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How to Shop for Food Safely During the Coronavirus Outbreak

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.

Where people gather...

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.


March and the Mason Bees

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?

Penticton Seedy Saturday March 29

Spring is in the air! And here is the Penticton Seedy Saturday Speakers Schedule:

10:15 - Candace Moon (Stellar Ground). Planting and harvesting by the Moon phases
11:15 - Ella Braden (Incredible Edible Penticton). Fruit tree pruning, training and espalier
12:15 - Chris Matthieson (Grist Mill and Gardens Historic Site)
1:15 - Eva Durance (First Things First Okanagan). Basic principles of Xeriscaping
Bareback Marinades is made with native herbs and Okanagan Lavender. Please stop by our booth and taste some.

Oliver WOW Mainly For Women Trade Show

Stop by and check out the Oliver WOW Trade Show that has been going on for 27 years.

It is held at the Parks and Recreation Community Centre - 6359 Park Drive in Oliver on Saturday February 8/20.

With more that 50+ Exhibitors and presentations such as THE HEALING POWER OF LAUGHTER, it is sure to have something for everyone.

Bareback Marinades will be there sampling Herbs and Lavender Marinades and doing a bit of shopping herself for Valentines Day.


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