I went to the Crescent Bakery in Frankfort the other day…you know right on Main Street across from the Drug Store. How tough it is to resist any of what they serve is easy to see. The peasant breads and rolls are so yummy, I want to sit in a basket full of them. Bring on the Pate’, bring on the Graved Lox. Bring it on – I know where to put it – I’ll put it on the roll and the bread!
Sitting here on a cold, blustery Saturday morning with a cup of coffee and one scrumptious doughnut is what gets us through the cold winter.
This is the place where everyone, that is still in town during the ice age, will meet. Kids get bundled up until they are unrecognizable and off to the bakery everyone goes. It is tradition in winter for the locals and it is tradition for the summer guests to do the same each morning to start off the day. Bob and Fran like that 🙂
They serve the smoothest Cappuccinos ever
That’s what I’m talkin’ about!
And then we walk across the street and to the opposite corner and walk into Olsen-Sayles. Arlene Olsen and her daughter Sheryl Reichel own the store. Sheryl can also be found working as a server at the Mayfair Tavern in Elberta.
Back to the store…Here’s where I buy a shnazzy new spatula, a fancy shmanzy cookie cutter. They also sell all sorts of kitchen gadgets and bar ware, candles and wonderful cards and they have a Christmas department 😉
The greeting cards are the last stop in the store for me because it’s for comic relief. Their greeting cards are the best! We laugh so hard, there isn’t a dry eye in the house.
Sheryl Reichel on the right and her employee Sheryl. What are the odds?
See what I could not resist buying? A cute chicken in lieu of a real one and a little note book, 3 graduation cards and paper grape leaves to serve the cheese on at the planting party 😉