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Advertiser Eat Local Has Healthy Solutions For Your Thanksgiving Needs

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BTB Advertiser Eat Local wants our Readers to know about their innovative and healthy Thanksgiving food solutions, which involve them growing their own Eat Local “Heritage Turkey Flock.”

One thing you should know before getting too excited though is that, unfortunately, this year’s flock is all sold out (just remember to mark your calendars for next year…). However, Eat Local has plenty of other great, healthy and local Thanksgiving foods available.

“We still have the entrees that we have made from our flock of Heritage turkeys,” said Eat Local Owner Greg Conner. “But the other items will sell out too so Readers should act soon to get them!”

We don’t have to tell you have rare it is for a local Burien store to go up against “corporate food.” Not many small stores like this would raise their own flock of turkeys to ensure that their customers have local, organic and heritage turkeys for the holidays.

Here are some Thanksgiving-related food ideas you can still get at Eat Local, open 10am to 8pm every day, and located at 810 SW 151st Street; phone: (206) 432-9849.

  • Roulade of Turkey with Sage Stuffing
  • Turkey with Organic Northwest Cranberry Sauce
  • Braised Turkey with Organic Northwest Vegetables
  • Cornbread Stuffing
  • Turkey Gravy Organic
  • Cranberry Sauce
  • Organic Roasted Pumpkin and Roasted Vegetables
  • Garlic Mashed Potato
  • Hazelnut Pie (Northwest Hazelnuts instead of Pecans)
  • Organic Boistfort Valley Farm Pumpkin Pie with Handmade Wholewheat Crust
  • Pumpkin Cheesecake
  • Pumpkin Sugar Cookies

Kathryn and Janet at Stokesberry Organic Farm holding a couple of turkeys from the Eat Local Heritage Turkey Flock. As you can see they are already quite large. When they are not being held they feed in open pastures protected by 'chicken tractors'. These tractors are moved every day to ensure the fields are fertilized, the poultry is protected, and the birds get to have fresh grass and bugs every day.

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