Local Bounty update

| November 13, 2014

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We love having classes, they educate and bring people together!  Join us for our next class:

Ayurveda (Natural Beauty Care) Class: Dec. 14

Ayurveda is considered by many to be the oldest healing science. Join Crowtown Yoga’s Cindy Kostecki and Hillbippie’s Rachel Hall on Sunday, Dec. 14 from 2 to 3:30 p.m.for this workshop about natural beauty. Based on the principles of this ancient healing science, learn how to create your own natural beauty products at home. In this workshop Cindy and Rachel will make all natural alternatives to beauty products which are full of chemicals. Wrapped in festive eco-friendly packaging, you will leave with 3 beautiful and mindful gifts, just in time for the holidays! Cost to participate is $20. Email or call Local Bounty to register. Limited space!

Vendor Updates:

Flying Pig Farm

We have sandwich buns again this week. If you didn’t try them you should! They will make any of the Local Bounty meats delicious! They’re pretty good with a crockpot of soup made from one of our soup mixes as well. We also have Roasted Pumpkin Bread and Zucchini Bread in large and small loaves. They were a hit last week. Our granola bars were well received so we baked more varieties this week. We’re hoping to have some treats for Christmas gifts soon. Thank you for shopping local!


Please excuse my bare shelves!  This week will be sparse I admit.  But please stay tuned as I have exciting Christmas gifts in mind.  Check in tomorrow as I will have Focaccia and everyone’s favorite PITA.  I will also have more Reset Button tea in stock as well as Niagara Mint Wine Jelly.  Thank you as always.

Keene Creek Farm

We have packed our freezer for the upcoming holiday season. From ham loaf to sausage and brats to marinated loin chops – we are stocked up. Bacon is in short supply right now, but it should be back next week (we will keep you posted in next week’s update). If you’re in need of a quick and delicious appetizer idea, defrost some ham loaf, spoon out the meat and form into little balls (a Tablespoon measure is perfect), bake them off at 350 for about 20 minutes (until internal temp is 165) and top them off with Star Fire Food’s Sweet Pepper Jelly – serve with toothpicks. Really, appetizers don’t get much simpler. 🙂

Mullet Apiaries

Did you know you can substitute honey for sugar in recipes? For amounts under one cup, you would use the same amount of honey as you would sugar. For one cup or more of sugar, substitute 2/3 to ¾ cup of honey, depending on the sweetness desired. For every ¼ cup of honey, reduce liquid in the recipe by one tablespoon. Be sure to reduce the oven temperature by 25 degrees as honey will brown quicker. With the freezing temperatures arriving, the girls are clustered up in the hives, but we have plenty of the golden goodness on our shelves at the Local Bounty. Come on in and see what all our vendors have for your fall and holiday feasts.

Simple Gourmet Syrups LLC

Just dropped off Pear and apple sauce in pint containers as well as some butternut Squash Puree (for pumpkin bread, pumpkin pies and butternut squash soup. Also makes a great pasta sauce base.  I also put some Butternut squash and 6 dozen eggs in the market this week.

Strawberry Hill Farm

Thanksgiving is just around the corner! Our sweet potatoes are back at the store this week, too. We also stocked lots of kale in the cooler. We left recipe slips for delicious  Sweet Potato, Sausage, Kale Soup, so pick one up when you stop in. We also brought in some acorn squash. Time to enjoy the taste of fall!

Local Bounty Coshocton, Inc.

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

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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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