These fine people supply the high quality, local foods to the selection at Seasons' Eatings. Check out who is doing the growing, baking, and otherwise producing the foods you love.
Tomatoes & Peppers & Berries, Oh MY!
Ann Kahrs, in a rare moment of rest at Kahrs Farms. Ann and Wade grow beautiful and delicious hydroponic tomatoes and strawberries (and more) that allows us to enjoy these fruits earlier and later in the year and still keep it local! Seasons' Eatings was still receiving strawberries, peppers and tomatoes in November from Kahrs Farms; and they're planting some greens for us to enjoy this winter.
Tamara Spillis has a special relationship with her chickens; and her roosters are proud papas occasionally. Tammy's flock is growing and she will be able to provide several dozen "happy eggs" each week.
Joyce Rosebrock makes a mean soap! Actually there's nothing at all mean about Liamollie Soaps, except that it can be really difficult to decide which lovely scent to take home! Joyce uses local herbs for many of her soap scents, and uses only essential oils. You can look forward to seasonal scents too, so stop by for a sniff!!
Roger & Judy Myers have been harvesting pure and natural honey for Northwest Ohioans for many years. Seasons' Eatings is pleased to offer this quality product. Whether you just love the taste or you appreciate the health properties of pure honey, Myers Honey will fill the bill. Available now in 4 oz., 8 oz., and 16 oz. plastic or glass jars.
Lee Anderson's company, the Snack Shack, keeps Seasons' Eatings stocked with those fabulous flavored popcorns. Caramel, with cashews, or peanuts, or plain, or with some chocolate; cheddar and caramel mix, and the beautiful rainbow colors. You might need a toothpick! ;)
Elaine and Dick Mahnke operate Mahnke Orchards; a stronghold in the local foods business - way before locals foods became a "new trend." Their apples and apple cider are bursting with flavor, and they sell many other fruits and vegetables as well.
Matt Baker of Master Plan Farms produces several sustainable food products available at Seasons' Eatings. From frozen cornish/rock cross chickens, to peppers, herbs, and even chicken feed, Matt is building a diverse local foods business to support his family.
GAC Farms is a creation of the Podach family; Gavin, Amanda and Chris (GAC). The Podach's hens produce wonderful eggs; the hens are free-range hens and fed Non-GMO feed. The family specializes in raising chicks, and is very active in 4H.
Turkeyfoot Creek Creamery is the home of a small herd of lovely goats cared for by Del Burkholder and his family. Award winning cheese is yours to enjoy in several varieties and flavors. Gouda, feta, curds, and chevre.
Bittersweet Farms makes wonderful tomato chutney and basil pesto; plus they grow great produce most of the year. Check out some other hand=made products such as mug rugs, placemats, and more are also available for sale at Seasons' Eatings. Bittersweet Farms uses proceeds to help support their cause
Wonderful Walnuts - Meet Ron Fisher - He's our local "walnut whisperer." It takes a lot of work to convince the walnut meats to come out of their shells and covering. He's worked out a system to collect local walnuts, dry them, clean them and get them ready for snacking and baking. This year, Ron found some really large walnuts as shown in the photo above. He says it's more work to get off the outer covering, but the nuts inside are usually larger too, so it's worth the effort.
All Pure Products is operated by Chauncey Henricks, of Bryan Ohio. The pure maple syrup and dandelion jelly he makes are pure pleasure to eat. The real McCoy when it comes to maple syrup - you'll be spoiled for anything else once you try this 100% organic product.
MeantToBeFarms in Wauseon, Ohio is an18-acre community supported agriculture (CSA) farm owned by Carleen and Paul French. They produce quality, fresh vegetables, fruits, herbs, flowers and more. Seasons' Eatings is pleased to bring your some of their great products as available.
I first met Angie Shidler when I was driving past her home and saw an "asparagus for sale" sign. Little did I know that she was growing LOTS of asparagus, and that she and her family are totally into local, quality foods. Be on the lookout for her asparagus and dried herbs and more when the growing seasons returns.
Grandma's Bounty is Vicki Wentzel's home enterprise and she does indeed have a bounty of items to share with the world. From fruits and veggies, and herbs she grows, to candy, hand-sewn and crocheted products, and more. Vicki is putting her post-retirement time to good use and enjoys the creativity (and so does Seasons' Eatings!!).