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Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Being Nice To Customers During The Holidays

Every year when the Holidays roll around,(in my job) you really should thank your customers for the business they have done with you in the past year. This results in delivering nuts, candy, calendars, etc.in a rather hectic manner. Then there are the ones that you are friends with, so you show up to their luncheon, bring home made goodies, etc(again!) 2 yrs. ago, I brought a customer some of my competition chili for his whole shop. Guess what they want for their Christmas luncheon? You got it! This stuff is about 1-1/2 hrs prep (another 1/2 hr shopping) and 3 hrs cooking. I'm flattered, but this time of year I don't have alot of spare time after cooking/baking the normal Holiday stuff! I'm sure you all have the same type of stories about hectic schedules-Good Luck with yours!

7 comments:

Amy said...

I never got any of that homemade stuff.

*boohoo*

Finn said...

I used to get asked to make pizzelles (Italian waffle-style cookies) every year by one of my husband's coworkers.
My iron only makes two cookies at a time, and I would make about three dozen. Ouch!

Not happening this year, though.

buffalodickdy said...

Amy- Yeah, but I miss the Blue Cheeseburgers I used to order for lunch!

buffalodickdy said...

Megan- You no longer have a blog? It looks like you signed off "The Color Purple..

Tanya Kristine said...

they must like farting.

pinknest said...

wait, competition chili?!?!? oh my.

Amy said...

I'll have a Bleu burger in your honor. Sound fair? heehee

Oh wait, they have those fried pickles......