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Shortbread Cookies in the blue can

IN 1962 ANTHONY [TONY] BADER WAS THE OWNER HIS SON KAREL HANDLED SALES &
I WORKED FOR HIM 1962 - 1970 THE ORIGINAL NAME WAS BADERS DUTCH BAKERIES
LOCATED IN SEATTLE'S UNIVERSITY DISTRICT LATER CHANGED TO BADERS DUTCH BISQUIT CO AND MOVED UP TO CAPITAL HILL THE BLUE CAN WAS THE SIZE OF A 2# COFFEE CAN IT WAS SHIPPED TO PUERTO RICO AND AT THE SEATTLE WORLDS 1962
FAIR THESE SOLD FOR $1.00 AND SHIPPED ANYWHERE AT THE FAIR THE [ ROUND ]
SHORTBREAD COOKIES WERE BAKED ON A CONVEYOR BELT THAT HAD AN OVEN WITH A WINDOW. THIS OVEN WAS BORROWED FROM ANTHONY'S BROTHER IN VANCOUVER BC
THE OTHER SHORTBREAD COOKIE WAS A TULIP SHAPE THEY ALSO MADE SPECIALTY COOKIES FOR HOLIDAY'S & TEDDY BEARS YEAR ROUND THESE WERE SOLD IN BULK TO
MAINLY IN STORE BAKERIES WHO PUT IN THEIR DISPLAY CASES WITH THEIR OWN COOKIES I DO NOT REMEMBER THE EXACT YEAR BUT THEY ALSO OPENED A BAKERY IN MOUNTAINVIEW CA. I HOPE YOU ARE STILL CHECKING FOR REPLIES

Oct 01, 2012
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