on my FB= but make sure they geth the crew together. we already lost so many people because of sensorship. don't need that act again. and, Y-E-S+ it's all about getting this donuts back on the shelves. let's GO 49ers. i'm Jewish, so i don't like the whole Tebow thing, so let's go New England. who is "Tebow Fan 1973?" Down with religious talk; espcially New Testiment. should not be allowed
utg - January 14, 2012 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill had very hot ovens. Be nice to throw some of these people in them if you know what I mean. Let's go Denver. What's this page have to do with religion?! Fun talk and bringing DUTCH MILL back!
Green Bay#13! - January 14, 2012 - Report this comment
Get it now. Some joker sent this page to me and 1,237 other people. First off, LETS GO PACKERS. Beat those NY Littlmen. BUT, still don't believe this is the real Dutch. IF so and you guys get a picture of the old box, I'll go to my brother who "tella0\e-mails and send this page to over 18,000 high market readers. But Dutch is a fake. Otherwise we'd have a picture on this page. But, of course, we wish Dutch Mill would come back. I heard the poor Dutch Mill guys took his own life. But then again, they only start rumors like that if the person is famous, so either way, I guess the old Dutch Mill guys achieved some sense of fame. Just wish his donuts lived on. So if Dutch IS real, I'll put this page on warp-drive. But too bad we're being put-on.
SOLL-x - January 16, 2012 - Report this comment
So, what ... is this Dutch Mill guy an anti semite
Man ray - January 16, 2012 - Report this comment
Let's stop this nonsense right now! Dutch was as good a person as you could imagine. If we lost him, we owe him more than what we're doing on this page. Said it before, I said it again. Let's bring back Dutch Mill! And that's a nice thing you would do "Green Bay#13!" but 18,000 is not a lot for spam e-mails. Sorry about your Pakers even though I like the NY Giants.
Dutch - January 16, 2012 - Report this comment
OK, again, the rumors of my demise are exaggerated. Also that talk of ovens is disgusting. And again, I can't put pictures on this web site because even the site manager Chuck couldn't help make it work. So here is the link to a picture I put up: http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?aqqaei8x5sq5fsb and here's another picture on mediafire: http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?2c8ualqemkcaj7j I can put more pictures up if you want, but have to go dig up the packaging, take a picture, download, upload, etc so let me know. Meanwhile, I am not planning on going back into the donut business, I am sorry to say. It just got too hard - sales were actually declining as the target market (people who liked healthy foods) turned away from high fat products in the mid 90's. Sorry to disillusion some of you - I was disillusioned as well. Everything has a cycle. (Go Giants.)
Summer of '69 - January 17, 2012 - Report this comment
Peach, love, Rock & Roll and donuts, i say ... don't hate, but create. Thanks for the twitter. You're right, Muay, this is a cool page
Peter, Paul & Mary/mArY - January 23, 2012 - Report this comment
Mary, without Peter and Paul; but they were old boyfriends. So cool that the great Dutch said, "Go Giants!" He was good luck since those boys from NY won. Had two friends that worked at the great Dutch Mill back in the mid '80's. They both told me how Dutch was a "Chick-Magnet." Don't like that term, but it's accurate. Little Know fact. Mr. Sanford new Cindy Crawford before she and her mole were big. Knew for a fact that she had a crush on him, but he was too much of a gentalman. But you guys didn't have that inside info. Was a great looking man, and a total gentalmen.
OzzSPAM(:^ - January 23, 2012 - Report this comment
Hey Green Bay#13!: Are you forreal about 18,000 spam e-mails you can send out? THAT'S NOTHING. Not very impressed. My partner and I can send that out in 12 minutes. Also, funny that Dutch hates the remark about overs; which is uncalled for, but has no problem about "gary in space" hating Tim Tebow simply because of his religion. Digusting remarks about the New Testimate and Chistianity ... guess that doesn't bother Dutch on bit.
Fizzbeen - January 25, 2012 - Report this comment
Didn't know Dutch Mill was an anit-Christian site! Too bad and shame of the former owner. But they were the best donuts ever. Also, sorry we lost him; prejudice notwithstanding.
Green Bay#13! - January 26, 2012 - Report this comment
Yo Ozz Spam, Not trying to be obnoxious, but you're way wrong. My demographic for the 18,000 mass e-mails only consist of households making over $250,000 a year AND in the try state area of New Jersey, New York (including all five Burroughs) and Connecticut! YES, I could have more on that list, many more, but why??? Does it help if some 17-year-old-Occupy-Wall-Street moron from San Francisco gets info about Dutch Mill Donuts?? This list of 18,000 is very valuable because it hits the people that matter. The people that not just grew up with Dutch Mill, but have the power to put it back on the map. BUT, I think the rumors of John Sanford A.K.A. (DUTCH) no longer existing among the living are true. Also, I knew people who met him and he wasn't anit-Christian, or anti any other religion. Didn't know about Cindy Crawford, but my sister told me two young ladies that looked like Super Models plus had big crushes on him. He’d meet a lot of people in his work both professionally and socially and the ladies loved him. Dutch was a legend, that much is true. May he rest in peace. Went to those web-pages and NOTHING with the old Dutch Mill logo on them. Very poor joke making fun of the dead. Bad karma on that person.
Kenny Banya - January 26, 2012 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill is gold, Jerry. Gold!~
GatesOFbiLL - January 26, 2012 - Report this comment
You guys are idiots. Do it this way: Go to "Google." Then ... put in: "Dutch Mill Donuts Mediafire." A photo of a Dutch Mill 'Holiday' box will come up. -Bill 'not the real' Gates---but close compared to you morons
Tony's Crew - January 27, 2012 - Report this comment
There are pictures of Dutch Mil donuts on the "in-tra-net" as Tony Soprano would call it. Go New Jersey, Go Giants! But there's no reason they shouldn't be on this web-page. Such a great page, but not high tech. Dutch Mill needs a new blog.
Wayne/in/1973 - January 28, 2012 - Report this comment
New Jersey/Wayne resident since early spring 1973. Great town with lots of great bakeries, but Dutch Mill was a great store donut. Collected baseball cards from 1973 and asked my mom to buy Dutch Mill. Thanks for the great memories.
Dutch - February 06, 2012 - Report this comment
Geez some of you guys are tough, Fizz... I don't want to be defensive here but hey, my wife is an Episcopal priest. I love Jesus too. Now, as to the rumors about Cindy Crawford, I must have slept through that dream - never happened. Hey Peter, Paul & Mary/mArY who were your friends that worked at Dutch Mill? give me their names and I will tell you what they did! C'mon guys gimme some test questions. That will prove to all of us (including me?) that I still live! Thanks for the kind words to you other guys, Wayne/in/1973, GatesOFbill,KennyBanya, GreenBay#13. And a special shouot out to Summer of '69; hey long before I made donuts, I was there in '69, and a proud attendee of Woodstock 1. Back to donuts, remember: "We cut no corners to make well rounded donuts."
L.T. Linebacker09hg - February 09, 2012 - Report this comment
Dutch cheered the GIANTS and we won! He and his donuts are a class act; all the way. And you haters keep your jive in check. Dutch is a great man.
7fh4e7y - February 10, 2012 - Report this comment
Yeah*&that's my haddle going back to DOS. Eat Dutch Mill going through college and had a sister that dated a man that worked there. the donuts and the owner are the real deal. back off and bring these babies back. Old school New Jersey and used to go downt the shore in nj.
sluggerOFyester GOOD YEAR 1958 - February 29, 2012 - Report this comment
Here's a question only 'The Real Dutch,' could help with --- Dutch Mill, whom I loved, had these Dunkin Donut style munchkins with multi colored spinkles on them. DEE-licious! I think the moto was: "A Galaxy of Sprinkins." Did you guys get that idea from Hostess, or did you come up with that idea and moto all by yourself, Dutch? P.S. Would be great to see another Dutch Mill donut back in our super markets. But, if the customer won't pay for quality, I guess the manufacturers hands are tied. Thank for all the great tasty memories, Dutch, and be well.
Dutch - March 02, 2012 - Report this comment
OK, thanks sluggerOFyester GOOD YEAR 1958, 7fh4e7y,and L.T. Linebacker09hg. Here goes; Just reading the box from my collection: "Send your taste buds into orbit with Dutch Mill Shootin' Stars - With a Galaxy of Sprinkles Inside and Out.... --for a treat that's out of this world!" See box at: http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?x0nw06ar66u2vvf other box at: http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?2c8ualqemkcaj7j We were making donut holes and got this cool digital scale for filling the boxes. We got a sprinkle applicator at an auction, after our plant manager Ed McD. thought up the sprinkle idea. I think he thought up the Galaxy theme too. Hey we never copied Hostess, but Entenmann's copied us - converting to an 8-pack, similar flavors etc. PS: so after I sold to Tasty, I rented the plant to a gymnasium for handicapped children, called - Shooting Stars Gymnastics. Total coincidence. Now the plant is again vacant and I am trying to rent to - a donut maker! If he comes in, maybe we can resurrect something.... Tasty owned the Dutch Mill name, but I know the formulas...
New School Dough"Nut" - March 04, 2012 - Report this comment
Holy Cow Train! This guy is the real Dutch! No doubt. I talked to three different Facebook pals that swore this guy was a front. We Love U Dutch!! Anything to bring back the Dutch Mill donuts of the past. But if it can't be done, thanks for the memories! You ROCK, bro!
Nancy C. - March 06, 2012 - Report this comment
My duaghter and i were driving back from her "High School Musical" song recital and she asked me what life was like when i was in high school. I told her my friends and i would get together, practice songs from "Greece" and "Oaklahoma" and snack on Dutch Mill Shootin' Stars! Thanks, "New School" for telling us where to see the old pictures. Mr. Dutch was and King of donuts!
nORMAN - March 14, 2012 - Report this comment
Single best web-page I've been on for the last two years. Loved Dutch Mill and the '80s.
Dutch - March 16, 2012 - Report this comment
Thanks New School. Nancy C., I sing too - mostly tenor in the church choir but a lot of acoustic rock - Beatles and Stones, etc. C'mon, somebody ask me a hard question about Dutch Mill.
Hie*88 - March 18, 2012 - Report this comment
DangBoy9thisDutchisTheRealDeal---GarentEE, i come up with one that 'might' stump him.
Torus - March 24, 2012 - Report this comment
Dutch, can you give us the complete list of all the varieties and flavors of donuts that Dutch Mill made?
KenInATee8 - April 02, 2012 - Report this comment
Good 1 T-man *^ I and i was gonna ask something like that. I saz it was around 16 different varieties. And ... i will cum up with an even harder one for the Dutch Man! You are da best d9man. Y is it nobody makes 'em like you any more?!!
Mannequin1986/1987 - April 08, 2012 - Report this comment
Oh yeah, Dutch Mill was the best by a ton and dem some. You know they want us back ... or we will attack ... and Taskty Cake dont' want that. These guys were as big a part of the 80's as Roanald Reagan, Miami Vice, MTV, the beginning of ESPN and big hair on hot chicks as anything out there!!!
Dawn*D*LickUs09 - April 20, 2012 - Report this comment
OMG8 My girlfriend and BFF from Easter Christian had the biggest cruch on D-u-t-c-h back in the ... well 000 don't want to say how long. But when I told her I liked Dutch Mill white powder dontus she said, and picked up a Twinkie, squezed the cream out, put some in her mouth, and said, "I wish this were Dutch's Cream!" We were bad girls, but LOVED Dutchie's donuts. Well obviously my girlfriend liked Dutch even better. He was gorgious for an older guy. (*^^%
Lil'Crispy - April 28, 2012 - Report this comment
Dear Dutch, First off, sorry there are so many nuts on this page. Many smart, good people, but others with obvious issues. TWO QUESTIONS. A) Did you ever think about starting your own Dutch Mill page. This sight is ok, I guess, but maybe a page that has more high tech graphics, and overall tech skills. Be great to see all the old photos. B) Is there a chance you might ever reveal the old recipees??? I believe you when you say TaskyCake does not use your old formula. In fact, I'd hate to think how that hack company makes their donuts. Crapp, I'm guessing is a key ingredient. Thanks, Dutch, for everthing your did. On a scale of 1 to 10, your donuts were a solid TEN. Sad part is no other donuts is even a six.
Izick - May 02, 2012 - Report this comment
Dutch Millz was the best. I miss them. Please bring dem back
AbbeyCoRoad - May 05, 2012 - Report this comment
I heard the owner of the famous Dutch Mill passed away. If you listen carefully to the Beatles album you hear it spoken, "I buried Dutch."
The'80sLegend1965(From New Jersey 'W') - May 07, 2012 - Report this comment
Heard Dutch Mill Donuts is coming back, but with only 4 different styles till they get back on their feet. And, "Mr Dutch" is not dead. Just a hoax like with Paul "McCart" in the Beatles. Legends never die. They just fade away.
Dutch - May 09, 2012 - Report this comment
You guys are funny. YOU! AbbeyCoRoad I heard that on the album too - but I heard "John, make donuts..." Sorry I haven't been here for a while. Dawn*D*LickUs09 where were you girls when I needed you? Anyway Torus, here goes: Plain, Sugared, Cinnamon, Glazed, Chocolate Glazed,and Whole Wheat 8 packs, later changed to 6 packs by Tasty; Chocolate Covered, Chocolate Covered and Chocolate 6 packs (preferred by 19 out of 20 samplers overn Ent--mann's in blind taste tests), Donut Holes in Sugared, Glazed, Chocolate Covered and sprinkles called Shootin Stars. Oh yea Variety Packs originally 8 pack then 6 pack. And "Pieces" - broken donuts we sold at Paramus Thrift. Also muffins - Cranberry Orange, Butter Pecan, Chocolate Chip, Corn, Raisin Bran. Pound Cake, Marble Pound Cake, Angel Cake, Chocolate Angel Cake. Cookies: Chocolate Chip, Oatmeal, Sugar, Oat Crispies. I think that's it.
Torus - May 11, 2012 - Report this comment
Yes, I am indeed in the company of The Ledgend. And I don't mean John Holms. You are the man, Dutch. I worship before you and the Altar of baked goods.
The Come Back Kid 1975 - May 11, 2012 - Report this comment
Holy Cow! This page is THE REAL DEAL!!! Don't want to give my real name yet, but now, "I'm a Beliver!" as the Monkey'S would say. But, like That Dutch dude, I'm a Beatles fan. Can't believe this is for real!
CJ - May 14, 2012 - Report this comment
Somebody,PLEASE re-create Dutch Mill Donuts!!!!
Earnie Banks - May 15, 2012 - Report this comment
Let's play two; and then eat two Dutch Mill Donuts. I'm with ya, CJ. But, in truth, can anyone but the master really re-create Dutch Mill. But then again, I'm asking, too.
Ty - May 16, 2012 - Report this comment
The Zen philosopher Basha once wrote: A flute without holes, is not a flute. A donut without a hole, is a Danish.
New School 1980s - May 16, 2012 - Report this comment
And a world without Dutch Mill is like Heaven without Angels. If you Dutchers bring back just 1, make it Chocolate Angel Cake. Nobody comes close to anything you guys made!
C.H. Investiment67 - May 16, 2012 - Report this comment
XXX Some of my people have had our doubts. After all, there is so very much badness on the internet. But, Mr. Dutch, our saving grace in the world of bakery has proven himself. Do you uneducated, uniformed minds know your movie history? DUTCH IS REAL. Do you recall Beneath The Planet of the Apes the mutants when they worships an atomic bomb? They took off their masks and showed their vein faces. THEY Found their GOD and were willing to live the moment. We are a very large contingent with the real DUTCH: Caspay, Negro: I reveal my Inmost Self unto my God. Albina, Fat man: Unto my God. Congregation: [singing] Unto my God! Archambeault Eagle - July 04, 2010 Doughboy1917 - August 14, 2010 These old school souls are, and might be willing to come back to Dutch Mill. BUT, stop the non-sense. No more uneducated fools and pranksters. After all, Dutch is real. And, like the mutants. We must reveal ourselves before the Altar of baked good, and reveal Our Inmost Selves unto Our God.
Token - May 18, 2012 - Report this comment
Those Ape Movies were in the 1970s. But then they did define the 1980s, too. Just like Dutch Mill
Young Blood uy68 - May 19, 2012 - Report this comment
Yo gang at cheers-- didn't know you guys were out there. As a "yoot" I bearly remember Mill Donuts on the b-tab. Don't remember eating any. But I bet dey were good very. Came on this page when I went on this general web page. But love the chats. You guys are the coolest! Will be back and miss my bro who died in desert Storm. Remember he'd eat these things. Damn I miss them. But love you guys and wish they would come back. All of them. This is really weird. Remeber that box with the babyblue lighhouse and the beams coming out. Thing the donuts were plain, chocalate and white. still can't drink coffe, but you guys made it real, yo. it's funny the things you remember. It's so cool you guys are keeping this box alive. Went on the page where you could see the actuall boxes. Didn't think anyone cared. Didn't think it was anything to anyone else. And you people have the funniest story's! Maybe me feel like I was back in 1`985 with my bro. Thanks guys and stop the hate! You are all so very cool. Made me cry and that don't happen much.
Blueberry Love Child - May 22, 2012 - Report this comment
OMG, just went to my dad's this past weekend and we watched the entire Planet of the Apes series from the 80's. Loved those crazey guys with the messed up faces. I will also reveal myself to my God; who is The Dutch Man. Didn't have Dutch Millers, but my dad said they were the all time best donuts!
H8I-)(cool&Sign - May 24, 2012 - Report this comment
You guys rock the dough. Bring 'em back so cool
1976Reds - May 24, 2012 - Report this comment
Oldest team in baseball as professionals and Dutch Mill is the cream of the crop when it comes to baked goods. Where have these guys gone? Grew up in NJ, but now live in CinRedCountry. Going to a game on Friday, May 27th, 2012. GO REDS and put Pete in The Hall.
Kate - May 28, 2012 - Report this comment
My stepfather won our hearts with Dutchmill double chocolate donuts twenty years ago. They were the first sweets ever allowed in our home. I was thinking about them today as my boyfriend was winning my kids over with cheesy fries. So sad Dutchmill is no more.
Doughboy1917 - May 30, 2012 - Report this comment
Welcome to the site, Kate. Great story! That's what people such as those Taskyclerks don't understand ... Dutch Mill was more than a baked good. It's the stuff memories are made out of. But, I do have a slight issue with some on this page. Some clown named "C.H. Investimen67" from the date: May 16; said I, meaning Doughboy1917, "may be willing to come back." I DON'T KNOW THIS PERSON! Please don't speak for me. Yes, I know that my Dutch Mill posts have gotten great reviews, and people have looked to me for leadership, but don't misrepresent the Doughboy from 1917. If, you know Archambeault Eagle, I can't say. But I do not know you, sir, or ma'am! I stayed away from this site for some time, for very personal reasons, but I have decided to come back; and, on my own terms. It would appear as if there is a new generation of Dutch Mill fans. Great news. This was not just the best donut, but the best baked good of all time. And, believe me, I know my history. Last point ... I, the Doughboy from 1917, have decided that Dutch is for real! And as much as I have contempt for this joker by the name of C.H. Investimen67, I would also reveal true self to Dutch. And by the way Mr. Dutch. Would you please ask folks on this page not to misrepresent themselves. It dihonors me, you, and most important, the best baked goods of all time.
Aimee - May 30, 2012 - Report this comment
Great pasion everyone. That's what it's about. Was wondering if Dutch Mill Donuts was ever coming back, and now we know where to check. Wish they would.
paul - May 30, 2012 - Report this comment
Let's take a breather for one sec. We have to come together, because this BS is endless. Dutch Mill is dead, Dutch is gone and we will never have the best donut in the world back. Deal with it people. Sure they were the best, but let it live in our dreams. But even more important, let's get along and talk about the gooe times. And, as far as this "Dutch" person. You let us go and no other company has the skills to do your donuts and that's our fault. We didn't do our part to support your product so let us die in peace. You WERE the man but you gave up and Tasty-jerks don't have the skill, desire or desire to do a good donut. So let it rest. And to paraphrase that jerk who quoted Planet of the Apes: Damn you ... Damn you all to hell.
Doughboy1917 - June 01, 2012 - Report this comment
TODAY IS NATIONAL DONUT DAY! No joke. It's the first Friday of June. In fact, go back to my post on June 5, 2009. Says it all. Dunkin Donuts and Crispy Cream are giving away free donuts today. Just wish Dutch Mill was, too. That would mean the best doughnuts ever were back. Did you ever give away free donuts on this day, Dutch, to honor the men and women of WWI? And how about the Salvation Army and all their wonderful work. Also, Dutch, I have some questions for you. If you're man enough to take them on!
Sue - June 01, 2012 - Report this comment
My grandmother on my father's side was in the Salvation Army. I did not know that Doughboy. Great fact. And I'll try to find a free donut today; but still wish it was Dutch Miller
XwStationary - June 01, 2012 - Report this comment
They will B back
ONESt - June 01, 2012 - Report this comment
Think about the first time I had these. Can't believe that Dutch guy got he color from the Dutch when they fought for Germary for world wars two. Don't like that cause, but still a cool story, kind of. But great donuts. Maybe the best there ever was. Bring them back.
Dutch - June 01, 2012 - Report this comment
Happy Donut Day folks. Nobody misses Dutch Mill more than I do. Thanks for all the kind words, Torus, CJ, Come Back Kid, New School, Blueberry, Kate. Hey Pail, sorry I let you down; it was sell or fold. Hey ONE St., the Dutch were against Germany not for 'em. But hey that was long ago. They're both good folks now. You guys make me want to bring the donuts back. All I need is a few $ million.... OK Doughboy1917, you got questions? I got answers! Bring 'em on - gimme your best shot! Seriously, you guys make me proud. Love, Dutch.
Topps 1975 - June 04, 2012 - Report this comment
Dutch is THE MAN. Some ubran myths from the old days of 1970's & 1980's. A) Bubble Yum gun was made with spider eggs. B) If you mix Pop Rocks with soda, your stomach will explode. C) Dutch Mill had up to a dozen smoking hot college co-eds licking each box shut. I'm almost possitive that can't be true, but, like all myths, could there be a little eliment of truth to it? Yours with love, props & respect. -Topps 1975
Tim - June 06, 2012 - Report this comment
These guys were the best donuts ever. No doubt. Glad to see I'm hardly alone.
Brian7 - June 08, 2012 - Report this comment
I know nobody else comes close, but what donuts does Dutch think is hte best. If any? I haven't found one, but keep hoping.
Laser Jim Beam - June 12, 2012 - Report this comment
I eat them wit Bourbon and Ale. Two weeks from now is the 26th of June!
C.H.Investment67 - June 14, 2012 - Report this comment
Great to see an old school buddy, Doughboy1917, is back. Now where's Archambeault Eagle? And what's up "Laser Jim?" What's so great about June 26? Is that Dutch's birthday or someone elses that we love. And don't forget gang ... When we talk about Dutch, we must start and/or end our posts with: "I reveal my Inmost Self Unto my God."
Dutch - June 16, 2012 - Report this comment
Hey let's not get carried away '67, even though I appreciate good hyperbole as well as the next guy. Are you class of 67 by any chance? I am (high school.) There, that will drive off a few donut lovers ("Jees, this guy's old.") Well I didn't ask to get this old, and I still feel thirty most of the time. And yes, those hot college co-eds did exist - in my mind!
Bon timmy - June 18, 2012 - Report this comment
these donuts were the best all time
Doughboy1917 - June 22, 2012 - Report this comment
Watch yourself with "67," Dutch. He claimed he knew, and/or was friends with me. Alas he was not. I"m H.S.Class of 77' myself and I know what you mmean about feeling 30. And, no, we're not that old. Not when you keep a spiritual heart, mind and soul. Body helps, too, which is why I still march like the troops in WW!. As far as you're concerned "67." I like ya, kid. You're got moxie. Keep it up, but for the record, I don't know you. Watch the movie, "The Sting" with Pau Newman and Robert Redford, 1973, to get the context behind the line," You've got moxie.
Laser Jim Beam - June 26, 2012 - Report this comment
I'll tell you C.H. man. I got a new car today! I'm thinking about painting it the colors of the old Dutch Mill Donut box! Great story, Dutch about how you picked those colors. And stupid people don't get who that color represents. THE GOOD GUYS, not the bad guys, bro.
dgo38 - June 26, 2012 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill was the treat of a lifetime. Had them first, was it 1`975? Is that when they first came out Mr. Ditch? Cool that the owner who never quite is part of da page. I thinks it was 1975. I eat them, listened to Disco and did the duck.
Bornocilli - June 29, 2012 - Report this comment
Dutch is King!
bornocilli II - June 29, 2012 - Report this comment
... and the actors we sing
HardySummerof1986 - July 02, 2012 - Report this comment
Yes, they should be back. Didn't know till my sister's boyfriend told me we can't have our "summer tradition donuts" anymore. What does that mean? We used to have big "smoking" parties back in 1985, 1986, and pig out on Double Chocolate and even all the other brands. Loved the pound cakes, too.
Archambeault Eagle - July 04, 2012 - Report this comment
Archambeault Eage is BACK! I was gone for a very long time, but two thinkgs brought me back. But first, I don't know you either, Mr. "C.H.Investement67." WHO ARE YOU, AND DON'T say you know me; or imply that notion. Doughboy1917 may claim a Dutch Mill friendship, but not you; at least not at this time. But you have revieled yourself by saying to Dutch: "I revaeal my inmost self to my God." In this case, it's Mr. John Sandford, and that is cool. He has always known, like us, his doughnuts were the best, but does not make a point of it. Compaired to TasktyCake and those other frauds, he is a big man. BUT HERE IS WHAT BROUGHT ME BACK: A) John "Dutch" Sandford has proven, in my humble opinion, to be the real deal. God Bless him, and us, for that. You, sir, are a person hero to me and countless Americans. B) The TWILIGHT ZONE marathone is BACK on this 4th of July. Words can tell us how wonderful that is. So here is my questin for all of you, including, and especially you, Dutch. How much do you love The Twilight Zone? Please tell us you love it so very much. And, yes, today my brother is in from Oregon and we still have another keg that needs drinking. We should all do what we can to bring back Dutch Mill. Now only if we can turn around America. Happy birthday U.S.A.
LordStrikingThunder - July 04, 2012 - Report this comment
I'm thrilled this thread was started on Dutch Mill Donuts, and as you can tell, many others are as well. Their glazed donuts were incredible - slightly crispy on the outside, soft and cake-like in the inside.
PowerOfDoughNUTZ - July 04, 2012 - Report this comment
Hey everyone, GREAT web-page. Never seen a sight that had so many cool names! "LordStrikingThunder" and "ArchairEagle" take the cake. And, "Yes," L-S-T, the Dutch Mill Glazed were incredible, and, in my humble opinion under talked about on these sight. But, that's my only critique. And, "Yes" A+Eagle, "Happy Birthday America!" And, thanks for telling us about The Twilight Zone marathone. Checked the upcoming shows and at 8 p.m. "Will the real martian please stand up" is on. Actually, there are a bunch of great ones on. At 8:30 p.m. check out the one about "Maple Street." Rod Serling's ending speach of that episode is pure poetry mixed with wisdom and a stern warning. Hey, you guys are a smart and creative bunch. Just trying to keep up. AND LOVE THE NAMES YOU PEOPLE PICK. Best web page I've ever been on because it's so passionate, smart, wierd and funny. It would be so cool to meet all of you ... well, most of you over some coffee and, of course, Dutch Mill donuts. I'm going for the glazed! But there's really no bad choice when picking Dutch Mill.
Silver & Gold 648 - July 05, 2012 - Report this comment
Got a tweet about 'The Zone' & great donuts. Couldn't believe it, but this is something special
Dutch - July 07, 2012 - Report this comment
Hello from Dutch. Hey Laser if you want the Dutch Mill colors I can tell you that on the PMS color chart used for printing the boxes they were 280C and 278C. I think the dark blue was 280. I loved those colors. and white was the third color! We used it for reverse lettering, popping through, as much as the dark blue for lettering. I had a '75 Camaro, my first new car, painted almost the light blue. OK my wife talked me into it. It was a little gay for my taste as a car color. But it was a nice car. Now as to the comment from HardySummerof1986 about smoking and eating double chocolate, I ain't saying nothin' but you can imagine how we came up with them. PS the first Dutch Mill Donut hit the market around 1980. Before that they were Garden State Farms. Well cheers all!
The "Love" of 'The Haight' - July 07, 2012 - Report this comment
Check this out first before I get back to y\we\\ about where this old hippie is coming from. Got one of those "Tweet" things. Yes, I've sold out. Graduated Wayne Hills High School in 1969. Actually went to 'The Wood' in Summer of '69. After droping out of "Bill on the Hill" and then Montclair State, I went out to S.F. Dropped a lot of 'you know what,' smoked the good stuff and made love like a monkey, I came back to Wayne, N.J. in the late 70's. I got to realize that what I was running from was right infront of me all along. The early 80's came along and while some said the '60s were dead, my friends in Wayne let me know they were always there' in our hearts and collective souls. The '60s were considered "Shiit" at that time with MTV, Miami Vice and Wall Street, but my old friends from N in the J, New Jersey, Wayne, wouldn't let them die. NO COKE, but good smokes and Then we partied. And YES, Dutch Mill came into play! OHh yeah, those were the best. Now I'm back in S.F. and life is good, I guess, but it took my old gang back in Wayne and Dutch Mill to give my the best memories. Can't believe how old I am and that I actually got a tweet, and am responding to a tweet, but my partner and I love you guys. Actually had my first day off in 15 days and read every post on this fabulous site. Dutch and all of you are real. Even if it's a collective product of our own imaginations. Am I a hippie, or what? Check this out you young pups: Haight-Ashbury is a district of San Francisco, California, named for the intersection of Haight and Ashbury streets. It is also called The Haight and The Upper Haight.[2]
OIK*& - July 08, 2012 - Report this comment
wTf?! What's with this tweet?
Charlew - July 09, 2012 - Report this comment
May we all have the4 proverbial "sit0down?" READ the entire page before you comment! Dutch Mill was, and will always be the absolute best. READ why, and why they can't come back. It's because WE let them down. Quality is not longer a part of store bought donuts. Get used to it people. Very sad, but at least there are those that understand.
Bobby(HEART_89 - July 13, 2012 - Report this comment
Heard Dutch had to go out of business on Friday the 13th. That's today, but this was in 1995. Threw in the towle cause it couldn't sell and he didn't go the extra mile. But that other dude is right. We let ourselves down and now we pay.
C.H.Investment67 - July 13, 2012 - Report this comment
YES! You guys came around. I'm new, but you get it. So many of us. The C.H. Man is gonna start Facebooking and Tweeting. I LOVE U ALL. And don't "Hate" on Dutch. WQ Havve 2 Bring it Back. Wise 8Potato9 Chips like. I'm high on life and the stuff that made us eat tons of Dutch Mill
Sweet Cherry 16-1988 - July 13, 2012 - Report this comment
Lost my Cherry back in '88 and wished it was Dutch. The peeps are right as rain. He had the hearts of many young girls. But, what I want to know after this wet tweet is what was Dutch boy's favorit donut? And don't be a pusssy and say, "all of them!" That would be so soft, and the girls know that's not you. Just pick one. Just wish that one was me. You were so hot, but bet you're still a hot older guy. I loved putting those things in my mouth.
Keep it '60s - July 14, 2012 - Report this comment
ok folks, let's keep it clean. however, we do enjy the frisky stuff. but seriously, not so over the top. got a question for dutch ... if he can handle it ... 'what was the indredient you added to the pound cakes. it was a lot of money, relitive to the amount, but it made it happen. came in a small jar and your peeps thought you were crazy to use it. also, you had an old manager from a big baking company working for you back in, circa, 1986. WHO was that. personally, i'm sure you're the real deal, but you asked for the "test."
Easy Iris - July 21, 2012 - Report this comment
Heard they're bringing back Dutch's Mills in Ocean County, New Jersey, but only in that county. I'd go there, but then again- I'm here!
michael p. around 1972 - July 28, 2012 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill has to do a commemorative donut box for the XXX Olympic Games and commemorate the 1972 Games which were so very historic. Now that would be cool! Thanks for bringing them back. Can't wait for them to be in my kitchen!
S - July 28, 2012 - Report this comment
Hey dumb hole()Dey aren't doing themdem anymore& and get git wit it. i'z wiz dey were back. hardtimz
Michael Phelps English Papers call him THE BEST - July 31, 2012 - Report this comment
Ture story: Michaels parents used to tell him in a Baltimore swiming pool that if he did swiming well, he'd get a Dutch Mill donut; cinimon and plain. Had an "ex" in the city and she told me first hand.
JEI*^ - July 31, 2012 - Report this comment
i have to say that I loved Dutch Mills' so much from my moms and even dad even thought he never said he liked them but eat them one night when he didn't know i waz looking. best of all time and a travesty they are not here anymore. please cum on this page if they ever come back
sue - August 01, 2012 - Report this comment
They're BACk, just bought a six-pack of plains in Seashide Hights in the local bodaga!
New York Hork4 - August 02, 2012 - Report this comment
Get Dutch Mill back in Manhattan! Used to buy them back in 1994 when I lived with some nice Hebrew girl on 88th Street. Loved to eat both of them.
Beth - August 02, 2012 - Report this comment
get it
Greg - August 04, 2012 - Report this comment
Dutch Miiz wax the bsst store bought donuts iz ever had. And my sister and me had them watching the WWF ane Friday Nigh vieios. Remeber tha?
The Big Lowboski - August 09, 2012 - Report this comment
Just bring them back, baby!
Jennie - August 11, 2012 - Report this comment
As a quenticential child of the eighties, I can tell you first hand, these donuts were a big part of our lives. Don't think they're back, I checked, but if they were, I'd be a part of a new history. Thank you everyone for wishing they were. I love you all and keep the eighties alive!
Raw Deal Comando - August 15, 2012 - Report this comment
If Arnold Schartzanager took over the new Dutch Mill with Mr. Sandford they'd have to hold a press conference so when someone askes what's going on with the best store bought donut comapny in history, Arnold could say: "We're Back."
Dutch - August 15, 2012 - Report this comment
Wow, or OMG (that stands for oh my gosh, in case you are over 40 like me)I love all your stuff. To The "Love" of 'The Haight', I too was at The Wood - that's the first Woodstock, when Jimmy played during the rain. And when they had to shut down the mics, we beat on soda cans the rhythm of the moment.... Sweet Cherry 16-1988, you still get under my skin. Keep it '60s, in answer to your question, I am forgetting some of the names of my managers, but Ed McDermott was my long standing manager. Before him I had Walt Allen's dad. Walt did maintenance. You may be thinking of him. Yes, he had come from Drakes. Must be him. I also had Vic Frumont, who runs another company now. Lots of good people. And the ingredient in the small jar in the pound cakes? I think that must have been the Virginia Dare two fold pure vanilla. Or maybe it was the lemon zest. Arg, those pound cakes were hard to make - very rich and sometimes they would fall.... As to the other comments about Dutch Mill coming back - if it were true - YOU ALL WOULD BE THE FIRST TO KNOW! Love, Dutch
Steve - August 17, 2012 - Report this comment
Dutch Rocks, Dutch Mill Rocks & The '80s Live Forever!!! And Woodstock was only made all the cooler because of our donut hero!
jei6 - August 21, 2012 - Report this comment
bring 'dem back
New School Cool 95 - August 22, 2012 - Report this comment
Got a Tweet from my bro, and turned me on to this site. Can't believe this old man donut guy went to W@@dSood?! My dad, who I lost back in 95 went and he told me the stories. He made money after being a Hippie, but didn't think there were any more out there. He'd get me Dutch's donuts after a good baseball practice (Double Chocolate) and he'd eat the plains, and it was the single best memory I have. Don't matter if they don't come back or not. The Spirit LIVES!
The look like the nowm943 - September 11, 2012 - Report this comment
Just got turned on to this page. E Un be lievable! @Why don't we have donuts like this anymore?
Katz - September 20, 2012 - Report this comment
The donuts were Great; but so is everyone on this page for keeping the memories alive. New School is right on the money: The spirit does live
October Baseball 73 - October 15, 2012 - Report this comment
Got to admit, nothing like October baseball and a fresh box of Dutch Mill. Doing both of them right now. Grew up in St. Louis and also lived in Oakland, New Jersey. There I learned the art of Dutch Mill. Let's Go Cards!
KIZZ LIZE 1978 - October 16, 2012 - Report this comment
I agree with Katz when he says that he agrees with New School Cool 95; The Spirit does LIZE just like KISS ruled in the '70s
Catholic Girl 1986 - October 21, 2012 - Report this comment
Met "Dutch" back in the late 80's when my friend that went to Easten Christian. Different Churches but it was still real. Had a cruch on him then and still do. Tell the truth, didn't like his donuts, but he was, and still is, a stud. Didn't know how to say it, but wish we could meet again.
Liz567 - October 25, 2012 - Report this comment
dutch mill ain't coming back. Aren't man enough
SaBrina - October 25, 2012 - Report this comment
Just got a Tweet from this page. What's UP? My first boyfriend worked at Dutch Mill! Didn't know they were gone. Work out 7 days a week and don't eat snacks because I yack every night to keep my a** in business but would like to try these treats. HEY, girl's got to have some fun. AND, my girlfriend from high school had a cruch of that dutch guy and his workers. HEY, I'd throw-up on those Dutch Mill donuts things. But seriously, this web page is SO cool. Is Dutch Boy single? This page is SO COOL!
Great View 69 - November 01, 2012 - Report this comment
Who Tweeted me? Whoever, how'd you know I liked Dutches Mill?! Thought I was the oly one! You guys and gals are great. Any single women out there? I know you are, cause I totally love their comments and revealings. Bring back Dutches Mill and the cutties.
Andrea 7 - November 04, 2012 - Report this comment
Is Duch ok? Just one of many that loved you and your great treats. God Bless you and all the other people of New Jersey. Live in Texas now after being born in NJ. Been here since 1998 and have a man and little one. Boy But still think of you Dutchie. But now we should all pray for you. Be safe and even if you can't do your best to bring your treats back, loved the pound cakes and dreamed you pound me the same way with the swirl, we hope you're ok. Pray for all's of Dutch's people because he is from New Jersey and Texas should do a better job
stan h - November 04, 2012 - Report this comment
Yes, many tweets. Somebody's running a campaign and I'v for Mitt. But how'd they know I remembered these Dutch Donuts? That's what I want to know. This guy must have been John Holmes on Viagra based on these latest ads. But I just loved his cinnamin and plains. Too bad they're gone. Now stop tweeting me.
ju8 - November 09, 2012 - Report this comment
Don't really appreciate the tweets talking about Dutch telling us how great Obama is. Keep politics out of this. Don't need to know Dutch believes Obama is the greatest thing since powdered donuts. Shame of you for kicking us when we're down. Don't feel the same about this company anymore
Donut Man Sam 09 - November 12, 2012 - Report this comment
don't really care about politics although all the spending is going to hurt this country. Do care about the hot chicks on this page and the Dutch Mill Donuts which the THE BEST!
NO more Roethisberger - November 15, 2012 - Report this comment
I'm an oldie on this donut page. Don't believe me? Check May 9, 2012! And, once again, Big Ben is out. And Dutch Mill is still out. Too bad about Andrew and Ben. I'm gonna start tweeting about this page, too. And, guess what ... me and the husband are 'splizville.' Won't miss the bastardd. And, I'm still hot and have 'the bod.' How'd you like a Cogar, Dutch. Have seen you pix and you're the man. Eat this whole! ha ha Had to say it, this page is nutz!
batman70 - November 17, 2012 - Report this comment
Just found this site after talking to parents about dutchmill donuts and you will be extremely happy to knowthat arnold bread will be distributing dutchmill donuts again starting in may of 2013. I cant wait.this is no joke.
kay d - December 05, 2012 - Report this comment
OMG, Batman7-0!! This made my Christmas. Best news I heard all year
Stan - December 07, 2012 - Report this comment
Talk about an early Christmas gift! Great news indeed. When Dutch Mill is back on in stores, I'm the first one there. This totally makes up for Pearl Harbor.
Robert "Sarg" - December 10, 2012 - Report this comment
No, Stan. I, Robert, will be the first there. One of Dutch Mill's bigget fans. Thank you to Mr. Dutch for doing the right think for the pople. But don't much care for the joke about Pearl Harbor. My son served in Pearl Harbor so to me, that's not funny.
Stan - December 11, 2012 - Report this comment
What are you, Sarg, 110 years old; or is that the joke. Good one. But seriously people ... let's tell the world the great news. I'm Tweeting everyone. And when you Tweet, ask the person coming one here, who sent them. Dutch Mill coming back is the biggest "inthe80s.com" story of the last 5 years. Heck, it's the biggest donut story in the last 50! American History will remember this May 2013.
Ravi Sharkar fan1971 - December 12, 2012 - Report this comment
Got the tweet, Stan! However, don't know you ... how'd you know I like/love Dutch Mills? This is a day I will never forget ... for better and worse. Pople Benedict sent his first tweet and I got my very first ... and it was Dutch Mill! Love both Benedict XVI and Dutch Mill, but heard Dutch and his wife don't think much of Catholics. But still love his donuts. Today is also 12/12/12. How cool is that?! The day, month and year won't match again until January 1, 2101. Think about it ... 1/1/1. Hope our donuts come back by then. Although, I now hear they will be back in 4 months. Still can't believe it. And, some sad news ... Ravi Sharkar died. He's the sitar guy that influened George Harrison. Very cool, dude. Ravi Sharkar also played opening day at Woodstock. Know Dutch remembers that, or was he too stoned like the rest of us. Ha ha ha Thanks, Dutch, and won't hate on you for dissing Republicans, Catholics and others. That's what's great about being a conservative rocker. We judge people, events and organizations by quality and not by what they are, but who they are. Ravi Sharkar got it and so do we. By the way ... Ravi Sharkar was shocked when Jimi Hendrix set his guitar on fire. In India instraments are considered tools of the Gods. I think even Dutch would undertand that.
Ravi Sharkar fan1971 - December 12, 2012 - Report this comment
Whooops ... the spirit of Ravi Sharkar said it's the saying "By what they are and not who they are." Thank you Dutch for bringing these babies back! God Bless you all and Merry Christmas and Hanaka! Dutch Mill was blessed by a Rabi and that's cool for our Jewish brothers and sisisters' Hey, I'm gonna tweet all these messages out!
ted - December 12, 2012 - Report this comment
GREAT NEWS -- Gust got The Pope's Tweet -- It read: "So glad to hear Dutch Mill donuts are coming back! Love to all. Yours truly, The Pope & Friends at The Vat."
Dartmouth class of '94 - December 13, 2012 - Report this comment
This is the news of the year and this Ivy Boy is ready to party like it's 1999! Will tweet those on my end. Also, this news should bring some of the old timers back. Go back to October of 2010. You'll see who I am. Now more old schoolers chime in.
Led Zep09 - December 14, 2012 - Report this comment
That's for the update boys & girls. I'll get the word out on this end. Thank you and can't wait
Lisa - December 14, 2012 - Report this comment
Today is a day to cry
HG71 - December 16, 2012 - Report this comment
Please, yes, pray for those poor people. You are talking about that terrbile crime. Right, Lisa? The world needs good people more than ever.
No more Roethisberger - December 17, 2012 - Report this comment
Tried watching the game last night to take my mind off that horrible event in Newtown Conn. Let us all pray for those little Angels. And God Bless all the good people.
CapeMayCap - December 19, 2012 - Report this comment
Kind and thoughtfull words from some nice folks. Yes, it's me, CapeMayCap and I loged into this page 8/26/09. YES, that is correct; over three years ago. Made tons of calls to Tastycake and it looks my my hard work payed off. Others helped, too I'm sure. Pease and love to all and God Bless all going through so very hard times.
Ray Mc - December 20, 2012 - Report this comment
Holy Cow! As The Scooter Phil Rizzuto would say. I am not alone in missing Dutch Mill. Are they really coming back? So cool. But then again the next day is: December 21, 2012, the end of the world. OH No! But if we make it, you bet I'll be jumping into a tub of Dutch Mill donuts. Thanks so much for whoever is bringing them back.
Cliff - December 20, 2012 - Report this comment
What's the deal. I thought the Dutch owner guy died. Is someone else really going to make his donuts?
Dr. Donut 1970 - December 21, 2012 - Report this comment
By said 1970, I practically had a PhD in donutology so don't question this man. Great, they're bringing them back, Dutch Mill that is. But, and I only say this because of my extensive knowlege of this particular topic. Make sure you, Dutch Mill, hire back the same management team and much of the old staff. Here is why ... obviously the same recipe will be used. But so what in terms of production. For example, everyone has their favorite breakfast joint to eat at. But, every notice some places can mess up the "simple" orders. Not everyone makes the same meal the same way. Don't mess this up Dutch Mill!
Heather - December 22, 2012 - Report this comment
With all respect, "Dr. Donut," just who in the heck do you think you are? Please keep your ignorant and obnoxious views to yourself. There are those on this that view Dutch as a God. Men want to be him and women want to be with him. Be grateful this icon is bringing his donuts back!
Kunta - December 22, 2012 - Report this comment
Who's Dutch? He like their maskot like The Geico Lizard?
seaside1985phukouba - December 23, 2012 - Report this comment
remeber
Debbie Does detriot - December 23, 2012 - Report this comment
Yes, that's a joke name. BUt for real, please tell me these guys are coming back. Best donuts in the world and I have so many great stories. PLEASAE be for real. And, for the rocord, I think It stincks that so many of you chose to be rude. Dutch Mill was the best and these low brow comments only serve to bring this brand down.. If you want to do that BUTY TASTEECAKE. My GOD do they SUCK! Is that all we have to buy?!?!?!
Jake's rommie - December 23, 2012 - Report this comment
Now I get the text, jakie. goes back to WPC circa '86 and getting high. best ever
Dr. Donut 1970 - December 24, 2012 - Report this comment
This message is direct to that "Heather person" from December 22, 2012. But, first off, Happy Holiday's to all the true Dutch Mill followers. As far as your query, "Heather," you ask: "Who do I think I am?" I'm an American and a vet!
Cliff - December 24, 2012 - Report this comment
Dude, you're an animal doctor?
Dr. Donut 1970 - December 24, 2012 - Report this comment
Nam, I was in Vietnam!
Green Mountain Boyz Class of 95;#12 - December 24, 2012 - Report this comment
Merry Christmas to all; for I am drunk off my a** on eggnog!! And, I'm back! I'm old school. Go back on this page to December 29, 2009! What's with you new guys/gals? All the fighting. Like back in my day, I guess. Can you believe I'm back Dutch? Thank you for bring Dutch Mill back! May God Bless you and your family and all my firnds on this wonderful web page. My back to some big time drinking!
Big Steve & Debbie - December 25, 2012 - Report this comment
Merry Christmas all! Just got word of the grand re-opening. Best Holliday gift ever! And thanks for the tip Green Mountain Man. We're starting our party at 12 Noon sharp.
Maple Leaf Garym - December 26, 2012 - Report this comment
Boxing Day here in Canada! Love to you all in the U.S.A. Guess what city I live in. Clue ... Go Sens. Friends used to bring up cigarettes and Dutch Mill. That was, of course, in the 80's. I'd say 1983, 84, 85 & 86. What great times. Had no idea they took such a long break, but happy to hear they're soon back; regardless of the fact it didn't even know they were gone. Haven't seen that old New Jersey crowd since 1986. Not talking down to you guys, but Canada has some of the best donuts of all time. We love them. You guys rock, too, though. And, by this page, we can see you have passion for donuts as well. Who is this Dutch person and is he alive or dead. I'm gonna have a big coffee with cream, munch of two or three donuts and read this entire page. You guys are too funny.
Heather - December 27, 2012 - Report this comment
Ottawa?!
12TieCrew - December 27, 2012 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill is back! Dutch Mill is Back! This is what we make the ball drop in Times Square!! I'll beat all you bastards to the store he sec they get stocked!!
Maple Leaf Garym - December 28, 2012 - Report this comment
Yes, Heather, it's the beautiful city of Ottawa. And what's with the "?!" Do you live here? If so, what's your favorit donut shop?
Dutch - December 29, 2012 - Report this comment
Hello my friends. Sorry it's been a while - holidays and all. I wish I could concur the rumors of Dutch Mill Donuts returning to the market but I have no knowledge of it. It's not from me. Tasty has the rights to the name. They could remarket them but it would not be the same formula, process, or employees. But I'm not running down Tasty - they were OK to me. I'm going to check it out though. Thanks for all the positive comments, including the stimulating ideas from Catholic girl, SaBrina and No more Roethesberger. Hey I never endorsed any political candidate nor ran down Catholics. I'll tell you this though; Ravi Shankar was cool, and so is his daughter Nora Jones. Well let's see what '13 brings. God bless you all. Happy New Year!
Heather - December 29, 2012 - Report this comment
Dear 'Maple Man," if that does not sound too forward. First off, why's people giveing Dutch a hard time. Total B.S., if you want a girl's opinion. The reason I said the ?! thing is because my sister dated, and is still frieds with a guy that played for Ottawa. Just think it's a weird corisadence dontus thing, if that makes any sense. Sorry to bable, but just like this site and think it's a shame that people are not being nice. Sorry if this sounds weird. Won't be back.
Lou - December 29, 2012 - Report this comment
Why'd you send me a text, sid? What donuts?
"Maple Man" - December 29, 2012 - Report this comment
Like the name, Heather. Did this dude play for the Sens?! Noticed I used your "?!" And, yes, it's bull S that they hate on the man, Dutch. But, DID this guy play for Ottawa?! Whoops, there I go again with they ?!
CapeMayCap - December 31, 2012 - Report this comment
God Bless you, Dutch. And, have a great '13! Too bad it's not your formula, process and people. We know you're too much of a gentleman to put down another company, but ask any person with class, cuture and culinary skills and they'll tell you Takty is pig food at best. That said, we all love you and pray for the day the real Dutch Mill is back in the stores and in our hearts.
Dr. Donut 1970 - December 31, 2012 - Report this comment
You see, this is what I'm talking about. My buddies did not die head down in the muck in Nam so we could settle for a cut rate version of Dutch Mill. Dutch deserves better and so do we.
Heather - December 31, 2012 - Report this comment
Hey, "Maple" dude ... what's going one with the real Dutch Mill. Looks liike it's not going to be the real brand. :( But hope some day we'll be like :) Not, my sis's friend did not play for those Sens guys. It was a minor league, or something like that, team. Thhink they were The 69ers, or something. Bet it's cold up there right now.
Suesan - December 31, 2012 - Report this comment
Did you just say this team was called 'The 69ers,' Heather? And, it's too very bad these will probably end up not being the real Dutch Mills. But then again, who could ever make them the same?
Green Mountain Boyz Class of 95;#12 - January 01, 2013 - Report this comment
Happy New Year in 2013. Good news ... we're coming back. Bad news, and you all know how I dislike bad news, that said ... the bad news is Tastycake don't know a donut hole from an a**holr. Sure they don't have the intellect, passion, or wherewithall to do anything close to a quality donut, but at least they're trying. Bless their little hearts. And, have mercy on anyone that believes they're a real bakery.
Maple Man - January 01, 2013 - Report this comment
Don't mean to correct, Heather, but you mean "The Ottawa 67's. They're the junior hockey team here. But it's all good. Wish I could bring back the old Dutch Mill for you; if that don't sound to forward. Like the hockey position. Sorry, dumb jcke. When did you first have Dutch Mill; I mean what year? I"m 35 yrstd old.
Fast Eddie - January 02, 2013 - Report this comment
She did say, "69ers," didn't she! What was on Heather's mind? Oh yeah, bring back the real Dutch Mills!
Wayne S. - January 02, 2013 - Report this comment
Worked in the baked goods industry and can tell you first hand that Dutch is right. The formula, process and employees including the right management team are what makes the donut. Not the box; although Dutch Mill had the coolest looking box of all time. Wish we could get them back, but at least we can say we once had the best.
Suesan - January 03, 2013 - Report this comment
I'll tell you what was on Heather's mind, Fast Eddie. Someone was hungry and not just for a donut! LOL Anyone gonna ask me why I spell my name like that. Just kidding, Heather. I'd make the same slip. LOVE and miss Dutch Mill. Who's Dutch exactly?
Green Mountain Boyz Class of 95;#12 - January 04, 2013 - Report this comment
Hey Suesan, love the spelling. But I respectfully disagree. Heather could have been hungry for a donut ... assuming Dutch came out with a cream-filled.
Rob - January 04, 2013 - Report this comment
Hello to all and thanks GM for the info on this page. Didn't understand what you were saying, but this is a real fan club. Glad to see I'm not the only one missing the Dutch Mill famous donuts. Glad to see they're coming back.
Rob - January 04, 2013 - Report this comment
Oh, shoot! Just took the last hour reading this page and now more confused than ever. Are the real one's still coming out? Dutch Mill was the legend.
Heather - January 04, 2013 - Report this comment
Don't appreciate the incedibly rude, disucting and immature comments. You all need your mouths cleaned out with soap and a good spanking. Grow up or get out! Notice Maple Man and others grew up so why don't you?! I lady never gives her age, but I graduated H.S. in 1995 so I guess that makes us about the same. Did you play hockey, Maple, because I was a rather good figure skater.
Laker Girl '88 - January 05, 2013 - Report this comment
God I rember these. The best and miss them.
MAPLW MAN - January 05, 2013 - Report this comment
First off, I totally repect the fighure ice thing, Heather. But, first off I have something to say to those that have little to no class. Stop it and STOP IT NOW! Heather has come on here as a lady and does not have to read this SHI(T)! I am a hockey player and will not tolerate this talk. Those that keep it up should stop. Sorry, Heather, but I had to speak my piece. Why don't people just talk about donuts. And, Heather, we have some great donut "joints" up here at the Great White North. What to bet what my favoorit is? Would like to talk.
Heather - January 06, 2013 - Report this comment
Thanks, maple dude. At least there's one gentleman out there besides mr. Dutch
Rutgers '89 - January 06, 2013 - Report this comment
Hey, Dutch. Get some pictures of your old boxes on here, bro. It's a shame this is the best page in the U.S.A. and we can't even see the old box. Then again, Tastycake could mess up a wet dream so it stands to reason that they, or you, can't even do that. Not a big fan, bro. You sold us out and left an inferior comapny in control. Didn't you even think about us?
12TieCrew - January 07, 2013 - Report this comment
You bastard leave Dutch alone!
Ravi Sharkar fan1971 - January 07, 2013 - Report this comment
To throw rocks at Dutch is to only trow rocks at ourselves. For is it he who took these heavenly treats from us, or is it us who did not support a devine culinary market. For we my assign blame, make mean comments and show anger. But, I, for one make the choice to look inward. For tht is where all the answers must be found.
Maple Man - January 08, 2013 - Report this comment
You are most welcome, Heather. And perhaps we could all learn something from Mr. Sharkar. If Dutch llikes this guy, he must be a bood sort. What's you favorit donut place where you are now, Heather? I know of several great donuts places in Ottawa.
The Duke - January 09, 2013 - Report this comment
The absolute best all-time donut ever made in the History of Mankind past, present, future.
Heather - January 10, 2013 - Report this comment
Hey Maple, kind of hard to say. This demolition of Dutch Mill left a big void. I'm basically an old fashion gal whol likes it simple, like Dunin' Donuts. They do have GREAT coffee, the best, and OK donuts even thought the staff is sort of weird if you know what I'm saying. Used to like Royal Bagel & Deli in Montclair, New Jersey, but they'd get your breakfast orders wrong and got too rude. Gencarelli's Bakery in Wayne is OK if you get catch the staff when they're not on their cell phones. To tell the truth, Maple Dude, there is really nothing here that special after Dutch Mill went belly up. Rather sad. But that said I only eat dontus once in a while. Still skate a lot for a hobby and exercize.
SayBon3 - January 10, 2013 - Report this comment
CAN'T TAKE IT ANYMORE. YOU PEOPLE TALK AND YOU TALK AND YOU TALK, BUT ARE DUTCH MILLS COMING OUT FOR REAL IN THE SAME WAY AS THE PAST. LOVE ROMANCE, GOOD LUCK YOU TWO HORNEY SKATE FREAKS, BUT SOME OS US CARE ABOUT DONUTS!! F-YOU DUTCH IF YOU DON'T COME THROUGH. BEEN WATCHING THIS PAGE FOR 2 AND ONE HAPF YEARS AND FINALLY HAD TO SPEAK MY PIECE. TASKTYCAKE SUCKS LIKE THE DAY IS LONG. GOD WE NEED YOU BGCK DUTCH. WILL NEVER, NEVER, NEVER BE BACK HERE AGAIN; UNLESSS DUTCH CUMS BACH AND/OR THOSE HEATHER/MAPLE FREAK GET TOGEHTER. HATE OUT!
Maple Man - January 12, 2013 - Report this comment
Hey, Heather ... my last post did not go though ... I think. did you get it?
Dr. Donut 1970 - January 13, 2013 - Report this comment
Tried to put my post on, too. They didn't put it on here! This is NOT why my buddies died face down in the muck in Nam!
Heather - January 13, 2013 - Report this comment
Trid to get back to you, 'Maple.' but MY last thing did not get by. If they try to stop us, just meet me at a rink in Ottawa at a "69ers" game. My peeps told me who the current manager is! Can't belive our tweets are being shut out.
Maple - January 14, 2013 - Report this comment
YES! Absolutely! Hopefully they still let us get on this page, if not, the HE(double-hockey-stick) to them! But still love(ed) Dutch Mill. And to send a last donut/doughnut message on this sensorship site, let me tell you, and answer your question about donut places up here at The Deaver Trail Capital. Tim Hortons is our version of Dunkin' Donuts. In fact, we have more Tim Hortons in Canada than McDonalds. Tim was a hockey player, too. Great and consistant coffee and doughnut. We also have Hong Company on Colonel and Cafe Tache by Alexanre. But a very special place is relatively new. They are a gourment donut place called Suzy Q Doughnuts. They make fancy $2 to $3 doughnuts that are worth every cent. The most popular is a Maple Bacon one with real bacon bits on the outside and bacon fat mixed with the dough. I bet even Dutch never thought of that. And, they have a Blue Vanilla Bean Glazed Topped with Fruit Loops. Once again, I think even Dutch would be impressed. Anyway, Heather, I know what you mean. But, I'm at Suzy Q's a lot, too! And, don't mean to sound like a super expert, but I know my donuts, like many of us up here, and Dtuch Mill was the best store bought donut ever made. This is awesome, Heather.
Green Mountain Boyz Class of 95;#12 - January 14, 2013 - Report this comment
What's with the hooking up you two! And, yes, thi, web page did have a big issue with censorship going back about a year ago. Too bad since we lost a lot of good Dutch Mill fans. Don't know if Dutch himself had/has a role or the owners, but it's real shame.
Kevin - January 17, 2013 - Report this comment
The only thing we can do is hope at this point. I believe there's always a chance but we must ask ourselves. Does this country still want a quality store bought donut, or the cheap, low grade Tastycake style. It's on us.
J. Long - January 21, 2013 - Report this comment
Does anyone know if they give Dutch Mill donut making classes os a sort? You know, like classes on how to make one's own micro beer and even fine wines?
Heather - January 22, 2013 - Report this comment
Maple, this is not mine, but I can get access through my friend's brother. Don't want to use my personal because of all the perv, but I Can get all messages from this: shawneefighting@yahoo.com And, once there, I can give you my personal, if you like. Dutch Mill will come back and look at all the good things that can come of it on the side like you, me and the other great donuts and ice
Jim - January 23, 2013 - Report this comment
Best donuts because you had a well prepared process which did not compromise qaulity in terms of ingredients, personel, and procedure. The first person on this page back in 2007, mjb42758, said it best. You didnt need a PhD in chemistry to understand what was on the box. So simple it was complex in Dutch Mill's purity.
Roger - January 25, 2013 - Report this comment
Good point, Jim, and many of you who decide to use this site as an donut information tool, as opposed to dating site. But what Dutch Mill should have done was come out with their own brand of coffee. If they used the time and effort in that product, similar to their love of donuts; it would have been a hit. At least in my house.
Jennie - January 28, 2013 - Report this comment
As a quenticential child of the eighties, I told you this "coming back" routine was a hoax. But at least we have the memories. And, yes Roger is right. Dutch Mill coffee would have been a true delight. Espcially a cinnomon flavor. But you're wrong about the dating aspect, Roger.
Maple Man - January 28, 2013 - Report this comment
We know there are those that want to keep this a pure donut page, but Heather and I thought it was also alright to tale socially. Sorry if we offended anyone, but, if anyone is interested, we might have an interesting update. Besides, this is Dutch's web page, so it's up to him to make the call. Also, when Heather put her associate's e-mail up here the pranksters stood out like a sore thump after getting whached by a cold puck. And not nice, the person that made the comment about a girl's body part tasting like a fresh, and warm, Dutch Mill donut.
Green Mountain Boyz Class of 95;#12 - January 28, 2013 - Report this comment
You mean the e-mail about sweet, warm, little holes that are fun to eat? Yeah ... that was mine. And I think Dutch knows what I'm talking about. Your donuts were the best, my man!
Mark - January 30, 2013 - Report this comment
If they can't bring back Dutch Mill, maybe we should send out a patition? And, the coffee idea sounds pretty great, Jennie and Roger. But I don't know about the cinninin flaor. Then again, everyone has their own taste. But Dutch Mill donut shops, like Dunkin' Donuts would be awesome. Any chance you could pull that off Mr. Dutch?
Lenny - January 31, 2013 - Report this comment
Still think we're getting Dutch's Donuts back. Why the questions. Everyone wants them, right? Please tell us what's going to happen.
Don Kommit - January 31, 2013 - Report this comment
Any chance they'll make a special donut today for Jackie Robinson's 94th Birthday? One thing about this company, they were high end, quality and did the right thing. Happy Birthday Mr. Robinson #42 for the Brooklyn Dogers. And I think it's great about the Maple Man and his girl Heather. Hi you two, and i'd love details. Thank you all and everyone who loves Dutch Mill. And please do special donuts to commenorate historic events. That and the coffee idea would work.
Dr. Donut 1970 - February 01, 2013 - Report this comment
I'll tell you what commemorative donut should be made! Make one for The Donut Dollies! These young ladies were young like us, just kids, and came over, during Tet. '68 of all times to give us comfort, friendship and good will. Not to mention donuts. Yes, Jackie Robinson was, and is, an icon. What he did for America, and African Americans, can not be forgotton. BUT, so many of us, including my black troops in arms were, and still are forgotton. So please Dutch, if you bring back a commemortive donut, please do so for The Red Cross Donut Dollies. Or, maybe use your donut influence to bring The Red Cross Donut Dollies to Iraq where our brave boys & girls don't have this fine organization. And by the way, do you know that Donkin' Donuts is now going to Veit Nam; seriously, they will open a store outside of Ho Chi Minh City. And, Nam already has the Starbucks. So why not Dutch Mill. And Heather person, I know you're a little hot head, and you tend to speak out of turn, but my biddies died face down in the muck in Nam, so you and your Candian friend could have the freedom to meet and greet on this fine web page. Please Dutch, stick up for our vets, and Fredom. So I wish you all well. God Bless you all, and God Bless America.
Richard - February 04, 2013 - Report this comment
That's something Dr. Donut! We should have paid more repect to you people. Man dad was in Nam, but he never talks about it. Sorry. Why are you "Dr. Donut 1970" if you don't mind me asking. And what's the worst thing you saw over there, if you don't mind me asking, again. And, if Dutch Mills ever come back, I'd be honored, honored, sir, to buy you a box!
Mike - February 05, 2013 - Report this comment
Just found out Dutch Mill might be coming back from an e-mail. And, by the looks of things, I'm not the only one.
Cathy & Beth - February 05, 2013 - Report this comment
Thanks for the update boys! My BFF and me were talking about the box. It was baby blue with a windmill. Can you guys put a picture of the old box on here. Best thing ever, and lov the donuts
Adam84 - February 06, 2013 - Report this comment
Just bring them back. Just bring them back.
Christie - February 08, 2013 - Report this comment
It was a true toss-up between the cinnimon & plain. But they were all good. Did they also have poundcakes I seem to remember or was that someone else. They also had mini star balls my roomate used to eat. Baically anything these guys made was the best baked goods on the shelves.
Mr. & Mrs. Maples of the Heathers! - February 11, 2013 - Report this comment
Guess who ... guess who ... And thank you Mr. Don Commit for your interest; thought there would be others, too. You, too Dutch since we're amoung your biggest fans and met on your page. Lot's to talk about, but first, sorry we got off to a bad start, Mr. Dr. Donut from the 1970s. Your sacrfice and those of your friends in the muck is something we should never forget. We are truly sorry we didn't show the repect we should have. On the gossip front, Heather did come up to our capital city! We went to all the great donut/doughnut astablishments up here in Ottawa. WOULD LIKE TO PUT A PICTURE OF US ON THIS PAGE HANGING AT SUZY Q's DOUGHNUTS!!! Please let us show a picture of us and ANYONE, well ... most people on this page are invited up, espcially you Dutch!!! We even want to get a picture of you in our favorit shop. And our picture is of us eating a donut with bacon grease!!! Love you all and will have updates on our fun and more pictures if you guys want to see them. Oh yeah, found out that Luther Vandross, who we know Dutch is a fan of, inveted the Bacon Cheesburger served on a glazed donut. Anyway, Dutch is being talked about very much up here and we look forward to talking to you all again in one month. But please let us put a picture of us on here!
Starburst88 - February 13, 2013 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill goes back to the days where donuts in a box, from a store were made for people with good taste, looking for quality. I miss them.
Dr. Donut 1970 - February 14, 2013 - Report this comment
Thank you for your question, but mostly for your respect, Richard. And, all is well with Heather & The Maple Man of Otawa. I, too, losse my cool, but Nam has taught me to mellow out witht the grass I picked up over there. Wanted to open a donut shop when I got back from my tours in 1970. Wanted to call it "Dr. Donuts," and open it with a young woman I had in Nam; she was one of the donut girls that gave good comfort. Didn't work out however. Went thought many emotional hardships and had to go to meetings. I mean "meetings." There were other vets there inclduing vets from World War II and even two from World War II. Have to remember this was 1971, 1972 and 1973. Didn't go for a while and then began the trip back in the early 1980's, I guess about 1883. One old vet brought Dutch Mill donuts. It's fair to say they helped save my life as I was going thoght a really bad time. Enen got back witht the young woman in Nam that gave great comfort because my brothers and the sheer joy of Dutch Mill. Thank you, Sir Dutch! Worst thing I saw in Nam was when a young man I thought was a good person went into a small hut we believed to be Charley Country. He said, "I'm gonna stomp a gooks brains out," and when I walked out to check out an order I heard a bad sound. Went back in and there was an open skull with a palm white matter around it. He did it. That still wakes me up a night, as does the smell of that gas crap they poured on Charely and killed my fiends many years later. Thank you for all who fought and those that try to help. Thank you Dutch for being at those meetings. Yours donuts are something I equate with healing. And, I'm sorry if I ever go off the rocket. My life didn't work out the way I planned, but many have helped that never met. Like Dutch and his majic donuts.
Bryce - February 14, 2013 - Report this comment
My brother told me they were coming back last week because he and me ate them when we were in the 80's and they were the best we had and none wee better. Thank's for the e=mail and keep me up to date. Will tell Larry to tell them too bro
fawn girl 78 - February 14, 2013 - Report this comment
Hey Dutch, how cool are your fans. Awesom Dr. Donut. We love you and Dutch Mill. Happy Valentine's Day to Dutch. Yes, one of many High School Girls to have a crush on the big guys back in the '80s. Was only 15, but know he liked the girls, too. Never got that kiss. Loved your donut holes, but what about mine handsone? LOL and many XXX and OOO's Very wet right now.
Etownfunkyg - February 16, 2013 - Report this comment
Heard dey comin' back in May of this year with the old owner & managers! No joke!
Betty (Rymes with 'Hill') - February 18, 2013 - Report this comment
My name is Betty (Last Name Rymes With Hill) and I love Dutch Mill. LUV DUTCH MILL LUV DUTCH MILL LUV DUTCH MILL And I'll skip the pill to get a thrill with Mr. Dutch Mill.
New School Cool 95 - February 18, 2013 - Report this comment
I'm here again. I was on here before. Great Tweet Dr. Donut 70's. You are awesome and glad Dutch Mill helped save your life. Mr, too but in a different way. THat's why we need them back. And why Tastycake and other don't even come close and unfortunaetly never will. Even Dutch can appreciate what you guys did in Viet Nam even though I heard he didn't repect the effrot. But he did his part witht he best donuts ever made. And the girls do love him so.
Cubs Fan SInce '72 - February 18, 2013 - Report this comment
Thanks for the tweet, Billy! Yes, I remember Dutch Mill and "yessa" this is a cool page. Thanks for sharing as we say in AA. Cubs are looking good in Arizona. First time here since 1989 and it's better the second time around. Will check back in on opening day. You guys coming to Wrigley this year?
Belt Buckle Blues - February 19, 2013 - Report this comment
Is Dutch Mill really coming out with their own coffee brand?
Green Mountain Boyz Class of 95;#12 - February 20, 2013 - Report this comment
Great post Dr. Donut 1970! I know I joke around, but my dad, too, is a Vet of that underappreciated effort in South East Asia. God Bless you "Dr. Donut!" While some were getting high and burning draft cards you were putting it all on the line. And as for you Heather and Canadian boy, yes, I'd like to see pictures, the nuddie ones! HEY NOW you to little horn dogs. Hey Dutch, check this out. Dunkin' Donuts is going after Obama care. Know you're not gutsy enough to stand up to the Dems, but at least you guys took care of your donut making people. Don't take my jokes too hard, brother John. You know we love you and espcially your donuts. And why do people keep talking about Dutch Mill making coffee? Would you, and did you, ever think about coming out with your own brand? Cinnimon would be nice, but I'm a plain man, meself. And fawn girl 78 ... are you for real. And, what do you look like. I'm basically a stud.
The original FROM: 2009 - February 20, 2013 - Report this comment
Can't believe how far this little Dutch Mill page grew from back in the hey day. Does anyone care to guess who I am. Haven't been on here for years, but thought I'd come back. Glad, and so very excited there are so many great fans of Dutch Mill. Although I'd like to see some cleaner language and more respect to Mr. Sanford A.K.A. Dutch. And also stop bashing lesser comapnies such as Tastycake. We know they don't make a quality donut and their management isn't close to that of Dutch Mill. So why do we have to keep making a point of it. Live and let them live. Just let's bring back the best donuts of all time.
Hellen from K - February 20, 2013 - Report this comment
Hey Dutch, Could you please put some of your boxes on here. Also loved the pound cakes. Would like to see them along wit the box with the shooting stars. You had so many great ideas! No wonder everyone loves you.
Jo - February 21, 2013 - Report this comment
It would be cool to bring Dutch Mill back into the fray. It would be cool to see pix of Heather & Maples Guy. Could you put them on Web People? This page needs color and cool pix would really jazz it up.
Richard - February 21, 2013 - Report this comment
Thanks Dr. Donut 1970's Man! It's an honor to know you appreciate my words. I'm serious about buying you a box of donuts, to! I want to ask The Dutch to please put pictuees of his old boxes on here and also let us see pictures of that couple from Canada. Not really interested in seeing them, but would very much like pictures of those funky Canadian donuts that are blue and are made with bacon grease. That's just crazy. What do you think of donuts such as that, The Dutch? And, if you brought back your Dutch Mill Brand, Cinnamon espcially, and plain for The Nam guys, would you also make coffee with your logo and same commitment to quality? Please don't let us down.
Waldo - February 21, 2013 - Report this comment
It has all come full circle
ide731 - February 22, 2013 - Report this comment
Came to Starbucks and couldn't stop thinking about Dutch Mill. Don't think the coffee thing will happen, but if it did, you know it would be the best. I do miss Dutch Mill so very much.
The original from; 2009 - February 23, 2013 - Report this comment
Yes! Pictures is what we need, Richard and all you other upstarts. This page is so great, but we can do more. Love to see those two newly daters and to see a Candian donut would be cool. What do you think, Dutch. And what's with the rumor you were no longer with us. And why do all the girls go nuts over you. What's you secret?
ELO - February 24, 2013 - Report this comment
Sounds like the e-mails I got were from a real source. Keep my in the loops guys. Glad to hear Dutch Mill is on the return.
Cali McGraw - February 25, 2013 - Report this comment
Dated a dude from NJ when I lived outside of LA. Eat Dutch Millers donuts. It's a shame they are out of vogue since they were so sweet and had great memories. We saw Midnight Run with Robert DeNiro in Times Square, New York City. It was so fun because we brought Dutch Millers with us. Still remember the light blue box with windmills.
Green Mountian Boyz Class of 95;#12 - February 25, 2013 - Report this comment
Hey original person from 2009. What do we get if we guess who you are?! Put something on the line. Figure you're one of 7 different old timers. As far AS WHY IS DUTCH SO POPULAR WITH THE GIRLS >>> Talked to some folks and word on the street is he's hung like a Shetland Pony, has the endurance of a marathon runner and has more moves after midnight than than the producers of Boogy Nights ever could have imagined. He's basically John Holmes reincarnated with the looks of Marky Mark and Paul Newman. Dutch not only makes 'em cry for mercey, but bet for more. Long live Dutch, his special powers with the ladies and his legacy of Dutch Mill. And Heather and Maplehead have to put pictures on if they are doing it with pictures of Dutch on the wall. Lava lamps, too.
Cactus Joe - February 27, 2013 - Report this comment
Now I get it! After the e-mails and reminders, I see what the fuss is about. Dutch Mill is not only sacred to my heart I discover Mic. Funny stuff, too. Now let's all work together to bring back these awesome and great treats. And keep this Dutch guy away from my girlfriend! LOL
Sox - February 27, 2013 - Report this comment
Watching a Red Sox pre-season game and remembered going to Cape Cod with a box full of Dutch Mill. Good times with good friends and the best donuts on this side of Heaven
Sox - February 27, 2013 - Report this comment
Oh yes- Let us know if they try to get old Dutch Mill up and running again. I'd get in on a good investment. Gotta invest dough to make dough and in this case the product is dough. Going to Sarasota, Florida next morning to check out my beloved Sox so I'm in a silly and happy mood. Keep up the good vibes all
Sexual Chocolate - February 28, 2013 - Report this comment
I believe the childres are the future, treat 'em right and all will come about. Dutch Mill is here to stay and let us not fall apart. *Sing this to the tune and it totally words.
Mr. & Mrs. Maples of the Heathres - February 28, 2013 - Report this comment
Hey everyone, Thanks for all the great input and funny and even silly stuff. Yes, we're talking to you Green Funny Mountain Man. We thank you for your support and love for Dutch Mill, but we need more. Maple Dude and I are gonna be talking a little break from here. We can then come back six months, or a year down the road, and say we are "now" the old timers. To tell the truth, we are a little let down we are not allowd to put our pictures on this page from the great donut shops in Canada. We even have one that says, "Bring Back Dutch Mill," in two different donuts shops in Ottawa. This page does not appear to given the respect it derserves. Also don't like being cencored. Please help us with that Dutch and please put pictures of your donuts on even if Maple Dude and me can't have our pictures on here. We, also, would like to invest if it ever came down to that. Goodbye for a while, maybe a rather long while. We love you Dutch and all you other great Dutch Mill fans from North America.
yut0399 - February 28, 2013 - Report this comment
Don't think it will ever happen. Too much politics and too many SHI* donuts like Tastycake that don't give a shi* about the people. So sad, but ture. GOD we, the people miss real doughnuts!
Keneth - March 01, 2013 - Report this comment
Could someone please give the stright dope on Dutch Mill coming back, or not!? There are conflicting reprots and some seem to suggest they will be back in March of 2013. In other words ...NOW. The very leaset we deserve is the truth even if it's not what we want to hear.
TURK 182 - March 02, 2013 - Report this comment
No more letters will due if we can't get the public to insist that being back in business will take Dutch Mill to the level that will host our donuts again with all the joy that comes from a fine product. I lived in Russia and came here after seeing a great America movie with Robert Urich that inspired me and the first donuts I had enjoy were the Dutch's Mill that I miss so much.
Steve - March 03, 2013 - Report this comment
Didn't know they were back! So cool and can't wait to buy them in big boxes. Thnakz.
The Last Sobastian of 643 - March 03, 2013 - Report this comment
Seen all the highlights and read all the scipts, but Mr. Dutch Mill, John Snadford, A.K.A. Dutch passed away on a cold November night in 2009. This is all one big joke and we will never have Dutch Mill again. AND, these idiots form Canida will not be missed. Too many fakes, phoneie and frauds that don't do anything. It's all in the past, so pay respect for our leader who is no longer with us. And, yes, we do want to know who "Old School," is. As long as you're not a quaitte like those idiots from Toronto. Get a grip people, there is no more Dutch Mill and our founder is in the ground. Fakes are taking over and there are no real dooughnuts left and life is in the ground with John and all his spirit. And if those jerk people from Candian Lnad come back, we will have issues. And let it be written who the "Old school" individual is. We need something to put these big views to reast. Got to the markdt and look at what low-life products like Taktycade are putting on the shelves and this is what life is now. Total slime and made by people that have no heart, talent or the least bit of ingegrity. Get a grip and get a life because life is about S-=hit like Tastycake and low life compnaies that don't produce anything worth eating. Some said and I'm in bed with life so just stop the dumb stuff and live with what you did to yourselves. And, we will not miss idiots from the "Fake White North" who eat at pretenious donut shops that creat 'Blue' dummy donuts and try to be real. I've been to the donut mountai and when Dutch passed it all died with us. Yes, he was a man that we all wanted to know, but he's gone and we have to go to the next level. But when we don't have any options we have to do it on the next plain. So let us be sane and keep it on a train that God this is so much insane. Don't come back if you're not from here and you're not a real Dutch Mill fan! Our hero is gone, in the dirt, but I still dream, like all of you about his return in the next life. That is the real justice. we will all live again in the Kingdom Of God and we will enjoy all the earthy events we enjoyed here, but in the next life. Jesus if Lord and the dead Dutch would agree.
Lenny - March 04, 2013 - Report this comment
Dudes, what's up with the time line and getting Dutch Mill up and running? We have many voices, but let's work on helping with the info bebos. The best from the past are not just a blast that has passed, but a coming alas.
Cathy - March 04, 2013 - Report this comment
Nobody knows how much a person can miss Dutch Mill unless they actually lived with this brand and grew up with it as a part of your life. And, they had INCREDIBLE Pound Cake also! I think they had like two different styles, too. I so wish Dutch Mill was still here.
Jen's den - March 04, 2013 - Report this comment
The heck wit the guys with their "man rooms/caves!" I'm in Jen's den and my man, and he's a lot of man is upstairs watching the world baseball classic, or whatever you guys do. But, those things saying, I want Dutch Mills back also and I will do anything except not doing the chocolate dirty! And don't say bad things on here. As my mom says, good things happen to good people and bad thoughts only create bad results.
Jon - March 04, 2013 - Report this comment
Got a great Tweet and will be here more often if it all comes down to getting it on and getting it on good. These donuts were the personification of greatness and any coffee they make will be in my cuberd.
Roger B - March 06, 2013 - Report this comment
This is a time to respect the past and let it be. Dutch passed away quietly in his home, surrounded by many loved ones, in October of last year. My he rest in peace and never be forgotten by those who will always rememer his delicious tasty treats as a part of yesterday. Fore it seems like Yesterday, love was such an easy game to play. So Let it Be
Sue in NJ - March 06, 2013 - Report this comment
OMG, these were the absolute best "power rings," ever made! My girlfriend in high school and me used to call Dutch Mill donuts "Power Rings."
jody - March 07, 2013 - Report this comment
When they come back in New York City they will have to build a line out of money to keep me away. Don't know if everyone accross America knows this, but Manhattan was Dutch Mill central!
DoubleXXfromLex - March 07, 2013 - Report this comment
These could sell for big bucks on the black market since the age of quality store bought donuts has long passed. And thank all for the other out of state and even county donut stories. When I travel, which is a lot, the first thing I look for is a quality bakery that sells great donuts. Wish Dutch Mill had indidual stores like Dunkin' Donuts; who are, by the way, a great outfit. Have to start checking out jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj
Anita - March 07, 2013 - Report this comment
I love those Dutch Mill chocolate covered donut holes - anyone have a recipe?
Anita - March 07, 2013 - Report this comment
I would be willing to pay for the original Dutch Mill recipe for chocolate covered donuts. contact anewmark53@yahoo.com
Green Mountain Boy- Just using that name now since I'm an original, yo people - March 08, 2013 - Report this comment
Hey Anita ... Just ask Dutch, and don't listen to the idiot that said Dutch, Sir Donut, is no longer among the living. He is alive and well. He WILL give it out. And when he does, I'll make it before you. Welcome to the club, but look out ... we've got some weirdos on here. And that's just me.
Simon - March 08, 2013 - Report this comment
Great post! We'd all love to make our own. Nothing like the great momories of our past; but to bring them back would be just as good. Dutch Mill was the single best donut I ever had. We deserve to have them back.
David - March 10, 2013 - Report this comment
YES!Q Could someone put the old Dutch Mill recipes up here so we could start eating real food again?! Peace and Love, Peace and Love, Peace and Love!!!
Elk's Club Favoit - March 11, 2013 - Report this comment
Big snack at my Elk's. We always have a try out in the morning, or for special Saturday/Sunday of Holiday meetings; espcially around Chistmas. Sad to see them go. And the old guys who remember the days of the real bakeries even loved them. These donuts were something special.
Drew McGraw - March 12, 2013 - Report this comment
Girl's night out was all about ending the party with a box of good 'ol Dutch Mill. Thanks everyone for bringing back some GREAT memories from 1986, 1987 and, well, just the '80s in general. You all rock! And why did Kurt Colbain have to come along and kill all the fun. '80s Rock, rocked!
Brit - March 12, 2013 - Report this comment
Keep sending The Tweets. And, D.R. is going to win the WBC! U.S.A. and Japsn are looking good, like, P.Rs> but I want The real islanders! And, of course we will keep rooting for Dutch Mill.
Ride93274 - March 12, 2013 - Report this comment
Here's the dpe, Dutch Mills can't come back because of Union issues that are keeping them down. Nobody talks the truth because they don't know it and i will catch it for telling it.
otix - March 12, 2013 - Report this comment
They come back, I eat them.
Stan - March 13, 2013 - Report this comment
Someone told me Dutch Mill is back!! Where???
Ziah - March 14, 2013 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill has been on my training table since 1985. So many times we see and hear the "experts" tell us what NOT to eat, how much to eat and even have New York City mayor "Doom-berg" regulate how much we eat. Rediculous! I'm 5'2" 124 pounds of solid mucscle and always have one treat a day. So sad it's not Dutch Mill anymore.
Adrian - March 14, 2013 - Report this comment
Thank you, Ziah for telling us something that our mother's knew, but modern day "educated" sociaty forgot. Moderation is the key and just because something has trans-fats, does not mean it it bad per se. Why live if we can't have fun and why make donuts, or donut holes if we can't buy Dutch Mill. I'll glad they're back and I plan on getting an entire box and having one per day. OK, so that's 30 extra minutes at the gym. I'll still look good and be happy, too.
Old School (Soon to be revealed) - March 14, 2013 - Report this comment
Been looking, but still not found them. Could someone please keep us up to steed, sort of, say. Thanks all and keep up the great posts.
CONEHEAD - March 17, 2013 - Report this comment
I am Bledar ... I am from the plant Remulack ... I enjoy Dutch Mill doughnuts in mass quantities ... I shall enjoy them ...
Johnny Breakfast - March 18, 2013 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill was the best donut that ever came in a box. Hearing they went under was devistating, but knowing Mr. Strutherfor is trying to bring them back is a relief. Remember that commercial? "Oh what a relief it is." I miss the 1970's and all the good times. The clothes were cool also.
Pat - March 18, 2013 - Report this comment
Does anyone remember Dutch Mill Pound Cake? These were incredible! Had an arguement with a frind from high school that these were real. Dutch Mill donuts are great, too; but The Dutch Mill Pound Cake was to die for.
Eda-kil-joy - March 18, 2013 - Report this comment
Been a viewer for a very long time, and not as in ":Love (\ You ^# KI00=0 Long Time." That said, I get upset when there is so much bad press about what we're gonna do to bring back OUR donuts and Dutch Mill are the best. Sorry to come off breaking bad but I miss Dutch Mill and nothing else comes in the old ball yard, as my Daddy said.
R - March 18, 2013 - Report this comment
You guys are f-ing NUTZ!!!!!!!! Got a weird email from my college rommie, who was NUTs to begin with, and he told me there were other dutchmillz crazies out there. You're So right, Dizzy! Only if we could go back. sorry I haven't gotten back for so long but the brain cells we killed in Bartlett 407 have not grown back. Thanks so much, it's been TOO long. You have my email, obviously, get back to me.
Jane - March 19, 2013 - Report this comment
No word on when Dutch Mill is coming back? They said in a blog that it's this month!
chuck - March 20, 2013 - Report this comment
Great day for baseball and a great day for Dutch Mill. Had my first day as a coach at William Paterson University and heard from my old buddy that Dutch Mill IS cuming back. Coffee would be great with these if these guys would make their own.
Britny - March 22, 2013 - Report this comment
Whoops you guys did it again, you've broken my heart, I'm not that innocent ... when it comes to Dutch Mill and snacks. Bring them back!
Dr. Donut 1970 - March 22, 2013 - Report this comment
Great input troops, but I don't know for sure we're coming back at all. No news on my end. But that's because I'm honest. And a Vet! Stay ture all. And who are Old School? We need the old War Horses back.
Sanford & Son - March 24, 2013 - Report this comment
Love Fred Sanford (Redd Foxx) from the Classic '70's sitcom, Sanford & Son. So how does this tie into this page. Well, when, it does happen and Dutch Mill come back, I want to see them rolling down the supermarket isles. When I see that big blue beautiful bounty of glory, I'm going to do a "Fred Sanford," and scream, with my hand on my chest: "LOOK OUT, ELIZABETH, HERE COMES THE BIG ONE!"
Green Mountain Boy - March 25, 2013 - Report this comment
TOO FUNNY! Who put the Fred Sandford quote up here? Yeah, I'd have the same reaction. Red Foxx really died of a heart attach, too. How funny is that. And, yes, I'd actually like to know who "old school" is, too. And, have no news here about Dutch Mill being back in supermarket outlets.
Carl - March 26, 2013 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill didn't change, you did. Come one, Vern, what would you think of you when you were a kid? When I was a kid, I wanted to grow up and be John Lenon. And if you ask if you give a rat's asss what these kids think of you, I say, Yes I do.
Hot Deb - March 26, 2013 - Report this comment
Could somebody tell me how I came upon this page?! Just read the first ten postie thing and actually many others, but I'm in love. Miss them very much, but at least I have you guys.
Hellen - March 26, 2013 - Report this comment
bring them back please.
ew740 - March 26, 2013 - Report this comment
Didn't know they were out of the "Dorien Grey" picture for about 2 years. Which is sad since I used to B a big fan. Guess the eighties aren't that big any more and everyone is eating 'gay' food and doing tread mill stuff. Even Bruce Willis used to do Tales of the Dark Side as a bad guy, but still ate donuts, espcially Dutch Mill. Saw him eat them at Montclair State. He went there and was a fan. I'm a fan also and would like to see them back. 1985
Edwin might be "old school" - March 26, 2013 - Report this comment
I just might come in and tell who I really am. If you other old school people come in and say who you are and really commit to bringing Dutch Mill back.
Former "Tasty" Employee - March 28, 2013 - Report this comment
Used to work at that place and can tell you first hand, eveyone knew Dutch Mill was a far better product. Just keep the jokes down around management however. Would drive them crazy.
Big Tim - March 29, 2013 - Report this comment
WOW! Knew their donuts sucked, but appears they're mean itdiots also. Nothing like Dutch Mill. Hope the rumors are true about their return to the big time league.
Donna - March 29, 2013 - Report this comment
Thanks for the update. Did you guys get Tweets like me. My highschool friends send me something about Dutch Mill coming back and I thought it was a total joke. We were so dump back then, thought we were so smart, and cool, but just silly insecure kids like in the movie The Breakfast Club. We should all get together and see that. I'll rent the movie, you guys bring the Dutch Mill. I love the plains with hot CoCo with CiCi
Bryce - March 29, 2013 - Report this comment
this is getting to the point we need our own dutch mill web page and all of us can all unite and fight the plight- and fight the good fight - and leave back the night - got the tweets and had the day off - read every posting and realize we are all one - so why are we done - i'll love to have a bum - and summers in the (fill in the blank) - and stop tweeting me unless we are back - cause i'm going to have a heart attach - and of course i'll be back - because dutch mill we eventaully come back - my real name is still in tact -
anita - March 29, 2013 - Report this comment
Bryce, I like your style. this Dutch Mills donut site is one of my favorites. It's great to see how many people remember those quality baked goods. It's funny that we can put people in outer space and on the moon , but we can't make a good donut or pound cake. Actually, it's not funny. But I'm going to laugh anyway.
Bryce - March 29, 2013 - Report this comment
anita, as some good frinds, that happen to be African American Baptists would say, "Amen, sister ... Amen!" The word has been spoken ... the word has been spoken. And, I actually mean that for real! No lie, word of truth, sister. Swear to the All Mighty. And I don't mess with that, girl!!!
The Big Lebowski - March 30, 2013 - Report this comment
Dude, here. You guys ever try Dutch Mill with a White Russian? And, don't call mr "Mr. Lebowski," it's "The Dude."
Louis Loe 84 - March 30, 2013 - Report this comment
What the "H" is the original Dutch guy no more?! Somebody told me he's dead, but another told me he is still amoung the living. WHAT'S GOING ON?!!!!!!!!!!
EASTER2013:) - March 31, 2013 - Report this comment
What a great day for Dutch Mill to announce a comeback. Or, at least to know if our patriarch is back. Used to always have Dutch Mill for breakfast before Easter services and even had some delvivered by the Easter Bunny for my neighbors little girl. What great memories. Now, got to get ready for Church. Everyone say a prayer for the folks who gave us Dutch Mill. God Bless and be grateful. Our Savior has Risen!!!
Kevin - April 01, 2013 - Report this comment
Anyone have a firm update as to when Dutch Mill's are coming back into stores?
Vironica - April 01, 2013 - Report this comment
The head guy passed away, right?
dead ball era - April 01, 2013 - Report this comment
Got a letter that said Dutch Mill would be back in July of 2015. You guys know if they will be around before then. And will they be in New Jersey in the same stores as 30 years ago today?
Chuck - April 02, 2013 - Report this comment
Back in 1986, I got my thrill, not on Blueberry Hill, but, rather, Dutch Mill!
ti - April 03, 2013 - Report this comment
Are they back, and if so, where?
Tommy Collins 07 - April 04, 2013 - Report this comment
Just know these guys were such a big part of my childhood in New Jersey. Simply the best store purchased donut of all time and a quality piece of baked goods. See lots of you talking about if/when they'll come back, but be certain about this ... Whoever makes them again better pay attention to the way they were made in the past. One thing I've learned over the year is, if you're gonna do something, do it right.
Vickie - April 05, 2013 - Report this comment
Got a tweet that they're back in Northern New Jersey, but I haven't seen them anywhere! Don't yank my chain, yak
Mark - April 05, 2013 - Report this comment
Best of times always included Dutch Mill donuts. Too bad nobody can make anything ever close to this stuff. Tried calling them, but no more number. Think they really did go out of business. The box was really coo also.
Deep In The Gap 746 - April 05, 2013 - Report this comment
THere is nothing wrong with a good Dutch Mill donut for breakfast. One can still hit the ball deep and love like a man on passion. Dutch Mill was the greatest like Ali.
Cincinnati 76 - April 05, 2013 - Report this comment
Had those bad boys out here! Bring them back for Pete, Joe & Johnny!
kathy - April 07, 2013 - Report this comment
Did anyone ever hear of Dutch Mill Single Packs. My girlfriend tolk me Dutch Mill had these, but I'll pretty sure she meant Entamens, which weren't in the same ballpark as Dutch Mill.
Elli - April 09, 2013 - Report this comment
See me and give me Dutch Mill or I'll take the spill!
Brian - April 10, 2013 - Report this comment
What are you talking about Elli? Never heard of Dutch Mill Single Packs, kathy. You are probably thinking about Entenmann's. I actually like them, but nothing comes anywhere near the old Dutch Mill Brand. I doubt they're coming back. Companies don't really invest in quality anymore. It's how much can you make using the least expensive ingredience while quality control is no longer a thought.
Lace the Mace 8347 - April 10, 2013 - Report this comment
Did anyone know that Dutch Mill was featured in two, not just one, movie box office smash? Not as a main theme, but as a backgroud item. You could see the baby blue box while big stars were having it out. So Cool.
hei39 - April 13, 2013 - Report this comment
Nobody has an "update?" For sure?! You have got to be kidding me. Dutch is really dead, if not in life, but spirit. I'm done as is real donuts. What has become of us?!
Bo - April 14, 2013 - Report this comment
Were so sorry to hear about the passing of Mr. Dutch. He made a great doughnut and was probalby a even greater man. I was born in London, lived in THe States for 12 years where my mother took me after my dad passed and believed I felt at "home" when I had a realy doughnut that tasted like my home country. Sleep well the man I always wanted to thank.
kdu7e-0;uj - April 14, 2013 - Report this comment
Open Gagtan dutch mill stylej. Got on hear to hearr orf dutches milz bgcause i got on utube an of from Japan
MMac - April 16, 2013 - Report this comment
Someone think about putting a real update on here!? When, where, how we coming back, and is Mr. Dutch in the next life?
Green Mountain Boy - April 18, 2013 - Report this comment
Had two really good buddies from Boston, one roomate, the other a fellow letterman. Prayers and love with you bros! Your city and its people are stong. All the best.
Dr. Donut 1970 - April 19, 2013 - Report this comment
To: Mr. Green Mountain Boy, Simply a footnote to this entire crazy bombers in Boston. Heard one of the guys went to Dartmouth. Sorry to hear your fine institution helped a bad person like this. This is not why my buddies gave their lives and died fase down in the muck. They died for America!
Mel Ott - April 21, 2013 - Report this comment
If they do come back, they should sell them at ball games. Hot Dogs are yummy, but these days, people want choices.
Green Mountain Boy - April 21, 2013 - Report this comment
Actually Mr. Nam1970, that nut case went to U Mass at Dartmouth, but I major tragidy all the same and I can feel you utter frustraion. I was one of the few people at Dartmouth back in the 90's that believed in gun rights. And I know you, too, would have protected yourself and other if he came at you. What's the worlk coming to? Funny post, Mel Ott! But I'll stick to hot dogs and beer at my Sox games. Also, I know what you mean, MMac. It seems nobody want to keep us up to date on what's going on. If anything. I may be taking a break from here, too.
Old School - April 27, 2013 - Report this comment
Double thinking about coming out. This page is not what it used to be. But, this used to be the absolute best all time. Hears to the old days
Kitty Kincade '70s girl because of my dad - May 02, 2013 - Report this comment
Does anyone remember the four pack box? It was sqaure and had two of each donut? I think it was two plain, which were great, two powder, two glazed in two cinnamin. I brought one of these to 5th grade my last week of school before summer vacation and I was the 'big girl on campus' for the next 10 years. So wonderful.
Charles >L.} - May 07, 2013 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill was as big a part of the 80's as Micheal Jackson, MTV, Video Games, Crazy Hair and Ronald Reagan! Those memories don't die easy. Long live the good times.
Sox - May 11, 2013 - Report this comment
Some great ballgames on today. SF vs. Altlanta. But my questin now is what happened to this great Dutch Mill page? Where's all the energy, excitement and enthusiasum? Let's go people!
Spring time for Tasty - May 26, 2013 - Report this comment
What it comes down to is Dutch has passed on and there is no more passion for this page, or these donuts of yesteryear. Doubt things will ever be the same. tasty won, Dutch is dead, and the good guys lost.
Francine - May 26, 2013 - Report this comment
I haven't been on here in years! Have we made any progress? I still long for Dutch Mill Glazed Donuts. You guys are the best. Lets have a revolution! I am not giving up on this. ;)
Alvis from lke - June 04, 2013 - Report this comment
Went down to Stockton for school back in '85 and had a roomate that was a "Bennie," because he lived up in the Wayne area. He'd always bring Dutch Mill down to school. We'd all thought it was a North Jersey thing. But great donuts. Great old times. His sister Jesica was down there for a Thursday party, get a little tipsy and performed oral on me. The finish was awesome. Next morning, around 11 a.m. she reached her arm down to the floor and took, never forget this, one bite of a cinnimon donut layed there for 4 or 5 minutes and left without saying a word. My roommate thought I used her, but I called her next week for another party and didn't hear back. But the donut image is legend.
Rogers Hornsby - June 17, 2013 - Report this comment
There is sadness over how this page and the spirit of Dutch Mill has passed. Rest in peace Dutch. Sorry and live well in the next life. Loved your donuts and all the memories.
Mary Beth - July 12, 2013 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill was the all time best! Miss them so much. It semms like only yesterday they were on my table, but then again, seems like a hundred years ago. These guys were so good, I dream about them.
denton - August 13, 2013 - Report this comment
How can anyone who tried Dutch Mill not say they are the second to none of the donut world? Mr. Dutch and all his donut people gave us something special in the 80s and something I will never forget. You guys were the Legends of Dough. Thank you very much.
Louis - September 16, 2013 - Report this comment
Naturally the objective of any business model is to turn a profit; that after all is America. However, in today's donut market something is clearly missing. Dutch Mill, by all accounts, made money for a long time; and the '80's were especially good. But for anyone that ever consumed one of these edible wonders, it's clear they did something donut makers don't do now a days. Dutch Mill put unconditional pride into a product that represented the veritable hallmark of quality. Everything from the box, which was design genius, to the ingredients which were poetry in motion when mixed to perfection.
TheMysterian - September 19, 2013 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill made the best packaged donuts ever! My personal favorites were The powdered cinnamon, and the chocolate iced (white/yellow cake). It took great willpower to only eat one or two. They were truly delicious. I just discovered this cite, but am hot on the trail of the former owner. I will let you know if I reach him.
TheMysterian - September 19, 2013 - Report this comment
site, not cite. I'm half asleep LOL
ray - October 04, 2013 - Report this comment
Hey "Mysterian," how can you be "on the trail of the former owner?" What do you have, a Quija Board? The former owner's no longer with us. But, he left us all with great memories.
mike b - October 08, 2013 - Report this comment
Ironically my family ran an advertising agency in nj during the 80s and dutchmill was a client...my mom was the graphic artist and I was on one of the boxes. A penciled picture of a boy with a bowl cut...anyway was searching for a pic and found this page. I also went to highschool with dutchmill owners son neil...hey neil if ya stumble here.
Halloween - October 31, 2013 - Report this comment
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Dr. Sam Loomis - October 31, 2013 - Report this comment
Don't you get it?! That cryptic message was from Michael. He's back, God help us. I've looked into Michael Myers' eyes when he killed his sister and he is pure evil. Halloween messages are all from Michael. Donald Pleasence was only make believe, Michael is real! It was the box of Dutch Mill donuts in the background when he held the knife. Both worlds are here.
Hunt, M. - November 19, 2013 - Report this comment
This is a very sad time for anyone that remembers when a box of donuts from the super market did not means low-quality-garbage. Dutch Mill was to store sold donuts what The Getteysburg Address was to presidential speeches. How's we go from Lincoln to Obama and from Dutch Mill to Tastycake?! But what's sad it how I heard "Mr. Dutch" before he passed was intimidated from making any more entries on this page. So sad our hero had to back down to a phony corporate bully and leave this life afraid. He will be missed, and should be forever loved for what he did for this country in terms of very-high-end quality donuts. But, it's sad he left us afraid and intimidated. But we love you anyway, Dutch. My you rest well in bakery cloud covered skies.
The Professor - November 20, 2013 - Report this comment
I'm pretty sure 99% of the comments on this page were left by a single person with a naty split personality disorder.
Lisa - November 27, 2013 - Report this comment
Its the night before Thanksgiving in NYC and I just finished an empty handed search for Dutch Mill Apple Cider donuts to bring to my parents for breakfast tomorrow, I remember loving them as a kid and thought the nostalgia would be fun. Looked in Fairway, Westside Market and Pioneer on the upper west side, the manager at the latter store said they were no longer in business. What a disappointment! I distinctly remember the blue box with the cellophane window..guess I should have bought them more often?
Jay - December 18, 2013 - Report this comment
As the middle child to an older sister and bratty little brother, I had to fight for my life to get just a piece of a Dutch Mill donut! Just kidding Robert, but you'd always take my Dutch Mill. Funny, in the four-pac boxes the plain would always be the last one left, but looking back, I think they were the best.
madison - January 21, 2014 - Report this comment
cold days, snow and donuts always seemed to be a perfect threesome back when I was a girl. my little boy has a snow-day today and it would have been nice to do for him what my mom did for me on these days-- make some hot coco and open a box of dutch mills. nice to know there are other people that have remembered what it's like to open these old boxes
Tom - February 12, 2014 - Report this comment
Dutch Mill was great. Would buy them again if I could.
Shannon486 - March 12, 2014 - Report this comment
These donuts were also around during the 1970's and not just the 80's, were they not. I remember because my brother and I were dropped off at elementary school at the same time in the same car and that was the 1970's! We'd fight over the last Dutch Mills and our mom would split it down the middle. Classic!
Summer J - April 22, 2014 - Report this comment
Yes, seem to remember Dutch Mill's came out around 1975; or, at least I seem to remember them around the time I started collecting Topps Baseball Cards. Which was around 1975. THE BEST DONUTS EVER!
Gail - May 16, 2014 - Report this comment
To whomever put the Dutch Mill picture up at the top of this page- Thank You! Made my day on this Friday, May 16th. Now if only a donut fairy could swoosh her magic wand and make them real.
Katie Belle - June 06, 2014 - Report this comment
Hi Neil, my cousin went to Eastern Christian High School and knew you and some friends. She and I are sad to hear about the passing of your dad. You guys were all class acts and made great donuts! :) Sorry you guys went out of business. :( Please give my best to your family and thanks for the memories. We're getting together this weekend and will no doubt have a 'Cosmo' for you and dad. Any chance you'd want to hang?
Taylor by Jose - July 28, 2014 - Report this comment
Kinks and Horey for this wonderful new found page and who'd like a picture of my Uncle that worked in the New York Yankees club house in at about the years 1981, 1983 & 1983? My uncle was head of visitors uniforms and helped the Yanks with any minor task and was very trusted. He was sort of friends especially with Oscar Gamble. Oscar Gamble lived in Little Ferry, New Jersey and my uncle, who Oscar nicknamed Jose, lived a little about ten miles away in Jersey. My Uncle would often pick Oscar Gamble up and take him to Yankee Stadium which Oscar called The Big Ballpark in the Bronx. But get this, I looked up the Dutch Mill page because I have a picture of my uncle and Oscar with a Dutch Mill Donuts box. Do you guys want it for this page? Please tell me how to send it. Oscar, I mean, Mr. Gamble would always stop with my Uncle to get some treats before home gamers. Gum and Dutch Mill donuts were his favorit. The picture shows him with a box. The press loved Oscar, Mr. Gamble because he had the best personality despite being a small town boy from Montgomery, Alabama. Oscar was some kind of guy and not changed by the money like many of today's atheletes feets. Think with autograph show and appearences he'd make around half million a year. But he always had money for Dutch Mill Donuts.
Donut Man E.M. - July 29, 2014 - Report this comment
WOW, my son just found this site and I was astonished Dutch Mill wasn't only and still is a big part of my life but also all of you. Not only was it a GREAT/FUN place to work but I met my lovely wife there in '87 and now have a tremendous family due to that encounter at DM. I met my best friend Walt of some 31 years there whom over the years has surpassed me as a golfer.... but he is in FL. so he has an advantage there. My house is Dutch Mill Blue (280 C I believe on Dutch's PMS color chart....freak :),) and my old car was blue. Still have the old DM mugs in use and and other items as well. Haven't talked to Dutch in 15 years or so but regarding his demise not buying it yet... but there was that time back in '86 when Walt and I laid down 10 ft of skid marks from the forklift then next to the forks drew a white chalk outline of a body and stratigically placed a pair of glasses (Dutch wore glasses back then) a briefcase and loose papers all of which was roped off by yellow police tape. Maybe that was Dutch's demise???...... BUT he did walk into the warehouse several minutes later with a funny/inquisitive/puzzled look on his face trying to determine if in fact it was him who met his maker and he was simply a ghostly spirit. He pinched himself and walked away so I guess he convinced himself all was well. Like I said, a great place work with plenty of great people and plenty of great funny stories.....except for the "HAUNTED" one's.... they were just creepy along with the next tennent having a "Shooting Star's" dance company....again just creepy. MISS the factory,MISS the stories, MISS the DONUTS but mostly MISS the PEOPLE. Oh, "Dutch" forgot the Honey Almond, Strwberry, lemon and Orange donuts as well as the blueberry donut holes that smelled up the entire aisle in Shop Rite.
Donut Man E.M. - July 29, 2014 - Report this comment
Oh yea, HANK's Donuts in Lavallette were pretty good back in the day.

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