Tuesday, July 23, 2013

This week at the Market: Natural Nick's Produce

This week, visit Natural Nick's Produce for amazing sauces and fruit conserves, traditional sweets, and gorgeous heirloom garlics:
Lorz Italian Garlic is an heirloom from the northwestern part of the United States, with a very strong flavor. The Lorz family brought this plant to Washington State’s Columbia River Basin in the early 1900s from their home in Italy. 

Chesnook Red Garlic is a full-flavored garlic with a mellow aftertaste that lingers nicely, and is ideal for baking and sauteeing. Named because of the bright purple streaks on both bulb wrappers and clove skins, Chesnook Red is from the Republic of Georgia in the former USSR. They may well be among the oldest of the garlics.

Siberian Red Heirloom Garlic is a good all-around garlic. It has large, easy-to-peel cloves. It’s hot when raw and flavorful but not as overpowering as porcelain types when cooked. Baked, it’s earthy and creamy.
Make sure to pick up Natural Nick's Fruit Conserves: Blueberry (which includes Wine Grape Raisins) Strawberry and Threeberry (Combination of Blackberry, Blueberry & Raspberry). These are wonderful over yogurt for a delicious breakfast or snack, and of, course, on your favorite toast (or in the best PB&J ever!)
For your sweet tooth, Natural Nick will have Amaretti Angelinga (Gluten Free),  Natural Nick's Biscotti Antoinetta, and Natural Nick's Baklava Alexandra. Natural Nick will be sampling Biscotti Antoinetta. We sampled the Amaretti at our last Market, and we've been thinking about them ever since -- you'll want to add these to your shopping bags this Saturday! 
All products are naturally grown and produced in the traditional organic method by Natural Nick's Produce "As nature intended."

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