Friday, October 28, 2011
Saturday October 29th Poulsbo Farmers Market
7:07 pm pdt
Great Goodies at the Poulsbo Farmers Market Saturday
Drop by and visit Cliff at the first "Winter" season market. It is where it always is at
7th and Iverson in Poulsbo.
At this time of year pumpkins take the lead. We have
jack-o-lantern sized pie pumpkins. These are great, and we are selling them for only 45¢ per pound. This is a huge savings
just for our delightful "Halloween holiday."
We have luscious
squash: delicata, Guatemala Blue Banana (reminds me of a winter zucchini), Anna Swartz hubbard (short fibers give a wonder
texture), Acorns, and Buttercup.
Here is our "little list" of truly special food for you and your family:
Yukon gold potatoes
Our prices, as well
as the prices of the other farmers rival the grocery stores. Don't be hoodwinked by the grocery stores. Come to the Poulsbo
Farmers Market and see for yourself. Fresh Good Food Kitsap Grown
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Wednesday October 26 Update
8:23 am pdt FRESH CHICKEN! READY FOR PICK UP AFTER 4 P.M.* We have a few chickens that are not pre-ordered. First come on those. SOLD OUT
FARM STORE OPEN TODAY --
NO CSA after 2 p.m. beef is ready for pick up.
Winter Squash -- Delicata, Anna Swartz
Hubbard, Guatemalan Blues
*LET YOUR CHICKEN REST
Want a tender chicken? Let your chicken rest an additional 24 hours before cooking or freezing it.
If you need to freeze it today, let it rest an additional 24 hours after thawing. That is the secret to tender fresh chicken
is letting it rest 48 hours.
Sunday, October 23, 2011
12:40 pm pdt
We dropped the price!
Send me your order by Monday evening by clicking here to send me an e-mail, and pay when you pick them up. I'll e-mail you for the pick up day.
Kids love them!
They come in this week in time for Halloween parties.
Great Halloween party treats.
They are yummy.
Not at all like the apples in the grocery store.
I have never tasted a better Red Delicious apple. It was big, hard, juicy, and crisp, and filled with more
flavor than the ones I bought from the store.
are always rated the best in taste tests, these are juicy and crisp with a strong apple scent.
are healthy for you. You can eat the whole apple, skin and all because its Certified Organic and raised in Central Washington
by family owned farm. These apples are perfect for canning, baking,
freezing, or cooking.
Already ordered? You get the lower price, too.
Delicious Apples $39 per 40# boxes
Apples $46 per 40# boxes
Fresh, just picked apples These
apples are "home delivery grade" which means they will have a small blemish or two.
Friday, October 21, 2011
8:35 pm pdt
No CSA until our Fall/Winter CSA begins on November 1 and 2 for Tuesday and Wednesday
pick ups, and November 5 for Saturday.
Cliff will be at the Poulsbo Farmers Market with peppers, corn, collards, squash (beautiful squash including
zucchini), carrots, lettuce, so much more, and pumpkins.
Carve for Jack-O-Lanterns
Bake into Pies
HUNDREDS OF PUMPKINS
YOU TO CHOOSE FROM AT THE FARM OR AT THE POULSBO FARMERS MARKET
Buy 100 pounds: there is a price drop.
500 pounds: there is another price drop.
Buy a ton: there
is another price drop.
Monday, October 17, 2011
FARM STORE OPEN
2:35 pm pdt
Carve for Jack-O-Lanterns
Bake into Pies
FOR YOU TO CHOOSE FROM
STORE OPEN DAILY THROUGH HALLOWEEN
2 P.M. TO 6:30 P.M. Starting October 18
Save 10% with Veggie Bucks, always
Make sure your pumpkins are your treat not a trick.
Old Zebs, Magician, and Dakota pumpkins are easy to handle for carving and delicious cooked. Sizes range from 3 pounds to
20 pounds. These are heritage varieties provide delicious seeds, too.
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
LAMB IS HERE
The lamb is from Woolen Acres is now in our freezers. More on Wollen Acres below.
6:16 pm pdt
|| || |
|cut || Price/lb ||CSA member 10% discount
|Fore Shanks ||$9.99 ||$8.99 |
shoulder roast ||$9.99 ||$8.99 |
|Rib eye ||$15.99
|Rack ||$17.99 ||$16.19 |
loin chops ||$14.49 ||$13.04 |
|Thick Flank ||$12.99
|Carvery style leg ||$10.49 ||$9.44 |
& or Ground ||$9.99 ||$8.99 |
|Liver, Kidney, Heart,
Acres is a small 10 acre farm located in south Kitsap near Burley, it is owned & operated by Jade, Cynthia, Elliana, &
Their lambs are raised on a natural
diet consisting primarily of grass & legume pasture, with supplemental feed provided when necessary. All lambs for meat
are finished exclusively on pasture without any grain.
There is a very limited quantity of this lamb available. Please see our lamb flyer for cuts
is very involved with the Puget Sound Meat Producers Cooperative, (PSMPC) which operates a USDA inspected mobile meat processing
unit. After conferring with Jade, we decided to butcher our beef with the PSMPC, which allows us to sell
our beef by the piece at our Farm Store.
The lamb and beef are naturally raised, however
they are not certified organic.
Saturday, October 8, 2011
Today at the Poulsbo Farmers Market
6:51 am pdt
6:30 a.m. Cliff just left for the Poulsbo Farmers Market. We will have a very full cart
of delicious, Kitsap Grown food and our CSA members will have bags so full they will have to take something more that is
not in the bag.
We have green beans, corn (2/$1), pumpkins big enough for Halloween
and tasty enough for soups and pies, an incredible selection of sweet and hot peppers, lots of squash, patti pan, Patisson
Panaché, Jaune et Verte Conv flying saucers, , Guatemalan Blue, Boston Morrow (use these like pumpkins), and pumpkins,
pumpkins, pumpkins. Here is a list of what we have in our CSA shares Farm grown apples (all), Basil (Mini), Collards (all),
Corn (all), Green Beans (all), Patti Pan (flying saucer squash) (all), Peppers (Small), Pumpkins, Dakota (all). Silverbeet
chard (all). We have 3 sizes of shares, Large, Small, and Mini. By the way, we
have a small family, and all our food is grown in Kitsap County. You can drop by and visit you vegetables.
Monday, October 3, 2011
FALL/WINTER CSA, YEAR ROUND, & SUMMER 2012
4:21 pm pdt
I have finally finished getting the ordering up. You can order your Fall/Winter CSA, join Year Round and not worry about
price changes, or lock in your share price for the Summer 2012 CSA. I can assure you that prices will go up, since I had to
make decisions on how to reward those who support us with early CSA subscriptions.
Thank you all, for your support.