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post #91 of 153
Doughbelly, I just wanted to say good luck with your new business. What a great idea for you and your mom and your sister. I think it would be good for everyone.

Boy, if I lived close, I'd be stopping in to visit your shop on a regular basis for some of those stuffed strawberries for sure!

ps - I see frozen cheesecake all the time in stores and at Costco, so I don't see why you couldn't freeze a baked cheesecake. (Not sure about unbaked)
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post #92 of 153
Ok, that sounds tooo yummy, I am going to have to try that. I was thinking cannoli filling would be good too, kinda like cheesecake.
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post #93 of 153
chocolateandpeanutbutter...thank you so much....if you're ever in Weatherford Oklahoma...stop by...the stuffed strawberry is my treat..

I bet it is beautiful in Canada!! I've only been there once...to see Niagra Falls from the Candadian side...simply beautiful.

Doughbelly's is going to be the name of the business. That was a HORRIBLE nickname that my cousins gave me when I was just a small child. Over the years, ALL of the male's in my family called me that (even at the age of 44 icon_evil.gif ) I never once told anyone my nickname...but then when I decided to open the business...and I was trying to think of the perfect name...well.....it just seemed right. So it came out of the skeleton closet....and now I use it... (as Oprah would say "it was a full circle moment". lol.)

susanscakebabies....I agree..I think a cannoli filling would be great in a strawberry... I will have to try it.
post #94 of 153
i made a key lime cheesecake for my dh for his birthday last week, so i had some sitting in the fridge, and would you look at that! i had strawberries too. so as i was making a batch of chocolate dipped strawberries for a customer, i made her a bonus stuffed one too. it's the one on the bottom right.

lol, then my dh ate all the cheesecake! icon_cry.gif
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post #95 of 153
Hi Ladies...I have a ? about the whole patent thing...is she trying to get a patent for her technique or what? Like others have said we also have been making strawberries filled with all kinds of things for years....cookie dough, cake and buttercream, fruit salad, banana pudding, etc. We just called them filled strawberries not stuffed. Maybe I'll go file a patent for baking a cake...lol!
post #96 of 153
From reading her patent application...she is saying that stuffing strawberries is her invention. Hard to believe....
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Steph....how horrible for your friend...I cannot imagine (nor do I ever want to)...burying my child. I have a 9 year old son and a 24 year old daughter....they are my world. My prayers are with her and I hope she has lots of support.



Thank you for your thoughts and prayers for her - she has an older son...and hopefully caring for him will help her find a way out of the darkness. Also, her husband and family are supportive. Like you, I can't even imagine this.

Thanks again... *smiles*
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post #98 of 153
I found a great link for Eminger's strawberries where she gives her cheesecake recipe. Check it out Ladies !!! icon_smile.gif
http://www.wcsh6.com/life/lifestyle/207/article.aspx?storyid=59203
post #99 of 153
I'm trying to understand this. There is a video link earlier in the thread of this woman on a tv show demonstrating how to stuff and dip strawberries. She shows how to make them like little brides and grooms. Why would someone file a patent on something, then go demonstrate exactly how to do it on tv so that everyone at home could make their own? Am I missing something?
post #100 of 153
OMG my mind is running crazy!! Do you guys think this would be a good present for a end of year teacher gift if i made a tray of the stuffed strawberries and some other chocolate covered items I have been racking my brain with what to give them!!
post #101 of 153
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I found a great link for Eminger's strawberries where she gives her cheesecake recipe. Check it out Ladies !!! icon_smile.gif
http://www.wcsh6.com/life/lifestyle/207/article.aspx?storyid=59203



Yes, that link was poseted earlier in the thread. And if you click on the Play video link to the right... there is a video of her showing how to stuff the berries and dip and decorate them too.
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post #102 of 153
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I'm trying to understand this. There is a video link earlier in the thread of this woman on a tv show demonstrating how to stuff and dip strawberries. She shows how to make them like little brides and grooms. Why would someone file a patent on something, then go demonstrate exactly how to do it on tv so that everyone at home could make their own? Am I missing something?




I am missing it too Laura. It makes no sense. And in her patent application - she says that she doesn't want anyone else to be able to stuff a strawberry, because she invented it.... hmmmmm. But why go on TV to give everyone directions? For the publicity obviously - but that is just not right IMO.

Jaime - I think that would make a great gift. I am sure the teachers would love them. I know my in-laws loved the tray of them that I made. They are easy to do and you look good because you can do such things.
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post #103 of 153
I am really not bringing this up to be catty please don't take it that way. Is there any way to protest or somehow object to this patent? It seems awfully unfair that she can claim to have invented this, be granted a patent, and then rightfully stop anyone else from selling these things.

She did not invent this. She may have a special method for doing it and that's her business but there is NO WAY she can claim that she thought this up before anyone else adn has sole rights to it. I would think that no one has thought to try and prevent others from making and selling them.

As for why she publicized it, for publicity as someone said and if she believes she is the only one with a right to sell it and that right is protected then who does it hurt to put it out there?[/i]
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post #104 of 153
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Lenette, I don't know if there is a way to comment on patent applications or not. I have not had the time to research it further. If you look at the US Patent site - there is a ton of information there. You can even see her patent application. But I have not been able to wade thru everything as of yet. So take a look if you can... and let me know if yoou find something.
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post #105 of 153
Lenette, below is some info on protesting:

"Protests by a member of the public against pending applications will be referred to the examiner having charge of the subject matter involved. A protest specifically identifying the application to which the protest is directed will be entered in the application file if: (1) The protest is submitted prior to the publication of the application or the mailing of a notice of allowance under rule 1.311, whichever occurs first; and (2) The protest is either served upon the applicant in accordance with rule 1.248, or filed with the Office in duplicate in the event service is not possible. For more detailed information on protesting a patent, you may visit our Web site at http://www.uspto.gov/web/offices/pac/mpep/mpep.htm for the Manual of Patent Examining Procedure (MPEP) Chapter 1900."

I am a little confused about (1).....since the application has already been published. The way I read it...if one wants to protest after the publication of the application...they must have the protest served to the applicant of the patent.


I don't think you are being catty at all. I was noticing another forum where the price of stuffed strawberries was the discussion. If she is able to get a patent on stuffed strawberries...then anyone who sells them are subject to suit. She provides instructions...because she knows that we can make stuffed strawberries...eat them, give them as gifts, share them with the office....but we CANNOT sell them for a profit. [/quote]
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