Celebrate Paczki Day in Gladwin MI

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February 24 Paczki Day in Gladwin

February 24 is Paczki day at the Blue Ribbon Bakery in downtown Gladwin.   Make sure you put in your order ahead of time to insure you and your family will enjoy your favorite Paczki flavor and not be disappointed when the big day arrives. Phone in your orders to 989-426-1613.

You'll find Paczki's throughout stores and bakeries in Gladwin, but in this person's opinion Blue Ribbon is hands down one of the freshest and best in tBlue Ribbon Bakeryhe area.

In a previous post an announcement was made of their move into town in The Blue Ribbon Bakery Has a New Address. So order your favorite Paczki's or just stop in for lunch and allow yourself a fabulous mouth watering treat. You can tell Beth Heintz and the girls Sue said hello and enjoy Paczki Day with many of our sweet tooth friends in Gladwin.

 Celebrate with Gladwin      

Blue Ribbon Bakery
121 East Cedar Ave.
Gladwin,  MI 48624
989.426.1613

 

 

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Comments (5)

Jason Rose
123 ConEd LLC -- Michigan real estate continuing education - Farmington Hills, MI
www.123ConEd.com

Thanks for the reminder, Sue.  The Blue Ribbon Bakery is awesome!

Feb 13, 2009 01:10 AM
Sue Berger
Gladwin, MI
Gladwin MI

Jason-  Thanks for the comment and make sure if your going to be in Gladwin that you put your order
            in ahead of time and they'll have it ready for you.

  

Feb 13, 2009 03:00 AM
Marilyn Harrell
Better Homes and Acres - Beaverton, MI
Wixom Lake - Beaverton MI

My daughter loves The Blue Ribbon Bakery! I was going to give her the coupon Gladwin County Abstract gave me for there.

Can you tell us more about the Paczki ?

Feb 17, 2009 02:22 PM
Sue Berger
Gladwin, MI
Gladwin MI

Hi Marilyn~ I was first introduced to Paczki's (pronounced poonch-kee or punch-key) by my grandmother who is Polish when I was just a little girl.  She would make the traditional Paczki,  jelly filled with powder sugar or a glaze over them. Now they're made with all kinds of fillings and frostings.  Wikipedia describes them as a Polish doughnut.  I enjoyed them as a kid and I still enjoy them and so does the family.  Tell your daughter we agree with her we love the Blue Ribbon Bakery too.  Thanks for your comment.

Feb 18, 2009 05:01 AM