We aren’t sure about you, but during an over-zealous healthy snacking period one of our own actually made their fingertips bleed by shelling too many pistachios at once. Enter the simple and amazing pistachio opener! Made in the USA, this handy gadget eliminates painful shelling of pistachios and allows you to save money by bulk purchasing with the shells on. Come in and see it in action, and then go nuts!
Have you ever wanted to make pickles at home, but maybe you’re a little intimidated by the canning process? Why not try your hand at fridge pickles – an easy method of creating super-crunchy, dill pickles that requires no special equipment or knowledge of canning techniques!
Although fridge pickles must be kept in the refrigerator, instead of being shelf-stable at room temperature like a traditionally processed pickle, they’re wonderful to make when you have a small batch of cucumbers that you want to enjoy while they’re still fresh.
This Saturday, Mandie is going to show you just how easy it is to make deliciously sour, crispy dill pickles with the help of just a few fresh ingredients, a saucepan, and some trusty Ball Jars. Stop by for a sample, pick up some jars and Kirby cukes in the market, and in no time you’ll have some pickles to serve at your next bbq!
Bee’s Wrap: Sustainable Food Storage
The natural alternative to plastic wrap for food storage – because good food deserves good care.
Wrap cheese, half a lemon, a crusty loaf of bread, and fruits and vegetables. Cover a bowl, or pack a snack for your next adventure. Made with organic cotton, beeswax, organic jojoba oil, and tree resin. Bee’s Wrap is washable, reusable and compostable and made in the USA.
Come check out the myriad uses and re-uses of the versatile and earth-friendly material.