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Home - Made Pork Skins ---These Things Are Good!


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Posted by: Eddie Ingram
Date: Sep 04 2017 8:52 AM

Start getting your orders in to Us ASAP, preferably by Tuesday, but no later than Wednesday!  We cook on Wednesday and Thursday and deliver on Friday. Text or call Mitch at 678-953-1510.
Flavors include: plain, BBQ, garlic Parmesan, salt & pepper, ranch, salt & vinegar, smoked bacon, hot & spicy and cinnamon sugar. Our repeat business has been great! This is a great product. If you have not tried it yet, order now. They are $3 per bag. Minimum 5 bags per delivery location. If your order is less than five bags or if you are outside the Dothan area you can meet me for pick up Friday at the following locations.
1. Italian Express Restaurant - 12:30-1:00
2. Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market - Close to Flowers - 2:30-3:00
3. Gander Mountain Parking Lot - 3:30-4:00
4. K-Mart Parking Lot - North Side - 4:30-5:00
If you are in Webb, Cowarts, Ashford areas, you can pick up your order on Thursday from 2:00-5:00 at our cooking location, (Your order still must be placed before Wednesday), it is 1366 Enon Rd. Webb. We are in the church parking lot under the shelter.
Don’t forget, I need your orders ASAP. These skins are great for parties, work snacks, eating while fishing or camping, or just as a side with a sandwich. Visit our page at www.facebook.com/porkskinz to see our reviews and comments. Thanks Everybody!


Mitch



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