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The specially designed ‘Nutty Bavarian© equipment’ simultaneously roasts and glazes a variety of nuts to create a unique and delicious gourmet product. The roasting and glazing occurs in direct view of the customer. As the nuts are about to be removed, water is poured on the nuts to complete the glazing process. Dramatically, steam rises and fills the air with a wonderful cinnamon scent attracting many more customers. Finally, the nuts are poured from the roaster, steaming hot, packaged, and sold fresh and warm.
The aroma from our nuts, fresh roasted 'on site' at your special event, is sure to draw customers searching for that 'amazing smell'.
Pecans, Cashews and Almonds roasted and glazed in sweet cinnamon-sugar and vanilla.
The result is not just any roasted nut, but a nut roasted to perfection ...with just the right amount of sweetness. For a taste that is out of this world!
After just one taste of our free samples (offered at every event) ...you're hooked!
Come .....Get Nutty With Us!!
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"We are excited to open Yulman Stadium to high school football, and take particular pleasure in welcoming St. Augustine and De La Salle as the first game," said Troy Dannen,Ben Weiner Director of Athletics at Tulane. "Part of the vision when the stadium was first contemplated was the ability to engage and serve the community in new ways. Today's announcement is a significant step in expanding that engagement. We expect further announcements in the future about additional games involving local high schools as this high school series commences." ** 06/29/17
Wave 100 is a worldwide campaign seeking the support of over 5,000 Tulanians with a gift of $100 or more to propel the future success of our athletics programs.
We have reached our first milestone of 1,000 Tulanians, but there's still a long way to go.