Local Bounty update

| September 27, 2016

Good morning Local Foodies!

Class: Winter squash soup
When : October  27th  Thursday
Time: 6:00pm
Where : Local Bounty

Sign up to enjoy a fall evening with the Lady of the Veggies. We will sip on hot cider and talk about how easy it is to make winter squash soup. Along with freezing techniques and cooking tips.

Have a fabulous week!
Thank you for your support!

Best thoughts,

Vendor Updates

Strawberry Hill Farm

It’s finally feeling like fall, and the cooler weather is a welcome relief for some crops in the garden. The kale is loving it and continues to produce lots of tender leaves. We’ve stocked more Winterbor kale at Local Bounty, plus Provider green beans, Carmen sweet peppers, cilantro and summer squash. And, of course, eggs from our happy hens on pasture. Thank you to all who come to buy fresh and local!

Windy Hill Farms

RHUBARB is back, but only have a few pounds. Peanut butter cookies will arrive on Wednesday. (Sorry, but had to give an Amish neighbor a ride on Monday and the cookies won’t get made until today.)

Flying Pig Farm

As the weather gets cooler, it seems our Crock-Pot comes out of it’s summer hibernation. Try one of our soup mixes with some of our grass fed beef. It’s so lean you won’t have to drain any fat! Look for our heritage breed chicken cuts after Oct. 5th. We pasture our chickens and supplement with non-GMO feed. As always, thanks for supporting your local farmers!

Ashcraft Acres

Lamb has been re-stocked with all the usual cuts, something new this time is “neck steaks”,  could be used along with or in place of lamb shanks, Let me know what you think.

The breeding quality lambs are getting ready for the Coshocton County Fair, learning to lead on halters and stand quietly while in the show ring,  The yearlings are old hats at being in the show ring having been to the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival in May.  Belle, a ewe lamb will be participating in the lamb lead with Colton Gress, both have been working very hard at learning to lead.  If you get a chance, stop by and see us!

Mullet Apiaries

Autumn and cool weather are finally here! We love fall here in the hills of Coshocton County. The colors, the pumpkins and corn mazes, the fair. The Coshocton County Beekeepers will have a booth in the Ag building so be sure to stop, see the observation hive and talk to a beekeeper. In the meantime, stock up on honey to put in your hot drinks, on your toast, over your oatmeal in the morning or drizzle some on cornbread. As always, thanks for your business!

Keene Creek Farm

Ham loaf is finally back in stock. We dropped off a load last Friday and have lots more here at the farm, so we will restock again if needed this week. We also have lots of other cuts available – roasts, baby back ribs, bacon, sausages (including brats) and Canadian bacon. We are getting more hogs butchered in a few weeks and will have a *new* brat option for you – beer brats. They’re new at our butcher shop and we can’t wait to make them available to you – we sampled them last week (made with real beer and hops) and they’re delicious. As always, we appreciate the support you show our family’s farm. We appreciate the opportunity to do what we love.

Epic Delights Bakery

Fall is officially upon us! This week we will be stocking one of our customer favorites, Caramel Apple Cheesecake. We will also be bringing Italian Bread and Pumpkin Spice Snowballs. Our Italian bread is a great choice for a dipping bread, eating it with hot cup of soup or to take along to your holiday parties. The Pumpkin Spice Snowballs are delicious as a small snack to go with a hot cup of coffee to satisfy your sweet tooth. We hope your have been enjoying our products and we are happy to be baking local! ?

Local Bounty Coshocton, Inc.
22951 S.R. 83 N. Coshocton, OH 43812
740-622-1400 – We’re also on facebook!

Store Hours
Tuesday – Friday 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturdays: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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