Monday, July 20, 2009

Ordering for July 24 ends Tuesday at 8:00 PM

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Hello Everyone,

I know that my reminder emails are usually pretty short, but I have quite a few things to share with you tonight.

New Items This Week
  • Teas from Little City Farms. See their uses on our ingredients page at
  • Canola Oil, Soybean oil, Soy sauce, and Wine vinegars from Pristine Gourmet
  • Crackers from Rundles
  • Cider Products from The Cider Keg
  • Popping Corn (including blue, purple and pink) from Uncle Bob's
  • Flavoured and Unsalted Peanuts
  • Peaches, plums, and apricots from Two Century and Palatine
  • Pails of Sour Cherries and fresh sour cherries
  • Shelled Peas in bulk
  • New Cheeses
  • New potatoes in litre baskets
Troubles signing in?
First, sorry to all who experienced difficulty logging in and/or ordering on Monday afternoon. The issue has been resolved and there should be no problem ordering now. Thank you to all who sent us a message about the problem.

Our 'meat', 'dairy', 'baked goods' and 'other' categories have subcategories. Look for them under the main categories. If you hadn't noticed them yet, you can now check out the beef, pork, cheese and other products that you may have been missing!

Palatine Fruits
If you want to be sure to receive fruits from Palatine, please order ASAP. Cherry harvest is affected by many things, rain included, so the earlier they know how many pounds of cherries (and other fruits) we need, the better chance we have of filling all your orders. We're working through our cherries this week We have been busy eating, sharing, dehydrating, making ice cream and I'm sure we'll eventually make jam out of them too.

More Cheese!
We've ordered more feta for this week so that we will have enough for those who missed out last week. We also now have goat's milk Chevre from as well as cow's milk Parmesan and Asiago from Millbank. I'll have to get the Asiago for my mom - it's her favourite cheese. Asiago is prett tasty coarsely shredded over a salad or finely shredded over soup.

Whey Butter - way better!
Last week I had a few people who asked about why we sold Whey butter. It was on the recommendation of Ed from Millbank. There is more information on Whey butter at and

Golden Hearth Vacation

The good folks st Golden Hearth are taking a well deserved vacation. We will not be able to offer their breads and treats on August 24th. Please stock up this week. Aura says that their Ultimate Ginger cookies last about 3 weeks (if you don't eat them first)

We got an email from E-Z Grow farms today saying that they need some time without rain to pick berries for Friday. Let's hope that the weather cooperates with us!

I'm still waiting on pricing from Walker's Organic Blueberries but will put them on the order form anyway. Please know that the prices listed may be adjusted to reflect the actual cost.

Arva Rye
Arva sent a message that in some years all of their rye is local. This year, however, about 50% of their organic rye is local but the other half comes from Manitoba.

Take care,
Bailey's Local Foods

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