Make Your Own Breakfast Box – September 4th – B
$4.50 – $18.00
Smoked Wild Sockeye secret is simple- we start with the highest quality sockeye salmon. Our recipe uses low salt and a light alder smoke to retain moisture. It is perfect for picnics, car or bicycle trips, and sporting events. Shredded over hot pasta, this smoked sockeye makes for an easy but elegant dinner. Certified Kosher.
- $24.50 – $48.50
Choose between small (7 heads) and large (15 heads) traditional braids. Each head has been cleaned, cured, and is ready to eat! Vashon garlic produces certified organic heirloom garlic is grown on Vashon Island and will last a year in a cool dark space. It can also be hung in your kitchen where it will last at least 6 months and most likely longer. Garlic should not be stored in the refrigerator. To remove a head from the braid, simply snip with a pair of scissors.
Fresh, fragrant spices and sweet coconut milk make Thai curries deliciously different – and there is no better example than the Thaifusions Curries. The Panang is rich, warm, and a bit spicier than their Green Curry, its deep orange-red color comes from the fresh herbs and spices speckled throughout.
Like they’ve done for generations, they handcraft each small batch to ensure every ingredient reaches peak flavor – creating nuanced notes rarely found in curries.
- $15.001Lb of organic pork breakfast patties. In the last 17 years, Skagit River has been committed to providing our customers with the most wholesome, best tasting, organic grass-fed beef, organic pork, organic chicken, turkeys and eggs. As certified organic producers, they don’t use antibiotics, steroids, growth hormones or animal by-products.
Aged, full-bodied and creamy, their raw milk blue has aged a minimum of 60 days, with its savory flavor profile, Whatcom Blue stands proud on a cheese board and compliments many recipes.
Winner -2nd Place Peoples Choice award – Washington Artisan Cheesemakers Festival
- $8.00 – $10.00Floral characteristics of the habanero shine through each bite while the heat is balanced by the subtle earthiness of the carrot. The lime juice and vinegar blend act as natural preservatives and lend a slightly sweet, tangy taste and aroma. Garlic, onion, and spices round everything out adding rich complexity.Product specs:
- Volume: 6.3 fl oz (187ml)
Smoked tinned salmon to bring you a taste of Alaska’s wild bounty, infused with their craft traditions and sealed in a can. Thick pieces of wild salmon from Southeast, Alaska are gently smoked with natural alder wood, preserving their firm texture and rich wild salmon flavor. Then they are hand packed into cans and cooked to perfection. Shelf stable for 4-5 years.
Ralph’s Greenhouse became certified organic in 1988, the year Washington state started its organic program. Ralph’s son Ray now carries on the family farm tradition with the help of the many good people who work with him, most of whom work at the farm all year long. Because of their good work the farm is able to sell organic Northwest produce every month of the year.
Old and new world flavors come together in this salami combo pack, sliced and ready for your charcuterie board, sandwich or snack.
Agrumi is fragrant and colorful with cardamom, orange peel, and red chili flakes. Finocchiona spices up traditional cracked black pepper and fennel with a touch of curry.
The sliced pack includes 2 ounces of thinly sliced salami and is ready to eat.
The cured meat is shelf-stable. Refrigeration is not required.
Round Bale takes its name from the circular hay bales common to the acreage around Ferndale Farmstead – a literal round bale of hay. During the spring, you’ll often see fresh hay sprouting from the bale tops, symbolizing the regenerative circle of life attached to the land and to Ferndale Farmstead’s Seed to Cheese operation. With a similar texture to a well-aged Parmigiano, Round Bale is its own unique blend of cultures applied to the freshest quality milk from their farm and then lovingly aged for 18 months to produce a truly unique gold-medal-winning cheese at the American Cheese Society 2019.