Local Bounty update

| October 31, 2013

Hello LB Shoppers – We’ve got lots of vendor updates to share with you this week, so let’s get started right away.

Cookies, Cupcakes – N – Such

Thursdays product is all about the local baker. I am introducing my line of colored sugar crystals this week. Lots of colors…if I don’t have what you need, take my card and give me a call, I am sure I can create what you’re looking for. Also, I am adding some edible images for your creations. Those bake sales and holiday bazaars are coming up, GO AHEAD, sign up for them, do your baking and come to Local Bounty to get that unique image to set your baked good over the top. I have images available for cakes, cookies and cupcakes…so bake away! I have fall designs, and a couple of birthday designs, as well as something for the Buckeye fan. Also, if you have a special image you need to have printed, I can do that, as well, just contact me. Friday and Saturday will include more baked goods, stay tuned, you might recognize some familiar characters. Dedicated to your delectable, Katie Hultz

Flying Pig Farm

We would like to announce the addition of our own little “Flying Piglet”, Mary Alice Armstrong, born Oct. 24th at 2:50 p.m. She weighed in at 7 lbs. 5 oz. and was 20″ long. We’re all home and doing fine. Thanks to everyone for their thoughts and prayers!

Hall – RB – Hill

This week Hall-RB-Hill will have more croutons, they are perfect on soup or salad.  We will also have pumpkin pie and french bread. I will be in the store today from 2-6 so come by and try some Midnight Mist wine jelly!

Keene Creek Farm

This morning we’re taking Romaine (the last of our outdoor crops for the year), mixed salad greens (from the hoop house) and spinach into Local Bounty. Our pork supply continues to diminish quickly, but what’s in our freezer is all we have left until mid-December. The sausage patties make up into a quick tasty dinner (an alternative to hamburgers). And, our ham loaf is oven ready, so that’s another simple, throw in the oven meal. Lard continues to sell at the market. If you’ve never tried making pie crust with it, you must give it a try this upcoming holiday season. You’ll have the flakiest, tastiest pie crust ever. Promise.

Maple Hollow Farms

This week we will have edible squash including: blue hubbards, pink bananas and buckskins. On the decorative side we will have Indian corn and gourds.

Rosemary’s Baked Goods

I’m easing my new knee into my busy baking schedule this week. There won’t be a full supply of items but I am starting out at a slower pace. Hopefully in a couple of weeks everything will return to normal. I will have white and oatmeal breads, pies, bars and cookies. Thank you to all my customers.

Strawberry Hill Farm

Though most crops in our gardens have succumbed to frost, we still have plenty of greens and a few other hardy crops. This week we’re bringing salad mix (mixed lettuce) to the store, as well as romaine, kale, sweet peppers, kohlrabi, Swiss chard, and free range eggs.

Sunnybrook Acres (New Vendor Coming Soon)

Offers a large selection of homemade body care products – soap, shampoo, lotions, and lip balms. Stephen and Rebecca Schlag have been vendors at the Coshocton Farmers Market this season and have built up quite a customer base for their products. We’re happy to welcome them to Local Bounty in the next week or two.

Thousand Hill Acres LLC

Good rainy morning! We have been super busy over the past week. We have multiple projects going on around the farm including a corral that is taking shape, pig fence for an additional amount of nut baring timber pasture, and we had high calcium ag lime spread over our pastures. We expect to welcome some new faces to the farm soon as we have purchased more heritage breed Red Waddle piglets! Check out our freezer at Local Bounty for new literature that we posted that explains our farm and growing practices. We still have MSG FREE bacon and mild Italian sausage available!

Windy Hill Berry Farm & Vineyard

Hello everyone. A funny thing happened this week. While out in the chicken barn one day Martin was on his cell phone calling the chicken processor to let them know we’d be bringing in several chickens. Ever since then, we’ve been getting lots more large eggs than previously. Now you explain that! (The chickens have earned another month on the farm.) This week we cooked up a fresh batch of apple butter, making the house smell wonderfully. Look for the light blue gingham lids. Terese made a batch of nuts-n-bolts sweet snack mix. Take some along to football games and enjoy with some hot cocoa. It’s also a favorite after school snack.

Hope to see you all sometime this market week/weekend!

– Local Bounty Vendors

Local Bounty Coshocton, LLC

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

Store Hours:
Thursdays: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Fridays: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturdays: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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