Happy summer FishHuggers! Wow, we haven’t sent an email all month! We’ve been having fun expanding our vegetable and flower gardens, planning cover crops, considering fruit and nut trees and doing lots of harvesting, foraging and tree work throughout the neighborhood. Overall, it’s been an incredibly productive summer from our perspective. We’ve enjoyed spending a lot of family time together too.

The Los Ranchos Growers Market is thriving, it’s high summer and there is a HUGE variety and abundance of in-season produce and food items from all your favorite local growers. We do virtually 100% of our produce shopping at the market and enjoy cooking and eating in season. Everyone in our family has tried their hand at a new recipe or two this summer. Thanks to a couple of local dairies and a sourdough bread maker down the street, we rarely have to set foot into a supermarket or grocery store. Food security is priceless.

We plan to be at the Los Ranchos Growers Market every Saturday through the end of September. Now is the time to consider stocking your freezer for the winter. We have an excellent supply of Alaska Wild Salmon and New Mexico Pasture Finished Beef. We also have New Mexico Pork back in stock! Ground Pork, Pork Sausage, Pork Chops, Bacon, Bones & Lard. If you need assistance determining your freezer needs, please contact us, we’re here to help. We recommend ordering in advance to reserve exactly what you want. 

If you’d rather not attend the market, we’re willing to deliver your order. We have measures in place for a completely contactless delivery to your door. Please call or message us with orders, questions or further inquiry.

PHOENIX: We intend to be back at Roadrunner Park and Ahwatukee Farmers Markets around Halloween through Thanksgiving for the fall season. We look forward to seeing you then!

We appreciate you all and we welcome your feedback, input and suggestions at any time.

Eat Well,

Kenny & Brenna Aschbacher ~ The FishHuggers

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