Tuesday, October 20, 2009

One more thing...

This is another little reminder that you should place your order before Tuesday at 8:00PM.
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Items that you have placed in your shopping cart will be ordered on your behalf on Tuesday at 8:00PM. There is no checkout button. If you do not intend to order, please ensure that your shopping cart is empty.

OK. So I went and counted it will be about 4 weeks until the next pickup! Wht items will you run out of before November 23? This is your last chance to get pickles, jams and spicy sauces; Oil, infused vinegars and other things that will store well. Cheese too. My kids love Montery Jack and Colby shredded together as 'marble' for making mac 'n cheese or quesadillas with corn tortillas.

While you're at it, you can get some of Niagara's tasty nuts fresh off the trees. I still have lovely memories of these nuts from last year. We had a lot of fun cracking the heartnuts, then lightly toasting them in a dry frying pan. Eating the chestnuts, after scoring the shell, then soaking (to encourage a little steam inside), then roasting them in a hot oven. The hazelnuts were small, but so very sweet and easy to crack. When I eat hazelnuts I always think of Nutella.

Most of the nuts store very well ina cool dry place. They will come in paper bags. The chestnuts like to be in a vented plastic bag in the fridge, so make a little room for them. I didn't try the walnuts last year, but I'm looking forward to trying them this week! Look for them under Other>Nuts. Supplies are limited, so get enough until next fall!

I stayed up later than I should have last night adding more ingredients for Meals that Heal and The Nutty Bakers. They are online at http://baileyslocalfoods.ca/ingredients.php if you'd like to check them out.

I have also upped the maximums on Tortilla products. Sorry about that! Go ahead and order what you need for 4 weeks! Consider buying a bulk box of chips as they keep very well!

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