This Week in the Shop
In the case this week: Artichoke and Piquillo and Bratwurst, Braunschwieger and Nduja, Pastrami and Mortadella, gorgeous pork chops, and every favorite steak you've ever had (our steak guide), and lots more. (Click on the above order form to reserve anything).
(As many of you, we have changed to summer hours, which means that we're open Thursdays-Sundays. This change has allowed us to concentrate our production hours, meaning that the case will be brimming any day you come in. It also means that we're able to focus on our customers during open hours. Thanks for adjusting with us- it's made for a saner life).
We will be continuing our free cooking classes, the first starting Aug 10th. With less open hours, we're looking forward to having more events in our space, such as our meat cooking classes, butcher classes, charcuterie and wine nights, etc.
Chapel Hill Update: (If you haven't heard, we'll be opening another storefront (not production space) in downtown Chapel Hill. We will in the upcoming Blue Dogwood Market, located off Franklin and Rosemary Street (behind Vespa Restaurant)).
We continue to wait on the city and market to get the space ready for us to move in, but it's looking like sometime this fall. We'll keep you updated as we know more!
This week at Cane Creek Farm
This hot weather have you feeling like this pig?? Summer at Cane Creek means that the tomatoes are ripe, the pigs are lazy, and the family is running north to Canada when they can. Cane Creek and the shop are looking forward to doing more events this fall, so keep an eye out for those! And if you haven't heard, Elizabeth brought a new member into the family in June. Lawrence is totally adorable and totally great and everyone in the family is having a blast with him.
As usual, you can find all of their great products at the Carrboro Farmer's Market on Wednesday (3-6) and Saturdays (7-12) and at the shop.
This week at Braeburn Farm
Charles and Nick have been doing amazing things this year at Braeburn Farm in Snow Camp. Each week, we'll be showing pictures of the wildlife teeming at the farm, as birds, bugs, and native plants increasingly come back to the prettiest 500 acres of Alamance County, as well as the alternative energy and eco-minded projects that the farm is dedicated to. We like to say that amazing grassfed beef is just a by-product of what's happening at Braeburn.
Saturdays in Sax
There are only four more weeks of our beloved "Saturdays in Saxapahaw" farmer's market and music festival. This week is the lovely rockabilly outfit from Pittsboro, Gasoline Stove Band. We'll of course have the hot dog cart running. It's free, it's fun, and it's definitely Saxapahaw...
We'll keep you updated on events from the village!