On the Way In and Out
Think apples, cider, pumpkins, winter squash, and greens!
Doug Linton at Angelic Beef is now bringing kabob cubes for indoor or outdoor grilling and thin fajita slices for a quick and easy sauté, which you can use in any sautéed beef dish or stir-fry. He sampled the Easier than Pie chili last Sunday at Bristow, and it was a big hit. I made it with his ground beef and chorizo, and you can make it at home with the recipe he will have at his stand.
News from Heritage Farm: Pork sale this week on small pork-butt roasts, half off the regular price of $6.75/lb. Check for recipes for this lovely little roast at the Smart Markets table.
Turkey orders are now being accepted. Broad-breasted white turkeys will be offered at $3.95/lb. and the heritage breed at $4.95/lb. As always, we will provide instructions for roasting a free-range turkey as the holiday approaches.
Nyall of Celtic Pasties is back! He will have Beef & Guinness, Cottage Pie Style, Mango Chicken, Spinach & Feta, and Cheese & Onion pasties, plus a new Chicken Parmesan variety.
I am not a cake pop fan -- in fact, I had never had one until vendors started bringing them to market. But Kylie is bringing some great cake pops for all ages; I have recently tried the Creamsicle and the chocolate-covered cherry, and they were great! Kylie works hard at developing her authentic flavors, the cake is very good, and her frostings are high-quality. I am encouraging her to spread her wings with some new items for us grown-ups, but in the meantime, the pops are a tasty treat that won’t break your calorie bank. Ask her about her flavor menu for special orders.
Vendors With Us This Week
Stag Hill Soaps will be on site this week -- stock up now!