For those of you who are customers of Localmotive Okanagan, you can now add Herbs & Lavender marinade to your CSA box. Thank you Thomas and Louise for partnering with Bareback Marinades. I'm very proud to be supported by another amazing local business.
Cut up some of their organic, local & fresh produce into fine pieces and lightly coat all sides of the vegetables with marinade to taste. Place on a baking sheet and cook in 425 F oven for 15 - 25 minutes until golden brown.
Check it out! You can easily get "Herb's and Lavender" marinade now from Little Fork Ranch. I am so happy and thankful to be working with such amazing people has Eric and Karis. They are a grass-based ranch that is currently producing eggs, broilers, pork, lamb, and beef in Boundary Country near Greenwood BC. Visit their online store where it is super easy to order at www.littleforkranch.ca.
Bareback Marinade pairs deliciously with all meats and roasted vegetables potatoes, quinoa and pasta salads. And if we need to hunker down, we might as well eat well and support local families. Stay safe everyone.
The Globe and Mail reports that food delivery services are bracing for Coronavirus with non-contact options and sanitizer. Many "non fast food" restaurants now offer delivery and pick up and grocery stores will pick your groceries for you and then you drive up and they load them into your vehicle. Please take advantage of these options.
If you are holed up at home and would like to order some Bareback Marinade, please go to our website and order online. We are offering free shipping when you purchase 6 or more jars. Thank you very much for supporting small business.
It’s been an interesting week to say the least! Events have been cancelling all over the country and all events over 250 people have been banned in BC as of March 12. So that means any of you foodies that were planning on buying marinade this month at the local Seedy Saturdays or Sundays won’t find me there. But you can always buy Herbs & Lavender marinade at the Penticton Save On Foods on Main Street. We are found in the “Made in BC - local foods” section near the dairy and frozen foods.
Yay, March arrived and it feels like spring is right around the corner now here in the South Okanagan. It's wonderful to be back into my gardens with my grandson and we found the first crocus of the year. I'm monitoring my Mason bee house installed on the south east side of our home. Just in case they hatch too early and the blossoms haven't bloomed yet, I placed some flat dishes filled with rocks and sugar water out for the bees. A Mason bee is a gentle, beneficial insect that has great potential as a pollinator of fruit trees and a large variety of food crops - we need them around. What do you do for the various pollinators such as the butterflies, bees and hummingbirds?