Dear Friends of Flesor's Candy Kitchen,
Those of us who spend our days at Flesor's Candy Ktichen feel gratified when our customers tell us how much they love our store, especially when they mention how welcoming our staff is and how much fun we seem to be having. And while not every minute is filled with laughter and cartwheels, we are having a good time at the soda fountain, behind the candy counter, during the lunch rush, and in the candy room. Christmas is coming, you know, and as you see in the picture included here, Ann and I are thinking about all of the fine candy we're going to put in tins and other cute packaging. Every year we come up with new “looks” and new confections to add to the Flesor collection of really old recipes that our grandfather Gus began over 100 years ago.
This holiday season, 2013, we have decided to put together a couple of special packages for our loyal, lovely internet customers. Try a tin of brittle! Peanut, pecan, and cashew are your choices, 1 ½ pounds total in a decorative Christmas tin for only $19.95 plus shipping. Our homemade brittles include pounds and pounds of nuts AND each batch contains lots of high-butterfat, unsalted butter. It's fresh, it's good, and it's made by people you can call up and talk to or even visit, if you have the chance, on the corner of Main and Sale in Downtown Tuscola, IL.
We have expanded our selection of fudge for our on-line customers. Look at the yummy fudge list and, like the brittles, we'll put three different types (approx. 1 ½ pounds) in a tin for the same price: $19.95 plus shipping. Again, it's fresh and delicious and made with quality ingredients.
Of course we know you are going to want EVERYTHING we offer so we have called together “the family” to help. Thanks to our brother Scott for giving us part of his vacation time this November to “save the store.” Thanks to husbands Bob and Roger for their continued toil and support. Thanks to Devon's kids Paul (12) and Alexis (14) for their indentured servitude. We also send our love to Nicholas spending his first Christmas away from home, studying physics in Japan. It's amazing what lengths kids will go to get out of work!
Merry Christmas and love to all,Devon and Ann
The Flesor Sisters
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