Eggciting News

Eggciting news!!  We are getting plenty of local yard eggs in at this time.  The weather has been nice and the chickens have been very productive.  We are offering a buy one dozen get the 2nd dozen half price through Easter!  This offer is good in-store or on our website.  Please select the item for 2 dozen yard eggs if you are shopping online.  Don't forget we also have duck eggs, goose eggs and quail eggs are also available. 

 

 

Also, we celebrated the Hummus Lady's one year anniversary with Flora Bama Farms this past week.  Kelly Peraino is the "Hummus Lady" who creates chickpea goodness. She makes traditional hummus, as well as, some unique flavors like Black Garlic 196.  BG 196 Hummus is made with our own black garlic which is put through 196-hour low heating process.  We are so proud to be part of the Hummus Lady's line up.    You can find this as well as other flavors like Roasted Grape Jalapeno, Chipotle and Cilantro, and, Sundried Tomato Basil.
Try one and see if you don't agree that Kelley makes some of the best hummus. 
                         Black Garlic Hummus with Dates and Pinenuts
We are also excited about the Florida Peaches that have been arriving, the flavor has been excellent.  We have been sampling these beauties and they have been flying out the door.  A testament to the sweetness they possess. 
This week we are getting our first shipments of Florida yellow squash, zucchini, and English peas.  These items are raised around Immokalee, Florida.  We expect to start getting these items even more local in about 2 weeks.  Steve's Farm, Ray Flower's Farm, and Sawyer Farms each like to grow these vegetables.  
Eggplant and yellow corn also out of Florida are coming in steady.  Bell pepper, slicer cucumbers, and pickling cucumbers also have good availability. 
Kale, bibb lettuces, turnip greens have been coming in from around Summerdale, Alabama.  We also hope to start seeing a more steady supply of collards this coming week out of Alabama. 
Soon we should be getting Florida blueberries, blackberries and gooseberries.  
We still have some Florida citrus, oranges, and tangerines.  They will not be around much longer.  Please come and get some before they are all gone.  
We hope you will check out our website for more items. 
Barbara