Since TiVo will let you wait a little longer to watch last night's long-awaited return of Revenge, head to Double Wide tonight for the debut of Sugar Derby Mobile: a vintage/antique shop built into a period-correct 1958 Traveleze trailer by a foodie/"sprinkle hoarder" with help from her late father's incredibly supportive friends.
Estate sales have netted her (and soon you) a motley assortment of finds including mid-mod salt art, leather beer koozies, mid-century liquor-bottle socks (embroidered with "Scotch", "Bourbon", etc.), old albums (Beatles, Chet Atkins...), leather wallet holsters, a late '50s electric orange juice maker, and atomic ashtrays, which you could say represented a "we're all gonna be incinerated anyway so why not smoke?" philosophy, except back then people thought cigarettes were full of vitamins.
While she wants to "make sure people know I am not a food truck!", she will be giving away her own baked goods tonight. She'll also be regularly selling rotating snacks from other area bakers/candiers, from Emporium Pies' shortbread-crusted, bourbon-pecan Drunken Nut, to handmade sea salt caramels, "Twix" bars, and dark-choc-covered caramel/coffee marshmallows from I Want Candy -- though of course there's nothing sweeter than Revenge.
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