It's almost turkey time at Country Nutrition, skip the butterball this year and go with a cage-free, all natural and humanely raised turkey from Plainville Farms.
At only $2.49/lb. (cage-free and all-natural) and $4.39/lb. (cage-free and organic), these delicious turkeys won't last long. Get yours today, quantities are limited. Check out the video and link below that gives a personal look into the farmers caring for the birds.
Rainy days and soup always make me smile! Frontier has nineteen varieties of geographical specialties that you can have ready in about an hour! We currently have Colorado campfire chicken stew, Pacific Northwest squash and lentil, Illinois prairie corn chowder and West Coast kale and quinoa! So easy my 15 year-old could have dinner waiting for me when I come home...if only. ;o)
Small Business Saturday is November 28th this year.
1. Small is the new black
Now in its fourth year, Small Business Saturday is catching on as a positive cultural trend. Research indicates that shoppers who had heard of Small Business Saturday spent $5.5 billion on that day last year, and 77 percent plan to shop at small businesses this Saturday.
2. They’ve put out the welcome mat for you
This year, 67 percent of participating small businesses will offer discounts on Small Business Saturday, while more than a third will offer coupons for future offers or discounts.
3. It’s friendly
At a small business, chances are you’ll be waited on by the owner, a member of their family, or someone who reports directly to the owner. This proximity to the boss makes for better customer service – something that can be hard to find at larger stores.
4. Your local economy will benefit
Shopping small creates and supports local jobs. Each time you purchase a product or a service on Main Street, you are hel...
This fall, there's a new trendy hot beverage filling mugs across America and experts are already singing its health praises. So what is this magical elixir? Bone broth. Marco Canora, owner of the new New York bone broth shop Brodo (think Starbucks but savory), says broth has been considered a great healer in many cultures and in South America, where's he's from, it's even said that a good broth can revive the dead. (Broth is just one of the top 50 winter foods for weight loss.)
As a bone broth devotee, I couldn't be more excited about this news. I first learned about the broth interviewing a nutritionist about leaky gut syndrome. She told me that all of her patients drink bone broth and not only did they see vast improvements in gut issues, but she called it "magic." Then I read that bone broth is one of the three pillars of the LA Laker’s official team diet. If it's good enough for pro ballers, it's definitely good enough for me! So I headed off to my local supermarket only to...