[Fishhugger] Lavender in the Village

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Fri Jul 11 05:42:57 MST 2008

Greetings Fishhuggers!  Join us at the Los Ranchos Growers Market this
Saturday.  Lavender in the Village is a fun and wonderful event in the
Village of Los Ranchos, NM.  Of course the regular growers market (with
lots of extra vendors and lots of special lavender treats) will take place
from 7-11am with many vendors staying until 1pm.  This is a village-wide
event with children's activities, arts and crafts, classes and more.  I
look forward to seeing you there!

Look for the Fishhugger--I'll have wild Alaska coho, sockeye and keta
salmon, wild halibut, sablefish and jumbo wild spot prawns (these are
double D-LISH!)  Also, lots of great grassfed beef cuts including steaks,
roasts, ground beef and our wonderful jerky.  Be sure to sample our
Bariani Olive Oil and wonderful Balsamic Vinegar!

As many of you already know, Kenny left Albuquerque for Kodiak Island,
Alaska on July 3 and arrived safely on July 4 after a long stay in the
Anchorage airport--weather was tricky for flying into Kodiak.  He is
working with the family of the Aleutian Bell.  I have been able to speak
with him frequently via cell phone as they have just completed a small
15,000 lb halibut trip to finish up their quota and are now preparing
their gear for the salmon season.  Salmon runs throughout Alaska will be
at their peak with the pink salmon catch beginning in a few weeks.  More
to come...

Phoenix Fishhuggers:  We will be back at the Phoenix area farmers markets
beginning November 1 at the Roadrunner Park Farmers Market.  Should you
need anything in the meantime, I will happily ship via FedEx.  Please call
602.286.9233 or email for further details!

Thank you all so much for your support.  Please let us know how we can
further serve you.

Eat Well,
Brenna Aschbacher-Mrs Fishhugger

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