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Need ideas for sending non-perishable food.

Started 1326647475.53 in Kitchen & Food Talk | Last reply 1326651861.16 by Siennasky
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What are some items I could send to someone for Valentine's Day? Non-perishable items for course.

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sdcowboy1326648223.92814 PostsRegistered 2/9/2009Palm Springs, Ca.

MONEY!!!

You can send anything you want. The weight will make the difference in the cost of shipping....Maybe a gift card?

forrestwolf1326648477.7436158 PostsRegistered 6/20/2010Deep in South Georgia

Do you want to make them your self, or from some place else{#emotions_dlg.confused1} Nutsonline has wonderful things (read current thread on here), and they are fast shipping and wonderful..If you want to make things yourself, you can always mix up hot chocolate mix, Russian tea mix, cookie mixes, bean soup mixes, and package them with simple instructions for the recipient.....What did you have in mindCool

"For the strength of the pack is the wolf, and the strength of the wolf is the pack"
1895 Rudyard Kipling
EDUCATE........NOT ERADICATE

PinkyPetun­ia1326648566.4174570 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004NJ
On 1/15/2012 sdcowboy said:

MONEY!!!

You can send anything you want. The weight will make the difference in the cost of shipping....Maybe a gift card?

I agree. Shipping is so costly now. It will cost a lot to send cookies, candy, treats, etc. Better to send money and a nice card telling the recipient to go out for a meal or buy something nice for themselves.

cosmetics1326649711.851733 PostsRegistered 1/21/2009

I was thinking pasta, parm cheese, nuts, candy.

forrestwolf1326651206.2736158 PostsRegistered 6/20/2010Deep in South Georgia
On 1/15/2012 cosmetics said:

I was thinking pasta, parm cheese, nuts, candy.

Again, I say Nutsonline.........parm cheese is not something that would ship so much....

"For the strength of the pack is the wolf, and the strength of the wolf is the pack"
1895 Rudyard Kipling
EDUCATE........NOT ERADICATE

Siennasky1326651861.162693 PostsRegistered 10/20/2009

Cookies, breads, candy. If you allow time, you can ship parcel post. It is much less expensive than priority mail.

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