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Local Bounty Update

| November 22, 2016

COSHOCTON – Good morning, local foodies! Hope you all are staying warm. Thanksgiving is in a few days. Don’t forget to stop in for your holiday goodies!
Epic Delights Bakery has cheesecake, pie, and pumpkin rolls! Don’t forget your side dishes! We have sweet potatoes, onions, garlic, leeks, potatoes, squash, kale, peppers, beets and cauliflower, broccoli, collards, cabbage, turnips, apples and rhubarb, eggs, butter, milk, cheese, and eggnog! OH MY!

Happy Thanksgiving to you all!
We are very thankful for your support!

Best thoughts,
Kristie

 

 

Vendor Updates

 

Windy Hill Farm

Happy Thanksgiving everybody. This week we have our stay-soft Peanut Butter cookies, made with real butter, brown sugar and 1-1/2 cups of peanut butter! (Who says you can’t have a cookie for breakfast while you’re watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade?) Also, pick up some White Trash party mix to give to the host/s of that Thanksgiving get-together. Tell them they can put it out during the football game (or they can keep it for themselves as a reward for all their hard work). Lastly, considering shopping small (and local) this Saturday, and all through the Christmas season, as we say thank you for shopping at, and supporting, Local Bounty.

 

 

Bob’s Pickle Patch/ Verda’s Hens

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!  Thank you loyal customers for shopping at Local Bounty, and thanks to the One who makes all of the bounty possible.

The McGraws

 

 

Our Garden

Our Garden was covered in snow over the weekend with freezing temperatures. We picked in time to save sweet and mild hot peppers and cauliflower.  The cabbage, beets, leeks, and broccoli may survive if it is not freezing for too long. We have some of the greens, but may start running short as they are under the covers frozen to the ground. Still good supplies of winter squash and pumpkins at $0.50 per pound. Try a squash bowl filled with roasted squash and pumpkin or leek and potato soup

Not ready for soup, but want it in when it gets colder? Just freeze the squash, cut in cubes on a cookie sheet and then after frozen, put it in a freezer bag. I like this method because I can use as little or as much as I need and not have to be exact when I am freezing. So stay warm and enjoy shopping at Local Bounty for warming foods for the body and soul, and thank you for supporting Our Garden!

Our family,

John, Bonnie, Johnathan, Kristen, Erin, Benjamin, and Ryan

 

 

Flying Pig Farm

Need a last minute hostess gift? Pick up some jam or a soup mix to pair with a fresh loaf of bread! We will also have gift baskets available for holiday gifts. Please let us know if you’d like specific items and we’ll custom-make a basket just for you. We are grateful for your support and happy to be able to bring you and your family healthy food. We hope you have a blessed Thanksgiving!

 

 

Loveridge House Brand

Hello everyone,
I hope everyone has enjoyed this beautiful Fall weather. Now it’s getting Holiday time and the temperatures are dropping. We will be bringing more nut butters over on Wednesday afternoon. Along with the nut butters we will also have gift boxes ? for Christmas gifts. The gift boxes will contain a 4 oz. bottle of our honey ?, a beautiful bar of our “honey soap” and a 4 oz. jar of nut butter. We hope you’ll stop by and take a look as these will make nice Christmas ? gifts for that hard to buy for person.
Happy Thanksgiving ? to each of you.
Tom and Susie Fish

 

As always thank you for your support!!

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.

“Coshocton’s only year-round farmers market.”

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