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Bagels, get your bagels

screaming banshee 18 February 2013 7

Wanted:

Someone who wants to make a fortune selling bagels at the farmers market.

All you need to do is show up on time and serve people in a timely manner.

It is also recommended you bring enough change so you don’t have to beg for change from other vendors EVERY WEEK.

Discuss.


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smiling politely smiling politely 9:13 am 20 Feb 13

The bagels are ok but nothing overly special – I started making my own as a result, they’re remarkably easy to produce if you can set aside a little bit of time for the process. Quick bit of google-fu will bring up recipes.

ATypicalUsername ATypicalUsername 3:19 am 20 Feb 13

Madam Cholet said :

Or you could just go to Bread Nerds in Hume. Although I believe you would have to do it on a week day as they are not open at the weekend.

I bought a whole heap (150 actually), of macarons from a well known trader at the farmers market a while back. I can tell you that dealing with them was not exactly a thrilling experience – like I was being done a favour. I have also emailed one of the traders at the farmers market hoping to find out if they will be selling a particular item so I know whether to turn up early on a Saturday – no response.

They are doing you a favour.
In this case, selling you 150 macaroons.

Not to put too fine a point on it, but if you don’t like the way you’re treated, you’ve got every right to go somewhere else.

Rollersk8r Rollersk8r 9:40 am 19 Feb 13

Funny. Have only started going there recently and couldn’t work out the massive queue and incredibly slow pace of the sellers.

Madam Cholet Madam Cholet 9:21 am 19 Feb 13

Madam Cholet said :

]First world problems huh

Yep, in a first world country. If I was in a third world country, I wouldn’t be batting my pretty little eyelids about it.

Solution – refuse to shop with these providers and also have a whinge on RA.

G-Fresh G-Fresh 9:03 am 19 Feb 13

Madam Cholet said :

Or you could just go to Bread Nerds in Hume. Although I believe you would have to do it on a week day as they are not open at the weekend.

I bought a whole heap (150 actually), of macarons from a well known trader at the farmers market a while back. I can tell you that dealing with them was not exactly a thrilling experience – like I was being done a favour. I have also emailed one of the traders at the farmers market hoping to find out if they will be selling a particular item so I know whether to turn up early on a Saturday – no response.

First world problems huh

Madam Cholet Madam Cholet 8:34 am 19 Feb 13

Or you could just go to Bread Nerds in Hume. Although I believe you would have to do it on a week day as they are not open at the weekend.

I bought a whole heap (150 actually), of macarons from a well known trader at the farmers market a while back. I can tell you that dealing with them was not exactly a thrilling experience – like I was being done a favour. I have also emailed one of the traders at the farmers market hoping to find out if they will be selling a particular item so I know whether to turn up early on a Saturday – no response.

p996911turbo p996911turbo 9:51 pm 18 Feb 13

And bring enough bagels. I swear you only get half an hour at the Woden CIT market before they sell out.

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