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    Aug132015

    8-13-15 The wonderful local food products on Whidbey

    I have to begin with a disclaimer/apology: I know I am leaving out many great food products created on Whidbey.  I am only sharing my personal Whidbey food experiences.

    I start most weekdays with yogurt and fresh blueberries from Mutiny Bay Blues, topped with Primal Island Granola (see http://www.whidbeylocal.com/article/view/836). My breakfast includes a cup of fresh roasted Mukilteo or Whidbey coffee.  For lunch, I enjoy a panini made with Screaming Banshee bread; at dinner I have a glass of wine from one of our prize-winning local wineries.  For a special treat, I serve a slice of pie from Whidbey Pies topped with Whidbey Island Ice Cream, and finish off the dinner with a glass of Whidbey Island Liqueur.  On the weekends, I often have a Kiichli Bagel and I have to have my Whidbey eggs laid by happy Whidbey chickens (my daughter in Bellevue is always asking me to bring Whidbey eggs when I come for a visit and all of my daughters are really excited if I bring some bagels with me, as well).  I’m not much of a beef eater, but my husband likes to have some Three Sisters grass-fed hot dogs available.

    Visiting one of our many farmers' markets on Whidbey at this time of year (Clinton, Langley, Bayview, Tilth, Coupeville or Oak Harbor), there is always an abundance of locally-grown, organic produce and a myriad of locally-made food products. 

    If you’re not buying as much local food as you can, you are not only depriving our local producers of income, you are depriving yourself of some of the finest, healthiest foods available anywhere.

    If I have left out a favorite of yours, please feel free to add your comments and suggestions.

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    I love Willow Wood 's Rockwell beans!

    August 13, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterGlo Sherman

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