As the temperatures and leaves fall, we find ourselves settling into the season of Thankfulness! Thankful that the heat of the summer is over, and that the humidity has been replaced with crisp mornings! We’re thankful for great friends, family, and of course…. food! We truly live in the land of plenty. Chester County and the surrounding areas provide so many things to give thanks for.
As we move into November and December, the market will continue to provide local and imported produce, soup, sandwiches, and baked goodies. We will also be offering our…
“Thanksgiving in a box”
We have everything you need for a well fed Thanksgiving feast! Fresh local “better than organic” Turkeys, Stuffing and mashed potatoes, Homemade bread, baked corn, veggie and fruit trays, and pies of all kinds. From Turkey to Cranberry salad, you’ll be set for a stress free gathering. If you order your Thanksgiving Turkey from us, you’ll receive a $5 coupon towards your Christmas tree!
Start a new family tradition
Christmas trees, wreaths, garland, decorations, gifts, baked goods, and hot chocolate will be ready for pick up the day after Thanksgiving! Our trees are Pennsylvania grown by a family friend. We close for the season on Christmas Eve, but this year we will continue baking through our “closed Season”. Cinnamon rolls, bread, cakes, and catering will be provided this year during the winter months (January – March).
Keep us in mind for your holiday parties at home or the office!
Cinnamon rolls, sticky buns, cookie trays, and all sorts of holiday specialties can be ordered ahead for your party. Enjoy the party, we’ll do the prep work. Check our online order form, or give us a call. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, just know that we will make almost any of our deserts gluten free or paleo.
Keeping up a family tradition
For those of you who don’t know, my husband is 4th generation to live here at our home in Ludwig’s Corner. This picture is of his Aunt Betty’s father at the Ludwig’s Corner Teahouse just about a hundred years ago. It was located just next door to our market, where Sunoco is today. Apparently they sold gasoline, kerosene, tea, and “sundries” (basically anything they felt like selling). It was a local gathering spot, where people got to know each other, catch up on current events, and sit down to look at Facebook together… the real Facebook that is! Come on over to our market and get to know your neighbors, face to face.
See you soon,
Angie, Grandma Zook’s Granddaughter