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Free frozen yogurt and cheesesteaks today

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Free frozen yogurt and cheesesteaks today

Got you covered for lunch today:

From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tony Luke III will serve samples of the family's Tony Luke's Pronto brand of cheesesteaks, chicken cheesesteaks and pork sandwiches outside of the Tony Luke's stand at 39 E. Oregon Ave. in South Philly. These are from the frozen-food line that Luke and his father are selling in ShopRite stores and on QVC. Right now, there's a lot of attention focused on the eatery, as WYSP has four contestants living in a Ford Mustang in a bid to win the car.

As for dessert, from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., the new Sprinkles frozen yogurt shop in Garden State Park shopping center, Route 70 and Haddonfield Road (next to Douglas Steakhouse) in Cherry Hill will hand out free product on its opening day. Sprinkles adds active yogurt cultures, adding probiotics to supposedly help improve the body's immune system and calcium absorption. Flavors: Original Tart, Pure Vanilla, Classic Cappucino, Green Tea Tart, Irish Mist, Banana-rama, New York Cheesecake, Snickerdoodle Dandy, Berry-licious Sorbet, Krazy Kahlua, Peppermint Stick, Pistachio, and Rootbeer Float, plus eight "swirl" combinations. Future Sprinkles-es will follow later this year on the Penn campus, West Chester and Malvern.

Michael Klein
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