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Holiday Eats

Can you believe that October is almost over?!  We'll be deep in the warm comfort foods soon and gearing up for turkey season.  If you're like me, there's family dinners, dinners at work, dinners at church, etc.  Did you know that many of your favorite mixes from The Gourmet Cupboard come in larger, more economical sizes?

Instead of getting a mix or two, how about trying a Batch? Batches are great for the items you like the most or when you know you will be preparing for large or multiple events.  The first time you purchase a Batch, you will want the jar that it comes in. After that, you can just order refills saving even more money.

For instance, the Sweet Cornbread Batch is equivalent to 10 individual mixes and will save you $11.50.  The refill will save $14.50.

There are many others in the Batch category.  Don't forget to look for "Vajdak, Denise" as your distributor. Be sure to order early to get it in time for Thanksgiving get togethers and enjoy!

The Batch of Hawaiian Cheeseball will save you $8 in the jar and $9.50 for the refill and makes 8 cheeseballs.

So let's get ready for Thanksgiving and enjoy good food with family and friends and give thanks for the things that God has blessed us with. 

Saint Nick can wait until December where he belongs. Of course, he gets plenty of cookies, so he'd probably enjoy taking home a Batch of goodies for Mrs. Claus to fix after the long night of delivering toys. ;)

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