Gobble Up our Turkey Savings!

How can it be only a week and half til Thanksgiving? The weather has fooled us to think the holidays are still a long way off. Are you running behind? Stop by to find things to make your Thanksgiving easier. We have gravy mixes, instant potato flakes, and easy-to-make peanut butter, mocha, lemon or blueberry pie mixes. There’s a deli turkey shortage this year, but we’re grateful to have some turkey to offer you. With that, we’re offering all turkey $1 off per pound Mon. – Wed. Nov 23-25. Choose from Tavern Smoked (our most popular), Pan Roasted (plain Jane Thanksgiving turkey) or Honey Roasted. You’d better hurry because it will be gobbled up in no time.

Want to do something a little different this year, try our deli chicken. We have two kinds:  Oven Roasted and Kettle Fried. Our customers say it’s delicious and we agree! In the midst of all the planning and cooking, don’t forget to be thankful for all your blessings!

Save on these 4 Items for Another Week

Mozzarella – normally $5.39 – now $3.99

Hot Pepper – normally $5.69 – now $3.99
Kettle Fried Chicken – normally $7.49 – now $5.69
Virginia Ham – normally $5.69 – now $3.99

Upcoming Specials

Turkey Sale Mon.-Wed. Nov 23 – 25
$1 off all deli turkey (sale price $5.79 – $6.29)Black Friday Sale
Honey Ham – $2.99 (normally $5.69)
Pepper Jack – $3.79 (normally $5.49)
Candy Blox (lego blocks) – $1.50 off/bag
Dark Choc Almonds – $2 off/bag
(8 am until supplies last)Christmas Open HouseSaturday, December 5th
Save on Deli items, Meat/Cheese Trays, Christmas Gift Baskets, Nut Thin crackers, Snack Mixes, and Cookies (Lemon, Chocolate, and Coconut). Enjoy Christmas cookies, drinks and other samples.

DIY Cold and Flu Drops

Here’s something a little different, but very fitting for this time of year as I’ve heard a lot of coughing lately. With these, you can know what’s in your cough drops.

Most ingredients available at The Country Cupboard

1 c. sugar
1/2 c. water
1 T. lemon juice (fresh from a lemon)
1 T. honey (raw local honey is best)
1/2 t. ginger
1/4 t. ground cloves

Place all ingredients in a saucepan. Stir and bring to a boil. Simmer on low heat for 15-20 minutes. Stir often. When it is thick, dark and syrupy, remove from heat and let it set for a few minutes. Line baking sheet with parchment paper. Pour by tablespoonfuls and allow to harden. Dust with powdered sugar to keep from sticking. Use them as drops or dissolve in tea and drink.

You can watch these being made here.

 

 

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