Archive for November, 2011

Last Chance For Gobs. Ever.

November 10, 2011

Well, it’s true. Saying goodbye isn’t easy. I’ve been thinking for awhile now about what I would write when the time came to wrap things up here in gobland, and honestly it’s been more difficult than I thought it would be. I’m still at a loss for the right words to express my gratitude without getting all mushy. So I’ve decided to take the easy way out, at least for this post, and save my farewells for later.

As of November 14, you will no longer be able to purchase gobs online. The Gobba Gobba Hey store at Foodzie.com will close and the links below will no longer be active.

So here is your chance to order the following gob boxes for the holidays.

If you are interested in purchasing the Gobble Gobble Hey Turkey Day gob box, containing Spiced Pumpkin gobs, Orange Cranberry gobs and Chocolate gobs with vanilla frosting, please click here. It will ship on Monday, November 21st. You can also order for local delivery in San Francisco. They will arrive that same day.

If you are interested in ordering The Twelve Gobs of Christmas with a shipping and local delivery date of December 7th, please click here.

Or, if you wanted to purchase The Twelve Gobs of Christmas and have them ship or deliver on December 14th, please click here.

Because Christmas Day falls on a Sunday this year, and because ample time is required for shipping during the busy holiday season, Wednesday, December 14th will be the last day The Twelve Gobs of Christmas will be shipped or delivered.

As always, the number of available boxes is limited.

Until my final post, whenever that will be, thank you all for your love, friendship and support during these two and a half years. It’s been a wild and wonderful ride.

And don’t forget – even though you won’t be able to order Gobba Gobba Hey gobs any longer, you can still keep the memory of them in your heart…. and on your book shelf! Click here to buy Gobba Gobba Hey: A Gob Cook Book!  Filled with 52 gob recipes, including all of your favorites which you can make over and over and over again, it’s truly the gift that keeps on giving! (For a little buying incentive, and a shameless pat on the back, click on the link to read why Epicurious.com’s Esther Sung was “whisked off [her] feet by Steven Gdula’s Gobba Gobba Hey: A Gob Cook Book!”) 

Now, hurry! Before those Foodzie.com links expire!!!