We are pleased to offer beautiful Easter flowers from W.D. Henry & Sons located in Eden, NY. The business was originally established in 1888 by William D. Henry, and now is operated by the family’s fourth and fifth generations, Mark and Dan Henry. Below are the flower varieties and colors available. Perfect to brighten up your own home or a holiday gift!
Easter Lilies – $12.99
6″ pot (6-10 buds/pot)
Hydrangeas – $19.99
6.5″ pot – available in pink or blue
Tulips – $8.99
6″ pot (7 bulbs/pot) – available in white, red, pink, yellow, or purple
Daffodils – $8.99
6″ pot (6 bulbs/pot)
Order by Sunday, April 9 and pick-up on Thursday, April 13 through Saturday, April 15
This week we are offering 10% off Singer Farm Naturals Tart Cherry Juice Concentrate (16 oz. & 32 oz.)
Tart Cherry juice offers many health benefits…improving joint function, cardiovascular health, and immunity boosting. The bright-colored skin of a tart cherry contains Anthocyanins. These phytonutrients are found to be beneficial for many inflammatory-related conditions including arthritis. Studies have shown that tart cherry consumption lowers uric acid levels which helps to relieve gout.
20-25 pounds of Montmorency cherries are used to make one 32 oz. bottle of concentrate. One ounce of concentrate equals one serving. You can mix the concentrate with water or other favorite beverages.
Give it a try this week!
Stop by this Saturday, April 1
from 11 am to 1 pm,
for a sample of
Tart Cherry Juice Concentrate with
Tom Szulist from Singer Farms Naturals
It’s maple syrup time! Nights that go below freezing, and warmer sunny days are needed for the sap to flow. Did you know that it takes 40 gallons of maple sap, boiled down, to make one gallon of maple syrup?
Join us to celebrate NYS Maple Weekend & support Hospice Buffalo!
This Saturday, March 25th
8 am to 1 pm
Stop in and enjoy our delicious French toast, breakfast sausage, apple sauce, and of course local maple syrup!
a la carte
French Toast -$3.00 ea.
Sausage Patty – $1.00 ea.
Apple Sauce – $1.00 ea.
A portion of sales will be donated to Hospice Buffalo.
Note: We will not be serving our breakfast sandwiches this Saturday.
In honor of NYS Maple Weekend, this week we are offering 10% off local maple syrup (available in half gallons, quarts and pints) from Wendel’s Farm in East Concord, NY and Wolf Maple in Niagara County. New York State’s unique regional climates, soils and forests produce some of the finest maple syrup in the world.
For Maple Syrup recipes and to learn more about NYS Maple Syrup Click Here!
We are excited to announce our Spring Produce Share Raffle
& Launch of our New Website!
Spring is almost here (we just have to get through the next few days!), so it’s time to think ahead about the amazing local produce coming in just a few months. Sign up for this season’s Produce or Flower share by April 15th and your name will be entered for a Farmers & Artisans Gift Card Raffle.
Here’s how it works. Visit our NEW website to sign up, stop by or mail in your Produce and Flower Share form with your deposit by April 15, and your name will be entered into our raffle. Three names will be drawn for Farmers & Artisans Gift Cards. We will be drawing the names on Saturday, April 15, and will notify the winners that day. You do not need to be present to win.
Note: Customers who have already paid their deposit will be automatically entered into the raffle.
The Produce and Flower Share pick up will start in early June and run through early November.
Cooking Corned Beef Dinner
Wednesday, March 8
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
There are still spots available and just in time for St. Patrick’s 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
Thursday, March 16
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Also coming up – Kimchi Making 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!
Enjoy a warm winter’s evening with preserving instructor, Kathy Manley. Kathy will demonstrate and teach you hands on how to make orange marmalade. We have delicious organic oranges from Thorpe’s Farm in Lake Wales, FL.
Everything you need will be provided. Just bring an apron. You’ll go home with your own jar of amazing marmalade!
Cost is $20.00 (plus tax)
Stop in, email, call (633-2830) or sign up online. Only 15 spots available per class, so sign up now!