Lakewinds Blog

Slow Cooker Broth

By Amy Haggerty on November 24, 2014 0 Comment
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Written by: Jill Krantz – Events and Community Relations Coordinator If the idea of making homemade broth from leftover poultry bones seems daunting, why not put your hardest working kitchen tool to work for you? Thanksgiving yields some delicious turkey trimmings. Surely there are herbs and vegetables leftover in your kitchen as well. If you don’t […]Read More »

Make Aheads for Thanksgiving

By Amy Haggerty on November 17, 2014 0 Comment
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Written by: Jill Krantz – Events and Community Relations Coordinator If you’re hosting Thanksgiving this year, you’re going to be busy! There are plenty of obvious tasks to do ahead of time – order the turkey, plan your meal, clean your linens, assign dishes for others to bring. ANY item you can check off a list […]Read More »

‘Tis the Season for Sustainable Food

By Amy Haggerty on November 11, 2014 0 Comment
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By Amy Haggerty, Marketing Specialist We’re headed into that fun-filled, food-filled time of the year, a season when many of us take part in traditions we look forward to for months. But when it comes to keeping our commitments to organic, sustainable food through all this holiday splendor, it’s not always easy. Lakewinds can help. […]Read More »

Having a Local Thanksgiving

By Amy Haggerty on November 25, 2013 0 Comment
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. . . Bringing fresh, seasonal, regional food to your holiday table Everyone is talking about local right now.  Shopping local and eating local are on many magazine covers and sales flyers. Lakewinds believes good food comes from good people.  To that end, we strive to source many of our produce, meat, dairy and grocery […]Read More »

Get to Know Your Turkey

By Amy Haggerty on November 19, 2013 1 Comment
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You might not think to “Get To know” your turkey. After all, who wants to get to know the meal they are about to eat, but you should be aware that all turkeys are not created equal and neither are turkey farmers. At Ferndale Farms they take their turkeys seriously and they have for 74 […]Read More »