Herb’n Renewal at the Bluegrass Farmers’ Market!

August 5, 2010 at 12:48 pm Leave a comment


Pork seems to be a favorite because we have customers each week asking which herb blend to use on it. Well, Drew is going to be oven roasting some half loins this week and we’ll be handing out samples at the Bluegrass Farmers’ Market on Saturday! We’ll also have sandwiches available for you to enjoy at home!

When folks ask us which seasoning to use we kinda scratch our heads cause we have more than one that works wonders on pork! Do you like a bit of southwest flavor? Or are you leaning more towards a Caribbean jerk taste? Maybe you just like “herby!” We’re going the “herby” route this Saturday with our Rub’n Season Pork. Just great flavor that enhances any cut of pork…loins, chops, steaks, roasts, butts, ground pork burgers. Shoulders and even ribs! Can you tell that I had to ask Drew what cuts of pork existed? Lol I never would have thought about a “butt” although I do love them!

Anyway, stop the Bluegrass Farmers’ Market this Saturday…we’ll be there from 9 until 2. here’s a link tot he market blog so you can see what other goodies will be available. http://www.localharvest.org/blog/29529/

And, if you have some spare time on Sunday, we’ll be at the Tomato Fest at the Arboretum from 2 until 5! We’ll come loaded down with plenty of salsa samples made with our Salsa Season’n! It really does take the guesswork out of making your own homemade salsa! And, you don’t have to wait to enjoy it…just chop your tomatoes, peppers and onions…throw in the Salsa Season’n and enjoy!

Hope to see ya this weekend! 🙂


Entry filed under: Farmers Market, Food, herbs and spices, recipe, samples, tomatoes.

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