Local Bounty Update

| November 29, 2016

Managers Note

Good Morning Local Foodies! I hope you all had a wonderful holiday.

Local Bounty news: We are proud to announce that we have a website, www.localbountycoshocton.com. Please check it out!

Kale Yeah Class: Learn to make kale three different ways while sipping on hot chocolate. We will be tasting too!
Where: Local Bounty
When: Friday, Dec. 2 at 6:15 p.m.
We need at least eight people for this class to happen. We only have two right now. So if you are interested, please contact us at our Local Bounty Facebook or calling us at the market.

Have a terrific week!

Best thoughts,


Vendor Updates


Strawberry Hill Farm

It’s been a busy week at Strawberry Hill with Thanksgiving, lots of family, and hunting! We’ll be a little late getting our pastured eggs and kale to the store this week. Look for them on Wednesday morning. Next week, Mary will begin baking and selling her holiday shortbread, a tender, buttery treat.


Katie Bakes

Hi everyone! I sure hope you had a fantastic Thanksgiving with family and friends! Now it’s countdown to Christmas and New Year’s. I am currently taking cookie, cupcake and cake orders for Christmas. Grab a business card from my shelves and call or text me with your order. I will have it waiting for you to pick up at Local Bounty during regular business hours at your convenience. Easy as that.
This week, I will be adding many things to make this holiday season super simple. Starting off with a really fabulous cinnamon sugar covered pretzel, great for snacking or gift-giving. Raisin cookies will be stocked through the holidays, as well as my sour cream sugar cookies. I will have some super cute cookies throughout the month for you to grab for those work parties, card club, civic organization parties, class parties, your own holiday gatherings, well you get the idea. Whatever it is, I’ll have you covered.
Secret Santa, teachers, hair dresser, nail tech, mail carrier, babysitter, yes, I’ll have great gift ideas for them as well.
Treat someone special, treat yourself. I’m sure you’ll all be pleased!
And remember, if you can’t find it on my shelves, call me. I will see what I can do to create the perfect sweet treat you’re looking for!
Blessings to you all! Thanks for shopping local!
Sugar Hugs,
Katie 🙂


Bob’s Pickle Patch/ Verda’s Hens

We now have our newest members of the flock out of the basement, except for the six very young ones. I always wait until all the downy fluff is replaced by feathers, and they have head feathers on before moving them to their coop outside. These new ones are going to be laying eggs in March. Some are brown egg layers – Isa Browns, and some are Easter eggers that lay blue eggs. The color of the shell really does not indicate how nutritious the eggs are. That depends on how the chickens are raised, and what they have to eat. For the winter, these new ones will be mainly in their house, but when spring comes, they will be out eating grass and bugs. Grass and other greens, along with plenty of sunshine, makes the yolks a dark yellow or orange color that you won’t see in most store-bought eggs.

Thanks for shopping at Local Bounty.

The McGraws


Mullet Apiaries

Mullet Apiaries – Hope everyone had a joyous Thanksgiving. Now the big holiday season is upon us. We should have some gift packs in the store for your holiday giving by this Thursday, Dec. 1. Did you know that bees in a winter cluster in a hive shiver to keep the hive warm? To do this they need energy and honey is how they get it. Some studies have shown that they can consume as much as 30 pounds of honey in a winter. That same honey can be a small burst of energy for you, stirred into your tea or spread on your toast on those cold mornings. As always, thank you for your business!


Flying Pig Farm

Tired of turkey? Try a yummy casserole using our grass-fed ground beef! We will also have gift baskets in later this week for your holiday giving. Hoping to restock jams and jellies as well!


Our Garden

Our Garden has lettuce and greens that have survived the recent freezing lows. Quantities are limited as they are growing slower.


We still have fresh veggies to try:


Baked Beet Chips both in white and/or red that will add the Christmas color to those evenings while watching ‘A Christmas Story’ and hopefully not while you are ‘Home Alone’! They are for sharing with friends and relatives while sharing stories or playing games.


CabbageNorwegian Christmas Cabbage

Prep 15 m  |  Cook 45 m  |  Ready In 1 h

Recipe By: Finn Roed

“Norwegian Christmas Cabbage is essentially a kind of sweet and sour sauerkraut, spiced with caraway seeds.”


8 slices bacon

1 large head cabbage, cored and shredded

1/4 cup all-purpose flour

1 tablespoon caraway seed

1 pinch salt and pepper to taste

1/2 cup white vinegar, or to taste

1/2 cup white sugar, or to taste


Lay two slices of bacon across the bottom of a large pot. Cover with a layer of cabbage. Sprinkle a light dusting of flour and a pinch of caraway seed. Season with a little salt and pepper. Repeat layering as many times as possible until you run out of room. Fill the pot with enough water to come about 3/4 up the side. Bring to a boil, and cook for about 45 minutes, or until the cabbage is soft, stirring occasionally. Let cool slightly, then stir in the vinegar and sugar. Use your own judgment. Add sugar carefully to taste. The idea is to strike a balance between the sweet and the sour, and therein lies the trick.

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © 2016 Allrecipes.com
Printed From Allrecipes.com 11/29/2016


John and Bonnie Snyder


Our Garden

15850 Nashville Road; Danville OH 43014


Epic Delights Bakery

This week, we will be bringing fresh homemade white bread in loaves and also fresh dinner rolls. We are stocking the cooler with black raspberry, cherry, blueberry and vanilla cheesecake by the piece. Cherry-filled rolls, chocolate chip cookies and peanut butter cream pie are also on the menu!

We are looking forward to baking Christmas cookies! We will be taking orders for buttermilk cutout cookies now until Christmas. They will be available for only $7 per dozen or we will also be stocking them at Local Bounty in individual packages. Our family usually makes a couple dozen beforehand and freezes them so we have them for the holidays. They are still as moist and delicious as they are fresh out of the oven!

Jason and I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving and thanks for shopping local!

–          Loretta | Epic Delights Bakery



As always thank you for your support!



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

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Tuesday – Friday 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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I have been employed at the Coshocton County Beacon since September 2009 as a news reporter and assistant graphic artist. I am a 2004 graduate of Newcomerstown High School and a 2008 graduate of Capital University with a bachelor’s degree in Professional Writing. I am married to John Scott and live in Newcomerstown. We have two beautiful daughters, Amelia Grace Scott and Leanna Rose Scott.

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