Monday, November 16, 2009

Ordering for November 23 ends Tuesday at 8:00 PM

This is your 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.

It feels like have another big email for you with details for the pickup on Monday.

Items to look for
  • You'll find the cases of Pear-Apple Sauce on the order form now. When you buy by the case it's like getting one jar free!
  • Sundried Tomato and Garlic Curds are available from Millbank at long last. If you tried them last year you know what we've all been missing!
  • Roasted In Shell Peanuts are also available from Kernal Peanuts.
  • Peaches from Palatine are also on the order form. Naamon and Selema of Orchard Hill Produce canned them in a light syrup for us. They are divine on cereal, ice cream or straight! 
  • Nina has been working on Gift Baskets and you can see an example online at The items that you receive will be in a peck basket and wrapped in cellophane.
  • More varieties of apples from Martin's. If you want to know more about the varieties, go to
  • Chocloate from Anna Tolazzi. The Chocolate isn't local but these works of art are made locally by hand with local ingredients where possible.
 Items not available
  • Not enough Stewing Lamb to fill all the orders. Marg called the butcher and was not able to book her lambs in. She has enough to cover all the other items, but not quite enough to fill the orders those for lamb stew.
  • Lena's Golden Beets are sold out until next fall
  • Barley from Oak Manor is out of stock. All the flour prices are now updated and you can check where the grains are from at
  • Flemish Beauty Pears from Martin's are not available but you can order small Bosc pears if you want pears.  

I've never had a Christmas Goose, but we have two farmers who have asked us if we would be interested on offering theirs. Paul's were in charge of weeding his strawberries. What a great job to have!

With the cold weather coming soon what is better than soup? Tim Barrie has locally made soups ready to go with his crackers. Have you tried the Butternut Squash or the Sweet Potato & Red Pepper yet?

Are you able to volunteer?
We are looking for volunteers to help us keep Bailey's running well. If you are interested, we are now accepting applications for more volunteer help. Please email us and Josie, one of our volunteer coordinators will be in touch with you.
Are you able to help us to set up all the amazing food, check customers out, and I'm especially looking for a volunteer that would help us donate the extra food to a good cause at the end of the pickup. I'm usually too tired!

About 80% of every dollar you spend at Bailey's Local Foods goes to the farmers and producers who grow and make the amazing food. We thank you for your support.

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