Fresh Flyer 5.23.17
Owner Bonus Buys  Owner PriceRegular Price
Arkansas Grown Organic Cauliflower$3.99/ea$5.99/ea
Fondue 12oz$10.99/ea$14.99/ea
Fresh Co+op Deals
Organic Blueberries$3.99/eayou save $3.00/ea
Organic Raspberries$3.99/eayou save $2.00/ea
Organic Mini Watermelon$2.99/eayou save $3.00/ea
Organic Watermelon$0.59/lbyou save $1.00/lb
Organic Green and Red Grapes$2.99/lbyou save $3.00/lb
Organic Strawberries$2.99/eayou save $3.00/ea
Fresh Co+op Basics
Organic Ginger$3.99/lb
Organic 5lb Carrot Bags$4.99/ea
Organic Bulk Carrots$0.99/lb
Organic Bananas$0.99/lb

Featured Recipe: Fresh Strawberry Cake with Cream Cheese Icing

1 package plain white cake mix
1 cup chopped strawberries, with juice
¾ cup milk
1 package strawberry gelatin (3 ounce)
¾ cup vegetable oil
3 eggs
8oz cream cheese, room temp (icing)
4 tbsp butter, room temp (icing)
3 cups confectioner’s sugar (icing)

1.    Grease and flour two 8 inch round baking pans or one 9×13 inch pan. Gently mash strawberries by placing them in a large plastic bag and rolling over it with a rolling pin or large can. Place cake mix, milk, gelatin mix, vegetable oil, and eggs in large mixing bowl. Beat with an electric mixer until smooth and creamy, about two minutes or so. Add in strawberries and juice, mix again until well combined. Pour into baking pans. Bake at 350 for 25-30 minutes or until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. If using two round pans, allow to sit for ten minutes before turning out of pans to cool completely. If baking in 9×13 pan, simply allow to cool in pan.
2.    Combine all icing ingredients and mix with electric mixer until smooth and creamy. Ice cooled cake.
3.    Store cake in refrigerator.
4.    *Some people add ½ C crushed, drained strawberries to this icing as well. I leave them out to make the cake a bit prettier and easier to ice but feel free to add them in for more great strawberry flavor! Just mix them in after your icing is smooth and creamy and all other ingredients have been added.

Small, Local, Co-op Produce

Here’s what we have locally grown available this week from our P6 farms!  And ALL of our produce is Certified Organic and Certified Naturally Grown!  This week’s total for produce and plants is 110 items from 18 local P6 farms!

Cucumbers
Basil
Yellow Summer Squash
Zucchini
Romaine Lettuce
Butterhead Lettuce
Garlic Scapes
Strawberry Pints
Pecans
Sweet Potatoes
8oz Spinach Clamshells
8oz Spinach, Spring Mix, Kale, & Arugula Bags
5oz Kale & Spinach Bags
3oz Arugula Bags
5oz Spring Lettuce, Arugula, Kale, Spinach, & Spinach Clamshells
Thyme, Mint, Oregano, Tarragon, Dill, Lemongrass, Lemon balm, Rosemary, Lavender Fresh Herb Clamshells
Bulk Mint
Premium, Baby, and Large Size Shiitakes
Bulk Spring Mix & Bulk Spinach
Red & Breakfast Radish Bunches
Daikon Radishes
Dill
Flower Bouquets
Collards
Tokyo Bekana Greens
Asian Mustard Greens
Green, Red, Rainbow, & Black Kale
Green & Red Green Garlic
Green Onions
Cilantro
Bok Choi
Green & Rainbow Chard
Sweet Japanese Baby Turnips
Red Bunch Turnips
Broccoli
Cauliflower
Romanesco Cauliflower
Leeks
Kholrabi
Bulk Sweet White Turnips
Bulk Radishes
Dandelion Greens
Turnip Greens
Red & Green Cabbage
Gold & Red Bunch Beets
Pea Greens
Green Oak Leaf
Green & Red Leaf Lettuce
Blackberry Starts
Potted Succulents
Herb Plant Starts
Perennial Plant Starts
Pepper Plant Starts
Tomato Plant Starts
Ozark Tonic, Ozark Super Hot Tonic & Ozark Hemp Tonic Salad Dressing

Grown for us by: Sycamore Bend, Sweden Creek, Foundation Farm, Lightner Farm, Ozark Herbal Creations, Pebbles Farm, Dry Creek Refuge, New South Coop, DH Farm, Honeysuckle Garden, Ozark Alternatives, Harmony Garden, Rocky Comfort Natural Farm, Plants Alive, Funny Farm, Freedom Road Farm, Dripping Springs Garden, and Peace Farm.

~Pauline, Fresh Foods Manager

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