Saturday, September 29

A Great Way to Help a Fellow Local Food Coop

In the spirit of cooperation, we encourage you to attend Farm-to-Table to help the Good Egg Food Co-op raise funds. All proceeds directly fund their efforts to open a store front in Durand in 2013. Prepare for delicious locally produced food, beautiful scenery, good people, music to dance to, a silent auction with items you will want to bid on and, of course, fire twirlers. Enjoy!

Saturday, September 22

HARVEST FESTIVAL, Thursday September 27, 4-7pm!!!

We are honored to work with all of the great many farmers,butchers, brewers, bakers, artists, artisans, entrepreneurs, distributors, and tradesfolk, who have labored to improve our land, secure our economy,beautify our community, and keep our bodies fed and healthy.
Howdy Friends,

Just Local Food will be celebrating the fall harvest and you are invited to join in the merriment this *Thursday, September 27th,from 3-7 pm* in the parking lot at 1117 South Farwell.

*Food, beer, and live music will be provided*, including (but not limited to): 
-Music by Caleb Horne and Phil Circle (Eau Claire)

-Sauerkraut-making and vegetable fermentation by Noel Kroeplin (Eau Claire)

-Pan-fried pork chops, smoked hocks, and wild rice brats from the Deutsch Family Farm (Osseo)

-Wonderfully soft and chewy breads, cookies, scones, and pie from Vagabond Bakery (Menomonie)

-Organically-grown heirloom apples from Blackberry Hills CSA Farm (Wheeler)

-Fresh, seasonal produce from Blue Ox Farm (Mondovi)

-Sweet, spicy, crunchy almonds from Barsy's Almonds (St. Paul, MN)

-Marieke's award-winning gouda from Holland's Family Cheese (Thorp)

-Uber-local pizza from the good folks at Big Donkey (all pizzas still $4.99 each for the month of September!)

-Potently flavorful olive salsa from Becki's and granola from her Mom (Eau Claire)

-And, of course, Lazy Monk's quintessential autumn lager, the
smooth-as-caramel Oktoberfest (Eau Claire)

*Thanks to all of you!*

See you at the store!

Amy Goodman @ Just Local Food

Amy Goodman came in the store with Denis and wanted some good local food to eat on their drive.  They chose Water Street Deli's delicious Hummus and a package of Gluten Free Roasted Garlic crackers from Potter's Crackers.  Two great choices!  Amy was so intrigued with the gluten free crackers that she opened them up and had a bite.  She loved them!

Thank you Amy, Denis, Sarah, Sam @ Water Street Deli, and Nancy @ Potter's Crackers!

Thursday, September 20


September marks the 6th Annual

Click the link above to learn more from the event's organizer, Second Opinion Magazine and learn how to win great prizes (including gift certificates to Just Local Food). We have free issues in the store as well as goodie bags with lots of 'Eat Local' information.

And, check out two articles featuring Produce Manager, Bob and our suppliers:Blue Ox Farm, Pleasant Valley Produce and Produce Worker, Noel


Friday, September 14

Savings on Tomatoes

If there is ever a time you wanted to can or freeze tomatoes this weekend is it!

Just Local Food can save you a bundle on large, ripe, sweet "no spray - Amish grown" tomatoes - but they are going fast!

We already sold over a dozen 1/2 bushel cases(approx. 25 pounds) for only $15.00!!! 

If we run out we can see if we can place an order so that you get them by Sunday - or later next week.

Come on by ASAP and grab a case or two(12 case are here now).

Word coming in from some customers is that these are great tasting tomatoes that make great sauce. They make fantastic Salsa too!

Monday, September 10

Vagabond Bakery

Vagabond bakery delivers fresh-baked scones, cookies and bread to Just Local Food on Monday and Thursdays! They strive to use fresh, local and organic ingredients and bake some delicious treats. They even use lard in their molasses cookies!