Local Bounty update

| June 5, 2014

Did you know? You can come learn with us!

Juicing Workshop: Interested in learning how to juice? If so, come to Cindy Kostecki of Crowtown Yoga’s,  juicing workshop on Saturday, June 28 from 2-3 p.m. at Local Bounty. For $10 you’ll have an hour-long instruction on juicing (yum!). Register at Local Bounty or by e-mailing [email protected]. Space is limited so sign up early.

Cake Decorating Class: Katie Hultz is offering another rosette cake decorating class (in red, white and blue) on Tuesday, June 17 and Wednesday, June 18 (a class each evening) from 6-8 p.m. Registration for this one is $40 – it includes the cake, supplies and two hours of hands-on instruction. Register at Local Bounty or call Katie at 610-8246.

Kids Cooking Camp: We’re partnering with OSU Extension again this year to offer a kids cooking camp (geared toward kids ages 4-10). This year, it will be Monday, July 28 through Friday, August 1. There will be two sessions each day – one at 10 a.m. and one at 11 a.m. (each camp session lasting about 40 minutes). Cost for the week-long camp is $30. Thanks to the generous support of a community member, scholarships are available for those who might not get to participate otherwise. Registration and scholarship forms are available at the OSU Extension Office or at Local Bounty. Space is limited, so please register as soon as you know your child would like to participate. Questions? Call Marissa Mullett at 623-8023.

Flying Pig Farm

The mustard greens are getting spicy! Cooking them tones down the heat. We know someone who likes them raw in salad…it is tasty and helps clear your sinuses if you have allergy issues. 🙂 Fresh granola will be in store Friday morning. Sprouts will be back next week. Have a great weekend and thank you to our customers!


We have our garden in!  How exciting, it is our first garden where we actually have room to plant everything we want.  This week at the market I will have French Boule today,  Focaccia and PITA on Friday.  Try one of my wine jellies as a dip, drizzle over cream cheese and serve with your favorite crackers.  My “Mint Condition” herb tea is wonderful served iced, add a little sparkling water and your favorite spirits for a spiked version.  Enjoy this sunny day!

Keene Creek Farm

Since we don’t have much pork to sell right now, Marissa decided she’d better contribute something to the market this week. So, she baked up some Farmstead Shortcakes (perfect for those fresh strawberries that are *just* starting to ripen). It is made with real butter and sour cream. They crumble perfectly. Get them while they last. We girls made our first restaurant delivery this week. Our farm’s mild Italian sausage is now on English Ivy’s menu (in the lasagna and Italian Wedding soup). After we get our next batch of hogs processed, you’ll also be able to order up our loin chops and ham loaf (both will be special menu items I believe). We love local partnerships and are so excited to build this newest part of our business. Our first on-farm CSA share pick up was this week too. Each family that commits to us gets around 10 lbs of pork every month. If this is something that interests you, let us know. Our next “share season” will be December 2014 through May 2015. We will have plenty of pork products in the weeks to come, promise. Thanks for your patience as our pigs finish off.

Millcreek Homestead

Strawberry season…who doesn’t love it?!?  Our favorite, easy breakfast is fruit parfait with loads of freash strawberries, yogurt and granola.  I made up lots of fresh granola so we can have it this week for healthy breakfasts, snacks, or dessert.  Someone told me this week she had it for supper (that wouldn’t fly at my house with my husband or teenage son, but yay for her!) Maple Pecan or Cranberry Almond both are in stock in regular or family size.

I have a new body butter available.  It is Chocolate Mousse!  Made with organic cocoa butter, organic shea butter, and organic coconut oil, it is almost good enough to eat. Your skin will thank you for the treat!

Strawberry Hill Farm

The rain continues and so do the greens! We will bring gallon bags of salad mix (mixed lettuce) and quart bags of arugula Thursday morning, and also some pastured eggs. We have a few vegetable seedlings left as well—tomatoes and a few peppers. The strawberries at the farm are starting slowly—maybe we’ll have some at the store next week. And soon we’ll be bringing in jam made from this year’s berries.

Wholesome Vally Farm

Our farm-fresh cheeses have been restocked, including the popular shredded mozzarella. We also have available more fresh maple syrup.

Local Bounty Coshocton, LLC

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

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

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