Harvest Haven Happenings June 30, 2015
"Don’t eat anything your great-great grandmother wouldn’t recognize as food. There are a great many food-like items in the supermarket your ancestors wouldn’t recognize as food... stay away from these."
- Michael Pollan
Taking Orders for Fresh Chicken
Fresh Harvest Haven Chicken here soon!
Whole chickens will be ready July 3.
Chicken parts available on the afternoon of July 6.
Place your orders today!
Fresh Local Produce
We have beautiful vegetables from Mans Organics – beefsteak tomatoes, super tasty cherry tomatoes, Long English cucumbers, and peppers in a variety of colors.
Harvest Haven Greens are here! - Salad Mix, Baby Romaine, Swiss Chard...
Ask about them when you’re in the store.
Taking Orders for Fresh BC Fruit
Blueberries and Cherries are here. The report is that the crops are very nice this year. The weather has been warm and dry in BC.
Let us know what you need and we’ll call when we have your order.
Downtown Farmers’ Market
Catch us at the Downtown Farmers’ Market starting Wednesday, July 8 from 10:00 AM till 3:00 PM.
Harvest Haven Lamb Chops – Sale $14.49/lb Reg. $16.88/lb
Harvest Haven All-Beef Wieners – Sale $9.29/lb Reg. $10.50/lb
Harvest Haven Chicken Wings – Sale $4.29/lb Reg. $5.50/lb (See Recipe Box)
Harvest Haven Frozen Sauerkraut - Sale $3.79/lb Reg. $4.50/lb
BBQ or Teriyaki Sauce - Sale $7.69 each Reg. $8.99 each
The Recipe Box
Crispy Baked Chicken Wings
5 pounds chicken wings, tips removed, drumettes and flats separated
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 tablespoon kosher salt
1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
Preheat oven to 400°F. Set a wire rack inside each of 2 large rimmed baking sheets. Place all ingredients in a large bowl; toss to coat. Divide wings between prepared racks and spread out in a single layer.
Bake wings until cooked through and skin is crispy, 45–50 minutes.
Wings are great when Organicville Teriyaki Sauce or Organic Harvest Hot Pepper Sauce is used for a glaze. Simply drizzle sauce over cooked wings.
Down on the Farm
Welcome our latest arrival to the beef herd. Click on the picture to go to our Facebook page and see James’s Video of the new calf.
A friend from the big city had an interesting observation at dinner as he was being served milk from a glass pitcher. He had been given the opportunity to milk one of our cows and considered how amazing it is that a cow eats grass and turns it into milk…milk that comes from a living animal and not a plastic carton. It was something totally beyond anything he had experienced or ever considered.
How real is your food experience? Share with us.