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1/2 off Dish Cloth

9915-100 St, Wembley, Alberta, Canada, T0H 3S0

1/2 off Dish Cloth Avoid Cross Contamination      50 % off   Clean Between Jobs - Use hot, soapy water to clean all supplies, equipment, utensils, and surfaces between food preparation tasks.  Avoid using the same dish or utensil to handle both raw and cooked foods. Sanitize Properly - Sanitization provides an extra defense against the transfer of germs and allergens.Mix 1 capful of unscented bleach per one gallon of water to create a sanitizing agent for most all supplies, equipment, utensils and surfaces. read more at website.    Buy one towel at regular price and receive a  50% discount on second towel  www.wembleyfarmersmarket.com Wembley, Alberta    780-532-1153  Expiry - Dec 31, 2011

Region:Wembley
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Expiry Date31 December 2011
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FREE Whoopie Pie

9915-100 St., AB, Canada, T0H 3S0

FREE Whoopie Pie s "Whoopie!" - get yours lately!!   FREE !!   While considered a New England phenomenon and a Pennsylvania Amish tradition, they are increasingly sold throughout the United States. According to food historians, Amish women would bake these desserts (known as hucklebucks at the time) and put them in farmers' lunch boxes. When farmers would find the treats in their lunch, they would shout "Whoopie!" It is thought that the original Whoopie pies may have been made from cake batter leftovers. The whoopie pie is the official state treat of Main (not to be confused with the official state dessert, which is blueberry pie).   Whoopie Pie carrot black forest banana bread red velvet cake whipped filling   www.wembleyfarmersmarket.com Wembley, Alberta     ...
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Region:Wembley
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Expiry Date31 December 2011
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Sandwich History

9915-100 St, Wembley, AB, Canada, T0H 3S0

Sandwich History s History of the Sandwich   Free Coffee !!   6th to 16th Century - During the Middle Ages, thick blocks of coarse stale bread called trenchers were used in place of plates. Meats and other foods were piled on top of the bread to be eaten with their fingers and sometimes with the aid of knives. The trenchers, thick and stale, absorbed the juice, the grease, and the sauces. At the end of the meal, one either ate the trencher or, if hunger had been satisfied, tossed the gravy-soaked bread to their dogs or given as alms to less fortunate or poor human. Alms were clothing, food, or money that is given to poor people: In the past, people thought it was their religious duty to give alms to the poor. Trenchers were clearly the forerunner of our open-face sandwiches.   One FREE coffee with the purchase of ...
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Region:Wembley
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Expiry Date31 December 2011
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