As you know, I write for Syracuse marketing business, Kinani Blue. My post topics include business, marketing, and blogging on top of others. However, owner, Craig Laughin, has given me permission to go-to-town with local-based posts.
Many of the comments on my Syracuse List included the Columbus Baking Company, which is located on the Syracuse’s Northside. The story in the comments was a similar thread, and this story is shared by my family as well.
It’s a story about rule breaking–it’s about breaking the no-eating-in-the-car rule.
What are your food-related stories? You can eat in the car, but just throw a napkin down.
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I really want some of that bread. Are you from Solvay? My arch nemesis in college was from Solvay. Mary Jean Longo.
I’m not, but my mom is. I’m pretty sure they know each other. Haha
I love the stories behind family-owned establishments and the culture to them as well. That bread looks heavenly!
Deanna, thanks for commenting.
The bread is definitely heavenly. I’m sure there are very comparable, fantastic breads in Germany. I’m sure there is a lot of heavenly food there.
Posted my comment on the original story you linked to. Now I’m hungry.
I posted my comment over on the other site, Chris. Nice writeup for a great Syracuse institution.
Thanks, Mark! I’ll be sure to check it out.
Something is messy with the format of the article, and I’m trying to figure this out.