Of Creameries, Characters, and Charcuterie
My family and I recently took a trip to Deep Creek Lake. One of my son’s friends and a friend of mine who recently retired wanted to see us.
We met the charming family of my son’s friend at the Lakeside Creamery. We had never been there before but the line of people, curving around the building spoke to the delicious quality of their ice cream.
The wait was totally worth it. Butterfinger cone for me and raspberry sherbet for my little girl who has trouble with Lactose and despises taking the enzyme pill to counteract that dairy ingredient.
Deep Creek also had an incredible amount of gift shops with assorted Dark Chocolate. Mmm…..
My sons wore Super Mario socks while we were in Deep Creek, and a lot of people commented on how cute those socks were.
A few days later we were in Ronald Reagan National Airport and passed by a cafe that had Charcuterie on it’s main display. I asked the hostess what that dish was and she said it was cheese or cheese dishes. Since the cafe was French themed, I asked about cheese being pronounced as fromage, at least that’s what my French speaking mother taught me.
Turns out, cold cooked meats collectively is how Charcuterie is defined. Since that dish usually includes various cheeses, breads, and crackers it seems like a sampler appetizer but another chef told me that’s not what Charcuterie truly is.
The good news is:
HOMEMAIDE helps you sell your style and buy the things that make you smile, seamlessly.
Any item you pass while you’re travelling and take a picture of, any fun detour or side attraction you stop at while on a road trip, any delicious cone from Lakeside Creamery, or dark chocolate, or Super Mario socks, clothes, games, game consoles, or memorabilia— all you have to do is upload a picture or paused video screenshot of that to your existing social media sites and Homemaide will send you a commission for every purchase your friends make.
AND — they don’t have to buy a lake house 🏠, or an ice cream franchise for you to earn a commission. If they rented the cheapest economy car with the basic package, for one day only, you’d still earn a commission off that. If they bought Mario Maker 2 or simply the same socks, or only one dark chocolate or one cone — or the item that was in your picture, video, or voice-automated update (like a rental car, Airbnb lodging, hotel stay, Lyft, Uber, Via trip) — they can purchase that (even as a e-giftcard) and ship that to a family member, relative, or friend. And after that purchase, yes, you’ll still earn a commission from that purchase.
If they bought stock in the Creamery franchise, or Godiva Chocolate, or Nintendo — YOU’d earn a commission off of that purchase. If they bought any item from the pictures you uploaded, you’d earn money. That’s the magic of Homemaide.