So my dad keeps pestering me for farkleberry tarts... but we live in NE Florida. That’s an issue. Does anyone know where I can buy some of those damn berries so I can make him a tart? 🙃 Thanks.
- InLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
Farkleberries, Farkleberry Bear, and Farkleberry Tarts are fictitious creations made up by radio broadcaster Jack Bogut as part of a fundraising campaign for the Children's Hospital in Pittsburg. The AM radio station had a 500,000 watt transmitter and his broadcast could be heard as far away as California (if the weather was right). A Farkleberry Bear plush toy was made, and a brewery is making Farkleberry Tart Beer in honor of the local icon.
"The Farklebeary Bear can be found at these retail locations: Foodland, Brueggers Bagels, Boscov's and Exxon. An order form also can be downloaded from the Children's Hospital Web site at http://www.chp.edu..
Also available this year is the 1999 Farkleberry ornament sold by KDKA Radio. It is available on the Internet at http://www.kdkaradio.com/store.html. Farkleberry ice cream by Hagan is available at local supermarkets, and farkleberry bagels are being sold by Brueggers. Farkleberry cookies are being donated by Pati-Petite Cookies in South Fayette and are available to anyone who makes a donation to Children's at one of the remote donation sites."Source(s): http://old.post-gazette.com/magazine/19991118kbear... https://untappd.com/b/burgh-ers-brewing-farkleberr... https://kdkaradio.radio.com/blogs/kdka-radio-morni...
- SSP Bowl DudeLv 71 month ago
Offer him a snozzberry tart instead.
- 1 month ago
This is one of those questions that just really makes me see how good I have it in life. No one is pestering me for a "farkleberry" tart and I don't and won't even know what that is. Google must have NOTHING on farkleberries for you to come here. Good luck.
- 1 month ago
I'll get you one of those, baby.