PRESIDENT at alumni.ecu.edu
Fri Oct 18 14:12:35 UTC 2013
How exactly does one "nosh" a lollipop? Maybe we can get a demonstration!
This will be exciting - turkey meat lollipops....or maybe just old-fashioned sugar lollipops shaped like turkeys.
Either way, I can imagine that people would love to buy them!
Justin M. Salisbury
Department of Agricultural & Applied Economics
The University of Wisconsin-Madison
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The southern CT. chapter is selling turkey lollypops for $1.00. great for
noshing at convention or giving for thanksgiving. See you there.
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