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Want to have baklava? Go to the Greek bake sale October 18, 2006

Posted by grhomeboy in Greek Diaspora.

Plenty of people are gearing up for the holidays already, offering baked goods to tempt your sweet tooth and feasts for your table.

If you’re craving homemade baklava, there is still time (until Monday) to order it from Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church during the annual holiday bake sale sponsored by the Daughters of Penelope and Philoptochos Charity.

Sweet bread is $3.50, a small pan of baklava (20 pieces) is $12 and a large pan (40 pieces) is $21. You can also get tyropitta or spanakopitta (cheese or spinach pies) (12, frozen and ready to bake) for $7.50 and a Penelopian cookbook for $18. 

To place an order, call Bess Printzos at 490-1009 or Teddy Harmon at 745-7246.

Pickup times are 9a.m. to 7p.m. Nov. 17 and 9a.m. to noon November 18. The church is at 110 E. Wallen Road.

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