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Log Cabin syrup is an American brand of pre-packaged syrups owned by Pinnacle Foods. Log Cabin syrup was introduced in 1887. Grocer Patrick James Towle, who lived in the village of Forest Lake, Minnesota, initially formulated it. He named the syrup in honor of his childhood hero, Abraham Lincoln, who served the 16th Administration of Presidencies of the United States and who was famed for having spent his childhood living in a log cabin.

An angry customer said this on influenster "This stuff is NASTY. Colored, preservative-loaded, disgusting corn syrup is all this is. I don't know why anyone would waste their money on this when they can just blend up some corn syrup and artificial flavors and colors and get the same thing. Log Cabin sucks".


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Hostess (Former Employee) says

"not nice managment, they dont care about many people who work there. They except so much from you, which is okay, but they are rude, inappropriate and just plain mean in return"

Server and Bartender (Former Employee) says

"if you are dedicated, knowledgeable and have experience you will not be appreciated. You will be used and abused. If you have no knowledge or experience and are female and strip down and dance at the end of the night and do special favors for the owner you will be promoted to manager very quickly, These managers steal from the owner consistently giving free drinks to friends. Not worth the trip. Cons: owner is a fascist, racist and a homophobe"

Head line cook (Former Employee) says

"The manager and head chef were nice. But the owner does not care about anything. His employees are nothing to him and he does not pay well. No paid sick time at all."

paper round (Former Employee) says

"I would go in early and would be given papers to deliver to around 8 roads with specific doors. The employers paid me little for a physically draining job. It was all up hill and they spoke to me with a cold attitude. Cons: treated with little respect"

LINE COOK (Former Employee) says

"I enjoyed my time at The Cabin. The staff and management were overall very friendly and helpful. it is a great place to learn how to cook Louisiana style cuisine in a restaurant style setting as well as receive some knowledge about cooking and serving for banquet style events."

Waitress (Former Employee) says

"The manager treats his staff unprofessionally. The employees are excellent, hard workers and The Cabins biggest assets. They should be treated as such. Cons: Poor Management"

paper round (Former Employee) says

"Keep up the good work and it is was good and I mean a lot and I went to some new places that I have never been before. The most fun thing that I done doing the pepper round was talking too the customers Cons: Short hours"

Bar Manager (Current Employee) says

"Working at the Three Crowns was a fun environment but I wanted something better for myself, more hours and a better salary. That’s why I left for The Cabin, as I was offered the role of Bar Manager. Cons: Yearly salary"

Waitress (Former Employee) says

"Learned how to work multiple cash systems, point of sale Debit/Credit"

Shop Assistant (Former Employee) says

"serving customers in the bakery"

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