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Jun.

20

The British Sandwich Association

Freshly Made by Biggie on June 20, 2013

England takes their love for sandwiches very seriously. To the point that, in 1990, they founded the British Sandwich Association (BSA). The BSA aims: “To safeguard the integrity of the sandwich industry by setting technical standards for sandwich making and by encouraging improvement in the industry. To promote excellence and innovation in sandwich making. To provide a source of information for the industry. To promote the consumption…

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Jun.

4

Lunchbox AllStar

Freshly Made by Biggie on June 4, 2013
Lunchbox AllStar T-shirt

I wanted a shirt design that was both iconic and old school, like the sandwich and the lunchbox.  I believe that the sandwich is the King of Meals; some may not agree. However, they can’t deny that the sandwich is the King of Lunch, the All Star of the Lunchbox.  Most lunches would not be complete without a sandwich. This…

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May.

20

Sandwich Parade

Freshly Made by Biggie on May 20, 2013

I’ve been fortunate to work with Lain Lee III during the beginning process of starting Deli Fresh Threads.  It is always great to have a good communication flow with someone that understands your vision and what you are trying to do.  As I was bouncing branding/logo ideas back and forth with Lain, he drew a…

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May.

16

Johnny Cupcakes

Freshly Made by Biggie on May 16, 2013

Like many of you,  I am a big Johnny Cupcakes fan and I have been inspired by him.  Sometimes the simplest of ideas can be tough to do:  “Do more of what makes you happy!”  The saying is so true and something that I was missing in my life.  I am happy with many parts…

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May.

2

I’m an open book and I wanted to share my journey with you.   I am a one person shop.  As of April 18th I have officially been open for 3 months.  It feels like I’ve been doing this for a while now.  That is probably because I had been thinking about doing Deli Fresh Threads…

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Apr.

11

Where did you put my Cheese?

Freshly Made by Biggie on April 11, 2013
Credit: Chris Hoover/Modernist Cuisine, LLC

Cheese is the great divider in a sandwich. Some may or may not agree with me but I think cheese placement is important in the building of a sandwich.  Some like to put the cheese on first or last on a sandwich when putting your meat/filling together.  I believe the cheese should be in the…

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Apr.

5

Get Well Sale!

Freshly Made by Biggie on April 5, 2013

I’m heading out of town to help take care of my Mom who is having major surgery. So in honor of her speedy recovery I’m offering a GET WELL SALE! Shop at Deli Fresh Threads and when checking out put in the code: GETWELL and you will get 10% off your order. The discount code is valid…

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Apr.

4

YelpOrlando Elite event

Freshly Made by Biggie on April 4, 2013

I was given the opportunity to introduce and talk about the brand Deli Fresh Threads at a Yelp Orlando Elite event a few weeks ago.  It was my first time doing something like this so I was excited and curious on how it would go.  The Yelp Orlando Elite event is something that Yelp does every month at various locations and it…

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Apr.

2

I want to like you PB&J

Freshly Made by Biggie on April 2, 2013

April 2nd is National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day.  The Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwich is an American staple.  It’s the perfect combo for a sandwich- it’s quick, easy and filling. It is something I am sure you’ve eaten and enjoy unless you have a nut allergy. I however do NOT like PB&J.  I don’t have…

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Mar.

27

Justin Warner has a book called The Laws of Cooking

@UCFBiggie Reuben. But that's not a good topic in NYC. Same as pizza. — Justin Warner (@EatFellowHumans) September 16, 2012 As I mentioned before I enjoy watching cooking shows. I watched Food Network Star and one of my favorite contestants on season 8 was Justin Warner (I also loved Emily Ellen).  I liked Justin because he was different and…

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