What is Plant a Row for the Hungry?
Launched in 1995, Plant A Row for the Hungry is a people-helping-people program,
that encourages gardeners to grow a little extra and donate the produce to there local soup kitchens,
and food pantries serving the homeless and hungry in their local communities.
As an Individual, You Can Make a Difference!
* Plant a couple of extra rows of vegetables, fruit, herbs or flowers.
* Then deliver the harvest to your local food agency near you.
* And then talk to your neighbor about doing the same thing,
and then have them talk to there neighbor about doing the same thing.
Then See What Happens!
Opening Day at Market / November 18th, 2011
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The Market is open for ordering; To place an order, visit Ozark.locallygrown.net/market. Please make sure to hit the checkout button. You will receive a conformation email once you place your order.
Our Market PickUp Day has changed from Thursdays, to Fridays. the Times and Pick Up Locations will Stay the Same, but the DAY of the Week has changed.
We would like to Thank,
each and every one of our Members,
for their Continued Support of the
“Ozark locally Grown Market”
and Wish you All, a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving.
Extended Ordering Hours; The Market will be open for ordering from Friday nights at 8:00pm untill Tuesday nights at 8:00pm.
Weekly Egg Deliveries; You can now sign up for a regular weekly Egg Delivery on Friday’s. There is a 2 dz. min. and there will be no additional delivery charge, as long as your with in our regular delvery area.
Those of you that have Trees and Shrubs on order for Fall Planting, should expect & prepare to either Pickup, or have them Delivered this next Friday, the 25th. The Growers are delivering this week!
Good time to work a little of that Turkey off from Thursday!
FRESH HANDMADE BALSAM WREATHS
Just in time for the Holidays from “The Rustic Barn”
6 Wreaths to choose from,
$24.95 – $44.95 each
PLEASE NOTE; All orders placed, will be ready for pickup or delivered with your orders on Friday, December 2nd. Thank You, The Rustic Barn
Recipe for Wild Rice Cranberry Stuffing
*2 slices bacon, chopped
*2 tablespoons tablespoons butter or margarine
*1/2 cup chopped onion
*1/2 cup chopped celery
*1/2 cup peeled, chopped carrot
*1 cup sliced mushrooms
*1 cup Fresh or Frozen Cranberries
*2 cups chicken broth
*4 cups cornbread stuffing
*1 16-ounce package wild rice, cooked according to package directions
*Cook bacon over medium heat in a stockpot until crisp. Remove bacon and set aside.
*Add butter to pan and melt over medium heat. Add onion, celery, carrot and mushrooms. Cook, stirring occasionally, for 8 to 10 minutes or until vegetables are tender.
*Add cranberries and chicken broth; bring to a boil over high heat. Remove from heat and add stuffing, wild rice and bacon. Serve immediately.
Makes 14 1/2-cup servings.
Market PickUp & Delivery
Mountain Home Location; Your orders may be picked up on FRIDAY from 1:00pm to 3:30pm at Rosemarie’s Gifts & Craft Supplies, located @ 265 Oels Rd in Mountain Home.(1 mile east of Walmart and a 1/4 mile down Oels Rd)
Gassville Location; Your orders may be picked up on FRIDAY from 4:00pm to 6:00pm on Johnson St. in Gassville.
Friday Deliveries; You will be contacted on Thursday to set up your Delivery times on Friday, Please make sure we have correct contact information on file for you. Your delivery will be scheduled sometime between 8:00am and 7:00pm. Our schedule will be very busy on Friday, we will try our very best to hold it within a 2 hour range, so please make sure your there to except your order at your scheduled time.
PLEASE NOTE; Anyone needing an alternate Delivery Day set up this week, because of the Holiday Weekend,
Please contact Gerry @ 870-421-2203.
New Products Every Week; We are still signing up New Growers and there still listing New Products every week, so please check the “Market” often, and remember, make the Ozark Locally Grown Market your first stop for all of your Fresh and Locally Grown Products.
Have a Great Week,
and Thanks for your continued support
“Buy Fresh * Buy Local * Buy American”