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Cory's Kitchen - Homemade Sausages!

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Re: Cory's Kitchen - Homemade Sausages!

Postby coryskitchentw » 11 Oct 2011, 22:20

At Cory’s Kitchen we put the YUMMY back into sausages! If you’ve been in Taiwan any length of time you have stood looking at the sausage vender on the street thinking “man, these things look good!” Problem is, you take a bite and all you get is that sweet, sort of strange taste that you just aren’t used to. Well, now you can get your sausage and enjoy them too! We have four delicious flavours; Garlic, Breakfast, Italian and Mexican Chorizo. All of them are made with 100% government inspected and certified pork. We use only just enough fat to keep them from being dry so the end result is a thick, meaty and lean sausage that won’t pass the Dr. Nick’s greasy test (a little Simpson’s reference for you).

All four flavours cost 200nt/500g bag (generally 4 or 5 nice sized sausages). Shipping right to your door anywhere in Taiwan can easily be arranged and is free for orders over 2000nt. Just call (Cory) 0926138585 or (Alice) 0937474622. You can also email us at coryskitchentw@gmail.com check us out on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/coryskitchentw or look up our blog http://tw.myblog.yahoo.com/coryskitchentw
Cory's Kitchen - Kaohsiung, Taiwan

E-mail: coryskitchentw@gmail.com
Blog: http://tw.myblog.yahoo.com/coryskitchentw
Cory's Cell: 0926-138-585
Alice's Cell: 0937-474-622
coryskitchentw
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Re: Cory's Kitchen - Homemade Sausages!

Postby coryskitchentw » 03 Jan 2012, 23:36

Happy New Year!!!

Alice and I would like to thank everyone for your patronage! We hope everyone has a great 2012.

We will be away from January 14th to January 29th and will not be able to process orders and delivery at that time. If you want to serve some delicious sausages for Chinese New Year, please let us know before January 12th.

We have four flavors; Italian, Mexican Chorizo, Garlic and Breakfast. They are all priced at 200nt/500g package. Shipping anywhere in Taiwan can easily be arranged and is free for orders over 2000nt. Just call (Cory) 0926138585 or (Alice) 0937474622. You can also email us at coryskitchentw@gmail.com check us out on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/coryskitchentw or look up our blog http://tw.myblog.yahoo.com/coryskitchentw

Thank you!
Cory's Kitchen - Kaohsiung, Taiwan

E-mail: coryskitchentw@gmail.com
Blog: http://tw.myblog.yahoo.com/coryskitchentw
Cory's Cell: 0926-138-585
Alice's Cell: 0937-474-622
coryskitchentw
Ink Still Wet in Passport (shífēn xīnshǒu)
Ink Still Wet in Passport (shífēn xīnshǒu)
 
Posts: 9
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Joined: 17 Mar 2011, 22:37



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