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Mike Watson sends name of mystery jalapeno jelly seller

Comments re article 64123 Help Hooked on Jalapeno Jelly and needs help Mike Watson writes:
Gayla Baker was selling it like "hot cakes" at Christmas in Columbia. --Mike Watson
Thanks, Mike Watson, for this excellent research and act of Good Samaritanism - So, for Peg Schaeffer - Best place to contact Gayla Baker - to our knowledge the only Adair Countian ever in the history of the world and I had World History under Miss Reedie Tucker - would be through Baker's Grocery, Knifley, KY. Then, maybe Gayla will read this and tell us how the jalapeno jelly can be found. - EW



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