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The Cookies are Always Tastier on the Other Side of the Fence

Posted by Deborah Tompkins on Wednesday, February 26, 2014, In : Cooking 
by Ellen Irving

My mother was not a baker.  I don’t ever remember seeing her with a kitchen utensil other than a stir stick to mix a martini. My mother, however, was a great grocery shopper. She bought all the best Brand-named foods going;  Swanson TV dinners, Post cereals, Sara Lee cakes and Mr. Christie Oreo and chocolate chip cookies. 

There was one major problem to this processed food eater’s dream. I loved homemade cookies. My best friend, who lived around the corner, never got stor...

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Artful Catering

Posted by Deborah Tompkins on Friday, February 17, 2012, In : Art left the office again - with boxes of sandwiches in hand - to attend the exhibit opening of Artist-slash-Lunch-Bag, Ellen Irving and Martin Peckham at Hamilton's February Art Crawl.
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Chatting Caterers

Posted by Deborah Tompkins on Monday, January 9, 2012, In : Cooking 
Oh Joy! Ellen got a video camera for Christmas - now the most mundane Lunch-Bags activities - like preparing crab sandwiches - are fair game.  Obviously, we find ourselves quite amusing... others may disagree.

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Big Black and Brown Sign

Posted by Deborah Tompkins on Wednesday, November 16, 2011, In : Catering 
Big day here on Ferguson Ave. - really big!
As I sit here in the office looking out the window I can see our new outdoor sign swinging in the breeze. After an unsuccessful attempt with unco-operative brick drilling yesterday, this afternoon Ellen successfully hung the sign she painted. And now it announces our business to everyone that passes.

Oh... and we successfully completed and delivered our first full catering order today!
We're feeling pretty full of ourselves... we just have to cr...
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