Yogurt Flavors: Chocolate Decadence, World Class Vanilla, Pistachio, Grasshopper, Blueberry Cheesecake, and Banana.
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I forgot to blog it yesterday, but we did get in the Western Bagels order. We have all varieties on hand (Blueberry, Sweet Wheat, Cinnamon, White, and Onion) as well as the pita and English Muffins. Get your fresh breads today.
We will not get a shipment of the bagels next week due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
Pies, Cheesecakes, and Pumpkin Breads? If you need them for Thanksgiving, we've got them. Call us at 972.644.2000 to place your order.
Green Tip: The tragic number of animals euthanized each year--9.6 million, according to the American Humane Association--is reason enough to help control pet population growth. But there's more. Feral animals kill mammals and songbirds and have been known to infect wild populations--and they're often the offspring of family pets. (It's believed, for instance, that the feline distemper afflicting the endangered Florida panther was transmitted by house cats.) Controlling the population reduces these problems, so make sure you spay or neuter your pet. [This tip brought to you by Page-a-day calendars.]
If you're looking for a way to help out with the feral population in the Dallas area, there is a wonderful group called Feral Friends that helps to keep down the population here at home. They also aid people in recovery of lost cats.
Happy Birthday Wishes to Björk Guðmundsdóttir. Known to most simply as Björk, she is one of my all time favorite female singers. After graduating from music school in 1980, she bounced around with several bands until 1986 when she fell in with The Sugarcubes. After recording three albums and gaining moderate success, the Sugarcubes broke up in 1992. In 1993, Björk released her first solo album called Debut. Since her first solo release, she has added five additional albums and two soundtracks to her discography. She was also the star in the movie Dancer in the Dark.