Thursday, October 23, 2014

Ordering is open for our Nevember 3rd pickup! Harmony and Hewitt dairy items are back!

Order at www.baileyslocalfoods.ca/ordering
Order at www.baileyslocalfoods.ca/ordering
KW's year-round online farmers market
We do not have a check out button, please ensure that your shopping cart is empty if you do not intend to order.

Order Here 

Fill your shopping cart by Wednesday October 29th at 8pm to pick up your order 
Monday, November 3rd between 3:30 and 7pm at First United Church

Our next pick up will be on Monday November 17th - Order enough for 2 weeks!

Side by side comparison of Taco Farm fresh corn tortillas

Taco Farm Tortillas now bigger!

My kids like quesadillas, and they are often a quick lunch here, but the corn tortillas from Taco Farm are all grown up now... Available in the classic mini size and now as a large tortillas as well! Corn tortillas have a great flavour and crunch when toasted! Aura sent me this mouthwatering photo of her dinner - Taco Farm Large Corn Tortillas filled with chicken, cheddar, Guns Hill Gouda and fire roasted peppers.

Hewitt and Harmony Dairy items are back!

We missed them on the first monday pickup, but you shouldn't miss these dairy products next pickup. We love all the available cheeses, the milk, the special goat products including the ice cream!

Friday night Pizza!

In  the cooler weather my family celebrates Friday night pizza and movie night. We love the mozzarella balls from Local Dairy, make sauce from the Ontario Natural Tomatoes in cans and what could be easier than frozen pizza dough from Golden Hearth - available in white, whole wheat and spelt! Start your own food tradition!

Look for:

  • Bauman Apiaries baking is back! They have crackers, cookies, energy bars and more.
  • Stock up on squash! Varieties available will decrease as the season continues. Store yours for use all winter!
  • Torta and Black Sheep are back from Monforte.
  • Organic Dried Beans from Lena Horst are available in limited supply
  • Organic Frozen Fruit (Gooseberries, Black Currants and Raspberries) from Brenda Knechtel
  • Celeriac from Sam Bowman may be ugly, but it's great in soups and even better sliced very thin and fried like potato chips!
  • Have you tried Hardy Kiwi From Warner's? They are my favourite fall fruit!  - Blog Post here

Stock up on:

  • Maple Syrup to drizzle on yogurt or pancakes
  • Popping corn for curling up with a book or watching a movie
  • Chocolate for that pick me up

Garden Party CSA at Bailey's!

Join Garden Party's CSA for fall (Nov-Dec) and pick-up your 'share' at Bailey's Local Foods!  Garden Party's CSA runs year round,  and includes all organic vegetables, fruits, preserves and some prepared items.  See the details here.  Register this week – spots are limited.   All Garden Party CSA members receive a complimentary Bailey's membership -  so starting November 3 you can pick up a CSA share along with all your other Bailey's shopping.
Upcoming pickup dates
at First United Church  

  • Monday, Nov. 3rd
  • Monday Nov. 17th
  • Monday Dec.1st
  • Monday Dec. 15th
  • Monday Dec. 22nd

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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Reminder - Order for 2 Weeks - Closes at 8pm tonight

Order at www.baileyslocalfoods.ca/ordering
Order at www.baileyslocalfoods.ca/ordering
KW's year-round online farmers market
We do not have a check out button, please ensure that your shopping cart is empty if you do not intend to order.

Order Here 

Fill your shopping cart by Wednesday October 15th at 8pm to pick up your order Monday, October 20th between 3:30 and 7pm at First United Church

Our next pick up will be on Monday November 3rd - Order enough for 2 weeks!

SALE SALE SALE


Ribeye and Stiploin Steaks are $3 off per pound while supplies last from Virbrant Farms
Sausage Samplers and Lard from Harringtion Lanes is on sale too.

MillStream Foods 
We have a new supplier this week
Some of you might have met Jay Last week. He makes Hemp and Flax Seed Oils and Protien Powders.
Millstream is one of North America's oldest hemp oil millers. All of their products are the highest quality and freshness available.
Ambrosia Apples are Back
The Ambrosia is no ordinary apple. Aptly named after the mythical "food of the gods", this stunning apple, born from a chance seedling, is a delight for all the senses.

Here are some Facts about the Ambrosia Apple

Items of Note:

  • Last of the Organic Pepper from Lena Burkhart
  • Oraganic Dried Beans from Lena Horst in Limited supply
  • Organic Frozen Fruit (Gooseberries, Black Currants and Raspberries) from Brenda Knechtel
  • Hardy Kiwi From Warner's - Blog Post here 
  • Celeriac - Sam Bowman

Niagara fruit including lots of pears and seeded grapes from Warner's Farm:

**Fresh pressed Apple-Pear Cider is back in 1L and 4 L sizes!

Grapes:
  • Concord - Great as table grapes, wine grapes and juice grapes. They are often used to make grape jelly, grape juice and candy
  • Fredonia Blue -  Very large deep purple grape with a thick skin, has seeds.
  • NY Muscat - A dark purple grape with seeds. This grape has great flavour.
  • Vineland Red - A large bunched grape with seeds. mild muscat - crunchy like California grapes
  • Vineland White - A small berry seeded sweet without a distinct flavour
  • White Niagaragenerous clusters of flavorful fruit, plus they are known for their pleasant aroma.
Pears: Should be stored in the fridge!
  • Bartlett -  Light-green to completely yellow in colour. These are the juiciest pears for fresh eating. You can cook them to make pear sauce or pear butter.   
  • Bosc Great for poaching! A high quality, flavourful, dessert winter pear with excellent keeping quality.
  • D'Anjou - This pear has a pale green skin that doesn't change colour as the pear ripens.
Plums: Once they are ripe, keep them in the fridge or freeze!
  • NY 9 (Blue) - Green flesh and purple skin (covered with waxy bloom). It has a mild taste and is rather sweet. Great for processing. When the flesh starts changing from green to amber, it is good to eat also.
  • Italian (Prune) - Super tasty and great for drying, canning, baking and eating
  • German (Prune) - Smaller but sweeter than Italian Prunes!

What is the Avocado Project?

We are building a retail co-op to make living more sustainably simpler by offering the most user friendly and sustainable household products available.
Check Them Out: http://avocadoproject.ca/


Upcoming pickup dates
at First United Church  

  • Monday, Nov. 3rd
  • Monday Nov. 17th
  • Monday Dec.1st
  • Monday Dec. 15th
  • Monday Dec. 22nd

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