Originally Posted by AmyPaperlady
So, after making 48 pounds of fudge over 3 nights last week (4 pounds each of 12 flavors) and cutting, wrapping, weighing, and labeling it in mostly half pound increments (cut some quarter pounders, which are too small to look good with the required labels, but sold well), and staying up to 3:30 because the letters I'd bought to make sign making quicker for a change had only 2 Es and 2 Ss (multiples of other letters, mind you), which doesn't help when your business name is Amy's Sweet Treats, so I had to hand letter after all, we sold about 10ish pounds (won't know for sure until I take inventory tomorrow--no can count on 3 and a half hours of sleep).
Sheesh, that sentence is nearly Pauline in its length
Wowza - I'm tired just reading that, let alone thinking about doing it all.....the good news is that the folks that bought from you this time will be spreading the word about your delicious fudge so next time around should be even better sales wise!
Originally Posted by FridayYet
Probably not these - Unless Viktor has a better looking little brother. I have 4 cockerels from my easter hatch and only want to keep 1. May eat those if I can wait that long - Orloffs grow slooooooowly.
They are lovely looking birds. I hadn't really heard much about them until joining BYC, but I have become more and more intrigued by them, especially the good looking ones like your Viktor! Since you mention growth/maturity rate, does that mean they are also among the later to lay breeds?
Originally Posted by dan26552
Originally Posted by abbevilleoz
So I live in a small rural town in SC. We drive for ours to the beach and half my town is on the same stretch of beach! So much for getting away!
LOL, gotta love that.