Order all the fixings for a Thanksgiving feast. Relax this year and let Wild Oats Market help you prepare a delicious holiday table, with all the traditional side dishes, made with quality ingredients. Our Everything But the Turkey package serves 4-6 or more and includes roasted root veggies, green bean almandine, roasted brussels sprouts, whipped mashed potatoes with roasted garlic, giblet gravy, cranberry relish, pumpkin and anadama rolls, and pumpkin pie. Download an order form for Everything But the Turkey.
Berkshire Grown Farmers Market is tomorrow, Nov. 18, at the Williams College Towne Field House on Latham Street in Williamstown, from 10 am-2 pm. Wild Oats Market will be grilling outdoors – Ioka Valley Farm beef burgers and Black Queen Angus pork & black bean burritos. We’ll also have lentil soup, wraps, tofu pups on the grill – and plenty of hot drinks and pastries. It’s going to be a beautiful day, too! See you there! We will also be at the December Holiday Market, on December 16 at the Towne Field House from 10-2.
We’re putting our Thanksgiving turkey signup sheet out early this year, but that’s no reason to delay placing your order! Misty Knoll Farms naturally raised fresh turkeys from New Haven, Vermont will be available for $4.49/lb, in sizes ranging from 12-14 to 27+ lbs. (Please be aware that the turkey size you request may vary up to 1 lbs in weight either up or down.) Misty Knoll turkeys are given free range access to lush pasture, sunlight and fresh water, and are free of antibiotics. Grateful Harvest organic turkeys from Bridgeport, NJ will be available for $5.99/lb in two sizes: 12-16 lbs and 16-20 lbs. For special orders of boneless turkey breasts, turkey legs, or hams, please contact Leigh-Anne Nicastro, our Fresh Meat & Seafood Manager, directly at 413-458-8060.
Veteran energy expert and Berkshire resident Bruce Harley will present his new book about residential energy efficiency at the North Adams Public Library. Harley will deliver a brief presentation on home energy fixes, with time for questions. A reception and signing will follow. Also, a representative from the Center for EcoTechnology in Pittsfield will be at the event with information about energy audits and the Mass Save program. He will be signing up people for free energy audits. This event is free and open to the public. It takes place Thursday, Nov. 8 from 6-7:30 pm at the North Adams Public Library.
For more information about Mr. Harley’s latest book on green energy, visit this link: http://csgrp.com/consumer/insulate-and-weatherize-book-by-bruce-harley.html
Wild Oats Market had a strong financial year in FY 2011-2012, growing 14% in sales over FY 2010-2011. Download a copy of the Annual Report.