This Week’s Seafood Offering: Speckled Sea Trout – Beaufort, NC (order by Feb. 23)


This week we are going with fresh caught Speckled Sea Trout from Beaufort, NC. This fish has a small flake and a light, meaty texture. You can prepare it like you would Snapper.

Speckled Sea Trout – skin on fillets – $22.99/ lb.

Try this!
Pan-Fried Trout Fillets with Red Onions and Orange Relish
(we’ll have delicious Valencia oranges from Thorpe’s Farm)

Place your order by Thursday, February 23,
for pick up this Friday, February 24, from 11 am to 7 pm.

Call us at 633-2830, email at, or stop by to place your order!

This Week’s Featured Item: 10% off LynOaken Farms 3lb Bagged Apples- Crispin, Fuji, Gala, Empire (Monday, February 20 through Sunday, February 26)

“An apple a day keeps the Doctor away!” Apples are jam packed with antioxidants, flavonoids and fiber. Stop by this week for 10% off 3 lb. LynOaken Farms crisp and juicy bagged apples (Crispin, Empire, Fuji, Gala). LynOaken Farms, located in Orleans County, has been owned and operated by the Oakes Family since 1919.


From LynOaken Farms:

Crispin – Bite into a Crispin for a great crunch and mouthful of sweet juice. It’s one of the most satisfying snacks around!

Empire – With the popular Red Delicious and McIntosh for parents, Empire apples were destined to be a hit. It’s a sweet-tart combination that’s great for everything.

Fuji – Wow! What a great snacking apple! Fuji apples have it all-super sweet, super juicy and super crisp.

Gala – Another apple made for kids is the Gala, it’s got the mild flavor that “picky eaters” prefer and a striking bright yellow-red color that attracts the eye!  Gala apples are fairly resistant to bruising and are sweet, grainy, with a mild flavor and a thinner skin than most apples.

Stay warm with this satisfying recipe for
Roasted NY Apple and Squash Soup

Sign up for Our Cooking Corned Beef Dinner Class (March 8) or Kimchi Making Class (March 16)

Cooking Corned Beef Dinner

corned-beef Wednesday, March 8
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Just in time for St. Patricks Day, we are excited to announce a cooking class with our Chef Alexa! Join us March 8th from 6pm-8pm and learn to cook a delicious corned beef dinner along with all the traditional fixings (cabbage, potatoes and carrots).

Bring an apron and your appetite!

Kimchi Making Class

Ginger Carrot Kimchi Up Close Thursday, March 16
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

We are excited to offer a Kimchi Class! Kimchi is a traditional fermented Korean dish made with vegetables and seasonings. Fermented foods are necessary to help maintain the balance of bacteria in our GI systems. According to our instructor, Jessica Meyers Altman, plant-based chef and nutritionist, “Our bodies need healthy levels of bacteria. The current American diet destroys the balance of these microbes, throwing our systems out of whack.”

We will be making Jessica’s recipe of Ginger Carrot Daikon Kimchi.

Everything you need will be provided. Just bring an apron, and you’ll go home with your own jar of Kimchi, and a better understanding of the importance of fermented foods in our diets!

Cost for each class is $30.00

Stop in, email or call to sign up or
Click Here to Sign Up for Cooking Corned Beef Dinner Class
Click Here to Sign Up for the Kimchi Making Class

Only 15 spots available per class, so sign up now!

Questions? Stop in, give us a call at 633-2830, or email us at

This Week’s Featured Item: 10% Off Fiegel Apiaries Honey (Wednesday, February 15 through Sunday, February 19)

honey.jpgWe are in the heart of cold and flu season here in WNY, stock up on this local honey to keep your family healthy! Fiegel Apiaries is located in Appleton, NY providing Clover, Wildflower and Raw varieties. Stop by and stock up this winter!

Clover honey is sweet, flowery and mild in flavor.

Wildflower honey is made from multiple flower sources and is amber to dark amber in color.

Raw honey has not been heated or filtered to maintain all nutritional value.

Also featured is Wixson Creamed Honey (in Plain & Cinnamon), smooth and creamy it is a great addition to tea or spread on toast!

Try this recipe with our sweet local carrots!
Honey Glazed Carrots

This Week’s Seafood Order: Haddock – Palmer Island, MA (order by Feb. 16)

haddockSorry for the late seafood offering this week. The coastal storms are making our seafood selections a little tricky this winter! This fresh caught Haddock is caught off of Palmer Island, MA. It’s firm, flaky texture makes it very versatile for baking, broiling, poaching or in a delicious seafood stew.

Haddock – $19.99/lb. (skin off fillets)

Try this:
Roast Haddock Fillet With Scalloped Potatoes

Place your order by Thursday 11 am and pick up this Friday from 11 am to 7 pm. Call 633-2830 or email:

Organic Grapefruit and Valencia Orange Orders from Thorpe’s Farm! (order by Feb. 22)

More delicious citrus available from Thorpe’s farm in Lake Wales, FL. We are excited to offer their certified organic red seedless grapefruits and organic Valencia oranges. Valencia’s are full of flavor, deep orange and sweet! Great for juicing or wedging.

The fruit will be freshly picked, shipped to Buffalo, and available to pick up at Farmers & Artisans on Thursday, February 23 through Saturday, February 25th.


10# bag certified organic red seedless grapefruits – $17.50

10# bag organic Valencia oranges – $15.50

Call us at 633-2830 or stop in to order. You can also email your order to

Please place your orders by Wednesday, February 22.

This Week’s Seafood Order: Acadian Redfish – Palmer Island, MA (order by Feb. 9)

A perfect fish for Valentine’s weekend. We’ve had great feedback on the fresh caught Acadian Redfish. It is caught off of Palmer Island, MA. Redfish have a very light fillet, with a tight flake and nice texture. They cook quickly and are great for fish tacos.

8874d32c-76ec-416b-8c23-6652f508b473.jpgAcadian Redfish
Skin on fillets (approx. 3 oz. each) – $13.99/lb. One pound minimum orders.

Whole (1-2 lb.) – $9.99/lb.

Try this!
Grilled Acadian Redfish with Ginger & Soy

Place your order by Thursday, February 9, for pick up this Friday, February 10, from 11 am to 7 pm.

Call us at 633-2830, email at, or stop by to place your order!