Thursday, May 7, 2009

You Can pre-order turkeys Year Round!

Click Here for Our On-Line Store

e are accepting on-line pre-orders for turkeys and all of our products. Pre-order now and pick it up at our store in Thurmont, Maryland. We're on 30 Elm Street and you can get an address map and driving directions by clicking on the links on the home page of our web site.

For the 2009 season, we will be using this form to place orders, but you will not have to make a payment, yet. You will pay for your turkeys when you pick them up on the pick-up date. You do not need to enter any credit card information as you will be paying when you pick up the product at the store.

Click "REQUEST MORE INFO" and fill in your name and contact information for the Turkey you want us to hold for you, and it will be waiting for pickup when you arrive at our store. Please indicate the date that you would like to pick up your Turkey and other items.

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

The 2008 Holiday Season Price List

Here is this season's pricing:

Turkeys: 8 to 24 pounds = $1.69/pound

24 to 40 pounds = $1.79/pound

Breasts: 4 to 10 pounds = $2.39/pound

10 to 16 pounds = $2.59/pound

Capon: $2.79/pound

Duck: $5.25/pound

Goose is not available this year.

Whole Smoked Turkey: $3.25/pound

Whole Smoked Breast: $3.75/pound

Smoked Boneless Breast: $5.99/pound

Oysters: Pint = $10.99

Gallon = $75.00

Monday, September 22, 2008

You'll love the Snack Sticks

At four for a dollar, they are hard to beat. They are tasty and easy to carry around for an emergency protein boost. We make them right here in Thurmont and they come in a variety of flavors. We usually sell out of the plain and the sweet pretty fast, so come by on Thursdays if you want your choice of flavors. Sometimes it's just hard to keep up with the demand. If you like your snack sticks full of flavor and a little spicy, try the beer sticks. There's really not any beer in them. We just call them beer sticks because they go great with beer. But, even you teatotalers can enjoy them because they go great with crackers, cheese, chips and even by themselves. Come on by and pick up a bunch of our famous snack sticks.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

A Couple of Good Soups

Vegetable Soup

2 quarts stock
2 1/2 cups potatoes - diced
1 1/2 cups carrots - sliced
1 1/2 cups tomatoes
1 teaspoon rosemary
1 teaspoon salt (kosher or sea-salt is best)
Add pepper, sage, marjoram to taste

Add all the ingredients to soup stock and let simmer until vegetables are cooked.

Serves 6.

Tomato & Noodle Soup

2 quarts stock
1 cup noodles
1 1/2 cup tomatoes
1 teaspoon rosemary
1 teaspoon salt (kosher or sea-salt is best)
Add pepper and savory to taste

Add noodles to stock. Let simmer for 15 minutes. Mix tomatoes and spices together, and then finish cooking.

Serves 6.