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LOCAL Winter Squash $1.29/lb Sale starts Tuesday, October 17, 2017 While supplies last. HIDDEN-VUE FARM Pet Patties 35%off LOCAL – Feed your dog real meat! Made with a variety of meats. Reg. $5.39/lb While supplies last. BLASER’S Provolone 20% off Sale price $5.99/lb Sale starts Tuesday, October 17, 2017. While supplies last. Recipe Showcase
It’s incredible (really)! The Incredible Bulk Sale is on now. For this week only, get 15% off all bulk. (Okay, not ALL bulk. Some exclusions apply.) Not convinced you should buy in bulk? Here are 7 incredible reasons why bulk is better.
- Bulk is convenient. Buy as much or as little as you want. No more random giant containers in your cupboards when all you needed was a couple of teaspoons.
- Bulk is easy to use. Bring your own containers and receive a 5¢ credit for each one used. No container? No problem! We have bags for you to use or jars for you to purchase. Just remember to weigh your container before you fill it.
- Bulk can save you money. Bulk products cost on average 89% less than packaged products. You’re not paying for the packaging or the advertising, so you can save.
- Bulk is fresher. You can expect more freshness because bulk products don’t sit around as long as packaged products.
- Bulk is eco-friendly. Reduce waste by using reusable containers and avoiding extra packaging.
- Stock your pantry. The bulk department is loaded with staples such as pastas and flours.
ORGANIC Bartlett Pears 99¢/lb Sale starts Tuesday, October 10, 2017 While supplies last. HIDDEN-VUE FARM Pet Patties 35% off Cally-dog loves ’em more than chasing cows! LOCAL – Feed your dog real meat! Made with a variety of meats. Reg. $5.39/lb Sale starts Tuesday, October 10, 2017 While supplies last. GERHARD’S Apfelkraut Sauerkraut $6.99 each
The apple is a classic American fruit if ever there was one. On average, Americans eat over 50 pounds of apples a year (37% of that in fresh whole apples, the rest processed into apple juice, applesauce, apple pie, etc.). We’ve given it the distinction of official state fruit in Rhode Island, New York, and
LOCAL Apples $1.99/lb Many varieties available by the pound. 3 and 5 lb bags of LOCAL apples also available (not included in this per pound sale). LOCAL – Bayfield, WI Sale starts Tuesday, October 3, 2017 While supplies last. Apple Recipes Mollie Katzen’s Savory Apple Casserole Grilled Cheese with Apple and Sage Leaves Pork, Apple,
If you’ve never tried to make your own pizza, you are missing out on a potentially serious flavor experience. And if you have tried making your own pizza, then you’ve also experienced the disappointment of soggy crust and bland sauce. So, here are some tips to for both pizza newbies and the more experienced pie
LOCAL Green Top Beets $2.99/bunch LOCAL – Northcroft Farm – Ashland, WI Sale starts Tuesday, September 26, 2017 While supplies last. Beet Recipes Beet, Goat Cheese & Honey Tarts Burr Trail Grill Pickled Beets Beet & Feta Burgers Beet Pasta Beet Greens & Rice Gratin Don’t forget, you can find more tasty recipes on Pinterest!
SQUASHAPALOOZA SALE September 18-24, 2017 $1.29/lb REGIONAL – Cumberland, WI One of the oldest cultivated foods in the Western Hemisphere, squash seeds have been dated back to 8,000 BCE in Mexico. In both North and South America, the seeds and flesh of squash were an important part of the pre-Columbian Indian diet. Native Americans
ORGANIC Winter Squash $1.29/lb REGIONAL – Cumberland, WI Sale starts Monday, September 18, 2017 While supplies last. Winter Squash Recipes Butternut Squash Fritters Cheesy Buffalo Chicken Spaghetti Squash Bowls Brown Sugar Delicata Squash Butternut Squash Gnocchi Farro, Mushroom, Cranberry & Walnut Stuffed Acorn Don’t forget, you can find more tasty recipes on Pinterest!
ORGANIC Giant Cantaloupes $2.49 each Sale starts Tuesday, September 12, 2017 While supplies last. Cantaloupe Recipes Minty Cucumber and Cantaloupe Salad Jerk Shrimp Tacos with Spicy Melon Salsa Carrot Cantaloupe Smoothie Cantaloupe Jam with Vanilla Honey Lime Cantaloupe Don’t forget, you can find more tasty recipes on Pinterest!
Want to enjoy the most healthful food—like local, organic fruits and vegetables—year round? Preserving the bounty you’ve grown yourself or purchased from the food co-op or farmer’s market makes it possible. And for those of us who live where the growing season is relatively short, it’s great way to extend the season. Simple food preservation techniques