Maude’s Market will open SUNDAY 3/23 from 10am to noon to clear out the last of our inventory*.

Free delivery in the St. Louis Metro area for orders of $50 or more.

Call 314-422-1141 to set a shopping appointment.

*If shopping for specific inventory, call to confirm item is in stock.

Live Springs Farm Chicken

  • Wings – $5 / lbs (reg $5.75)

Chutney, Honey & Jelly

Circle B Ranch Cranberry Chutney
$4.85 ea (reg $5.85) OR 2 for $9

Jackson-Mills Local Raw Honey

  • $6.25 lbs (reg $7)
  • 3 for $18
  • 6 for $34
  • 12 for $65

Pappy’s Gourmet Pepper Jellies
Blackberry Habanero (Hot)
Raspberry Jalapeno (Med)
Strawberry Jalapeno (Med)
Green Pepper (Sweet)

  • $5.25 for 9oz (reg $6.25) OR 2 for $9.50
  • $3.75 for 4oz (reg $4.50) OR 2 for $5

Cordials, Extracts & Juice

Blue Heron Orchard
Apple Ambrosia, 10 oz
$7.50 ea (reg $8.50)

River Hills Harvest
Elderberry Juice & Cordial
$12.50 ea (reg $14.30) OR 2 for $22

Ozark Forest Elderflower Cordial
$8 (reg $9.25)

Lockhead Almond Extract, $8 (reg $10)

Savory Oils, Rubs & Sauces

Ozark Forest Mushroom Rub
$4.50 (reg $6)

Sandhill Farm Organic Mustard
$4 ea (reg $5)

Olea Estates Organic Olive Oil
$11 for 250ml (reg $12.95), 2 for $20

Gringo Salsa, 16 oz
Hot OR Sweet Onion
$3.50 ea (reg $4) OR 2 for $6

Circle B Ranch Tomato Sauce
$5.35 ea (reg $6.35)

Missouri Highland Farm Frozen Berries

Cherries, 1 lb bags

  • $5.75 ea (reg $6.70)
  • 3 for $16.50
  • 6 for $31.50
  • 12 for $60

Blueberries, 1 lb bags

  • $6.50 ea (reg $7.50)
  • 3 for $18.75
  • 6 for $36
  • 12 for $69

Gooseberries, 1 lb bags

  • $4.75 ea (reg $5.85)
  • 3 for $13.50
  • 6 for $25.50
  • 12 for $48

Winter Squash

Large Edible Cushaw &
Hubbard Squash
$4 ea (reg $6 ea)

Acorn, Butternut, Spaghetti Squash
$1.50 ea (reg $1.50 / lb)

Hilty’s Bee Yard Canned Produce

  • Pickled Beet, 32 oz, $6 ea (reg $7.35) or 2 for $10
  • Green Beans, 32 oz, $6 ea (reg $7.35) or 2 for $10
  • Butternut Squash, 16 oz $5.75 (reg $6.80)
  • ‘Spicy’ Green Beans, 16 oz, $4 ea (reg $5) or 2 for $7
  • Bread & Butter, Dill OR Sweet Pickles, 32 oz, $6 ea (reg $7.35) or 2 for $10
  • Tomatoes, 32 oz, $6 ea (reg $7.35)

Canned & Dried Peppers

Bellews Creek Farm
Smoked Chipotle Peppers

  • $1.50 bag of 5 (reg $1.80)
  • 3 for $3.75
  • 6 for $6

Blue Heron Orchard
Smoked Jalapeno Peppers
$7.50 jar (reg $9)

Beans, Grains & Nuts

Terra Bella Farm Heirloom Wholegrain Bread & Pastry Flours
$3.50 2lbs bag (reg $4)

Northern Missouri Pecan Pieces
$10 / lbs (reg $12.75)

Bellews Creek Farm Black Beans
$2.75 / lbs (reg $3.50)

Kimker Hill Farm Products
Chickpea Flour, $4 / lbs (reg $5) ‎
Corn Meal, $3 / lbs (reg $3.85)
Brown Rice Flour, $4 / lbs (reg $5)
Yellow & Green Split Peas, $2.25 (reg $3)

General Store

Singing Prairie Farm Beeswax Candles
$5 pair (reg $6.25)

Buzz Brothers & Hanley Fold Farm
Lip Balms
$2.50 ea (reg $3.35) OR 2 for $4.50

All Store Sale!

Maude’s Market will open THIS Sat 2/21 from 10am to noon to clear out the last of our inventory*.

Free delivery in the St. Louis Metro area for orders of $50 or more.

Call 314-422-1141 to set a shopping appointment.

*If shopping for specific inventory, call to confirm item is in stock.

Live Springs Farm Chicken

  • Drums – $4.50 / lbs (reg $5.15)
  • Leg Quarters -  $5.50 / lbs (reg $6.30)
  • Thighs -  $6 / lbs (reg $6.90)
  • Wings – $5 / lbs (reg $5.75)

Todd Geisert Pork

  • Bacon Ends – $5.50 / lbs (reg $6.15)
  • Ham & Summer Sausage, 6 oz – $3.75 / lbs (reg $4.25)
  • Summer Sausage, 5 lbs – $30 / lbs (reg $40)

Chutney, Honey & Jelly

Ringhausen Apple Butter
Regular & No Sugar
$4.50 / pt (reg $5.40)

Circle B Ranch Cranberry Chutney
$4.85 ea (reg $5.85) OR 2 for $9

Jackson-Mills Local Raw Honey

  • $6.25 lbs (reg $7)
  • 3 for $18
  • 6 for $34
  • 12 for $65

Pappy’s Gourmet Pepper Jellies
Blackberry Habanero (Hot)
Raspberry Jalapeno (Med)
Strawberry Jalapeno (Med)
Green Pepper (Sweet)

  • $5.25 for 9oz (reg $6.25) OR 2 for $9.50
  • $3.75 for 4oz (reg $4.50) OR 2 for $5

Cordials, Extracts & Juice

Blue Heron Orchard
Apple Ambrosia, 10 oz
$7.50 ea (reg $8.50)

River Hills Harvest
Elderberry Juice & Cordial
$12.50 ea (reg $14.30) OR 2 for $22

Ozark Forest Elderflower Cordial
$8 (reg $9.25)

Lockhead Almond Extract, $8 (reg $10)

Savory Oils, Rubs & Sauces

Ozark Forest Mushroom Rub
$4.50 (reg $6)

Sandhill Farm Organic Mustard
$4 ea (reg $5)

Olea Estates Organic Olive Oil
$17 for 500ml (reg $20), 2 for $32
$11 for 250ml (reg $12.95), 2 for $20

Ozark Forest Soy Sauce
$5 (reg $6.15)

Gringo Salsa, 16 oz
Hot OR Sweet Onion
$3.50 ea (reg $4) OR 2 for $6

Circle B Ranch Tomato Sauce
$5.35 ea (reg $6.35)

Missouri Highland Farm Frozen Berries

Blackberries & Cherries, 1 lb bags

  • $5.75 ea (reg $6.70)
  • 3 for $16.50
  • 6 for $31.50
  • 12 for $60

Blueberries, 1 lb bags

  • $6.50 ea (reg $7.50)
  • 3 for $18.75
  • 6 for $36
  • 12 for $69

Gooseberries, 1 lb bags

  • $4.75 ea (reg $5.85)
  • 3 for $13.50
  • 6 for $25.50
  • 12 for $48

Winter Squash

Large Edible Cushaw &
Hubbard Squash
$4 ea (reg $6 ea)

Acorn, Butternut, Spaghetti Squash
$1.50 ea (reg $1.50 / lb)

Hilty’s Bee Yard Canned Produce

  • Pickled Beet, 32 oz, $6 ea (reg $7.35) or 2 for $10
  • Green Beans, 32 oz, $6 ea (reg $7.35) or 2 for $10
  • Butternut Squash, 16 oz $5.75 (reg $6.80)
  • ‘Spicy’ Green Beans, 16 oz, $4 ea (reg $5) or 2 for $7
  • Bread & Butter, Dill OR Sweet Pickles, 32 oz, $6 ea (reg $7.35) or 2 for $10
  • Tomatoes, 32 oz, $6 ea (reg $7.35)

Canned & Dried Peppers

Bellews Creek Farm
Smoked Chipotle Peppers

  • $1.50 bag of 5 (reg $1.80)
  • 3 for $3.75
  • 6 for $6

Blue Heron Orchard
Smoked Jalapeno Peppers
$7.50 jar (reg $9)

Beans, Grains & Nuts

Terra Bella Farm Heirloom Wholegrain Bread & Pastry Flours
$3.50 2lbs bag (reg $4)

Northern Missouri Pecan Pieces
$10 / lbs (reg $12.75)

Bellews Creek Farm Black Beans
$2.75 / lbs (reg $3.50)

Kimker Hill Farm Products
Chickpea Flour, $4 / lbs (reg $5) ‎
Corn Meal, $3 / lbs (reg $3.85)
Brown Rice Flour, $4 / lbs (reg $5)
Yellow & Green Split Peas, $2.25 (reg $3)

General Store

Singing Prairie Farm Beeswax Candles
$5 pair (reg $6.25)

Buzz Brothers & Hanley Fold Farm
Lip Balms
$2.50 ea (reg $3.35) OR 2 for $4.50

Maude’s Market will open THIS Saturday 2/1 from 10am to noon to clear out the last of our inventory. Stock up for the Big Game this Sunday!

Free gift with every purchase & free delivery in the St. Louis Metro area for orders of $50 or more.

Can’t make it this Saturday? Call 314-422-1141 to set a shopping appointment.

Live Springs Farm Chicken

  • Drums – $4.50 / lbs (reg $5.15)
  • Leg Quarters -  $5.50 / lbs (reg $6.30)
  • Thighs -  $6 / lbs (reg $6.90)
  • Wings – $5 / lbs (reg $5.75)

Todd Geisert Pork

  • Bacon Ends – $5.50 / lbs (reg $6.15)
  • Sliced Bologna – $8 / lbs (reg $8.85)
  • Ground Pork – $5.75 / lbs (reg $6.35)
  • Ham & Summer Sausage, 6 oz – $3.75 / lbs (reg $4.25)
  • Summer Sausage, 5 lbs – $30 / lbs (reg $40)

Chutney, Honey & Jelly

Ringhausen Apple Butter
Regular & No Sugar
$4.50 / pt (reg $5.40)

Circle B Ranch Cranberry Chutney
$4.85 ea (reg $5.85) OR 2 for $9

Jackson-Mills Local Raw Honey

  • $6.25 lbs (reg $7)
  • 3 for $18
  • 6 for $34
  • 12 for $65

Pappy’s Gourmet Pepper Jellies
Blackberry Habanero (Hot)
Raspberry Jalapeno (Med)
Strawberry Jalapeno (Med)
Green Pepper (Sweet)

  • $5.25 for 9oz (reg $6.25) OR 2 for $9.50
  • $3.75 for 4oz (reg $4.50) OR 2 for $5

Cordials, Extracts & Juice

Blue Heron Orchard
Apple Ambrosia, 10 oz
$7.50 ea (reg $8.50)

River Hills Harvest
Elderberry Juice & Cordial
$12.50 ea (reg $14.30) OR 2 for $22

Ozark Forest Elderflower Cordial
$8 (reg $9.25)

Lockhead Almond Extract, $8 (reg $10)

Savory Oils, Rubs & Sauces

Ozark Forest Mushroom Rub
$4.50 (reg $6)

Sandhill Farm Organic Mustard
$4 ea (reg $5)

Olea Estates Organic Olive Oil
$17 for 500ml (reg $20), 2 for $32
$11 for 250ml (reg $12.95), 2 for $20

Ozark Forest Soy Sauce
$5 (reg $6.15)

Gringo Salsa, 16 oz
Hot OR Black Bean & Corn
$3.50 ea (reg $4) OR 2 for $6

Circle B Ranch Tomato Sauce
$5.35 ea (reg $6.35)

Missouri Highland Farm Frozen Berries

Blackberries & Cherries, 1 lb bags

  • $5.75 ea (reg $6.70)
  • 3 for $16.50
  • 6 for $31.50
  • 12 for $60

Blueberries, 1 lb bags

  • $6.50 ea (reg $7.50)
  • 3 for $18.75
  • 6 for $36
  • 12 for $69

Gooseberries, 1 lb bags

  • $4.75 ea (reg $5.85)
  • 3 for $13.50
  • 6 for $25.50
  • 12 for $48

Winter Squash

Large Edible Cushaw &
Hubbard Squash
$4 ea (reg $6 ea)

Acorn, Butternut, Spaghetti Squash
$1.50 ea (reg $1.50 / lb)

Hilty’s Bee Yard Canned Produce

  • Pickled Beet, 32 oz, $6 ea (reg $7.35) or 2 for $10
  • Green Beans, 32 oz, $6 ea (reg $7.35) or 2 for $10
  • Butternut Squash, 16 oz $5.75 (reg $6.80)
  • ‘Spicy’’ Green Beans, 16 oz, $4 ea (reg $5) or 2 for $7
  • Bread & Butter, Dill OR Sweet Pickles, 32 oz, $6 ea (reg $7.35) or 2 for $10
  • Tomatoes, 32 oz, $6 ea (reg $7.35)

Canned & Dried Peppers

Bellews Creek Farm
Smoked Chipotle Peppers

  • $1.50 bag of 5 (reg $1.80)
  • 3 for $3.75
  • 6 for $6

Blue Heron Orchard
Smoked Jalapeno Peppers
$7.50 jar (reg $9)

Beans, Grains & Nuts

Terra Bella Farm Heirloom Wholegrain Bread & Pastry Flours
$3.50 2lbs bag (reg $4)

Northern Missouri Pecan Pieces
$10 / lbs (reg $12.75)

Bellews Creek Farm Black Beans
$2.75 / lbs (reg $3.50)

Kimker Hill Farm Products
Chickpea Flour, $4 / lbs (reg $5) ‎
Corn Meal, $3 / lbs (reg $3.85)
Brown Rice Flour, $4 / lbs (reg $5)
Yellow & Green Split Peas, $2.25 (reg $3)

General Store

Singing Prairie Farm Beeswax Candles
$5 pair (reg $6.25)

Buzz Brothers & Hanley Fold Farm
Lip Balms
$2.50 ea (reg $3.35) OR 2 for $4.50

Dear Friends of Maude’s Market,Dutchtown Classic Window Display Maude's Market

At the end of the summer, I asked for your support to help continue Maude’s Market’s services as a 501c3 charitable corporation (non-profit). We held an initial meeting in September discussing the first steps to transform the organization. However, I have found that between managing the Market, working odd jobs and respecting personal obligations, I have not initiated those first steps. Even with dedicated volunteers, I cannot make the commitment to grow the Market while also managing daily and weekly functions.

Ultimately, Maude’s Market can only continue the CSA if another organization, or a group of individuals, can adopt a share of the financial, managerial and organizational responsibilities. I am happy to detail the Market’s daily functions, present the company books, and discuss restructuring opportunities for any seriously interested parties. Unfortunately, until these conversations solidify into a plan for the Market’s future, I must suspend the 2014 Winter CSA which was scheduled to commence January 10, 2014. The Market will continue to hold regular business hours and the December Monthly CSA, through Saturday, December 21, 2013.

I have invited the most dedicated Maude’s Market customers to join a Yahoo Group listserv so we can discuss amongst each other possibilities for continuing the CSA. If you did not receive the invitation please contact: maudesmarket-subscribe@yahoogroups.com  I will also reach out to many of you directly to discuss future possibilities. As always, you can reach me directly at Maude@MaudesMarket.com or on my mobile at 314-422-1141.

On Sale

Companion Bread, Frozen, for Freshness

  •     Pumpkin & Cranberry Batard – $5.60 ea (regularly $7.10)
  •     Rosemary & Onion Focaccia – $2.35 ea (regularly $3.10)
  •     Toast for Dressing & Stuffing – $3.10 ea (regularly $4.65)

Potatoes, Red Norlan Veggie & White Kennebec, Veggie Boy Produce

What’s New

General Store

New Book! Featuring Maude’s Market
Shop Like a Chef: A Food Lover’s Guide to St. Louis Neighborhoods
$15.95 ea

2014 Calendars from
St. Louis Avian Rescue – $18 each
All proceeds from these 16-month calendars benefit STAR

Produce

Carrots, Southern Breeze Farm

Autumn Greens:

Green Cabbage, Southern Breeze Farm

Swiss Chard, Southern Breeze Farm

Red Russian Kale, Southern Breeze Farm

Salad Mix, Double Star Farm

Sunchokes, Theresa Hitchcock
Nutty & crisp: wash clean, eat skin & all. Great raw & shaved into a salad, or roast with your favorite winter fruit & root veggies.

Dairy

John Miller’s Free Range Eggs

Windcrest Dairy Greek Yogurt, 24 oz

  •     Plain
  •     Vanilla

Dry, Frozen & Snacks

Angel Baked Cookies

Chocolate Chip, Oatmeal Raisin, Sugar

Heritage Wheat Products, Terra Bella Farm

  •     Hard Bread Flour
  •     Soft Pastry Flour
  •     Whole Wheat Berries

Kicker OR Original Billy Goat Chips

del Carmen Black Bean Foods

  •     Cuban-Style Black Beans
  •     Hummus
  •     Mojo Dip
  •     Vegetable Broth

Meat

Lamb, Ground or Stew, Hi Ho Sheep Farm

Ground BeefFall Squash, Rain Crow RanchSweet Potato, Savory Herbs & Star Bread

December Deals

Maude’s Market continues to offer December Deals again this holiday season. We can help you mix and match various items that complement each other. Buy three regular-priced items or more to receive the CSA member discount off the regular retail price. And, for every $50* you spend between now and Saturday, December 21, you will receive an automatic $5 discount and a packet of Baker Creek seeds.

*Excludes CSA purchases

CSA Menu

Week 9, Dec 13-14

Produce

Choice #1
Gluten Free, Paleo, Vegan =
Choice of 2

  •     Sweet Onion, 1
  •     Chipotle Peppers, 1
  •     Garlic, 3 heads

Choice #2
Veggie & Large = Choice of 2
OR Frozen Berry, 1 lbs OR Rutabaga

  •     Carrots, 2 lbs
  •     Red Norlan & White Kennebec Potatoes, 4 lbs
  •     Sweet Potato, 2 lbs
  •     Sunchokes, 1 lbs
  •     White Hikuri Turnips &/or Radishes (Red, Watermelon & White Icicle), 2 bunches

Regular CSA = Choice 1 & 2 Substitute

Frozen Berries (Blackberry, Blueberry, Cherry, Gooseberry)
Rutabaga

Choice #3
Gluten Free, Paleo, Veggie =
Choice of 2

  •     Arkansas Black Apples, 2 lbs
  •     Oyster Mushrooms ⅓ lbs
  •     Squash, any 2 (Acorn, Buttercup, Butternut Sweet Dumplings (4), Spaghetti)
  •     Green Tomatoes, 1 lbs

Choice #4

  •     Green Cabbage, 1
  •     Swiss Chard, ¾ lbs
  •     Red Russian Kale, ¾ lbs
  •     Salad Mix, ½ lbs

Meat Choice

Beef – Ground OR Stew
Lamb – Ground OR Stew
Large = Choice of 1 Beef & 1 Lamb

Staple: Choice of 2 lbs:

Bread Flour
How to Make Bread

Pastry Flour
Short Cut Pie Crust

Wheat Berries
Cook like rice

Gluten Free & Paleo = None

Treat

Angel Baked Cookies, 2

  •     Chocolate Chip
  •     Oatmeal Raisin
  •     Sugar

Large = Choice of 4
Gluten Free, Paleo & Vegan = None

December DealsGift Basket

Maude’s Market is offering customized gift baskets again this holiday season.

We can help you mix and match various items that complement each other.

Buy three items or more to receive the CSA member discounts off the regular retail price.

And, for every $50* you spend between now and Saturday, December  21, you will receive a $5 store credit and packet  of Baker Creek’s seeds!

*Excludes CSA purchase

On Sale

Companion Bread, Frozen for Freshness

  •     Pumpkin & Cranberry Batard
  •     Rosemary & Onion Focaccia
  •     Toast for Dressing & Stuffing

Potatoes, Red Norlan Veggie & White Kennebec, Veggie Boy Produce

Mofu Tofu

Goatsbeard Farm Cheese

  •     Tubs Honey & Pecan, Plain
  •     Herb Rounds
  •     Feta
  •     Pizzicato & Walloon Aged Goat Cheese

What’s New

General Store

New Book!
Featuring Maude’s Market
Shop Like a Chef: A Food Lover’s Guide to St. Louis Neighborhoods
$15.95 ea

2014 Calendars from
St. Louis Avian Rescue – $18 each
All proceeds from these 16-month calendars benefit STAR

Produce

Bok Choy, Double Star Farm
Brussels Sprouts, Double Star Farm
Napa Cabbage, Double Star Farm

Oyster Mushrooms, Earth Angel Mushrooms
Sweet Potatoes, Double Star Farm
Rutabaga, Pete’s Produce

 Dairy

John Miller’s Free Range Eggs

Windcrest Dairy Greek Yogurt, 24 oz, plain and vanilla

 Dry & Frozen Goods

Heritage Wheat Products, Terra Bella Farm

  •     Hard Bread Flour
  •     Soft Pastry Flour
  •     Whole Wheat Berries

Kicker OR Original Billy Goat Chips

del Carmen Black Bean Foods

  •     Cuban-Style Black Beans
  •     Hummus
  •     Mojo Dip
  •     Vegetable Broth

 CSA Menu Week 8, Dec 6-7

Produce

Choice #1
Paleo = Choice of 2

  •     Arkansas Black Apples, 2 lbs – These winter storage apples are delicious when cooked but not for eating raw.
  •     Sweet Onion, 1

  •     Squash – Acorn, Buttercup, Sweet Dumplings (4), Small Spaghetti

Choice #2

  •     Beets, 2 bunches
  •     Carrots, 1 lbs
  •     Sweet Red Cubanelle Peppers, 6
  •     Red Norlan & White Kennebec Potatoes – 4 lbs
  •     Sweet Potato, 2 lbs
  •     Red, Watermelon & White Icicle Radishes, 2 bunches
  •     White Hikuri Turnips, 2 bunches

Choice #3
Veggie & Large = Choice of 2

  •     Arugula, ½ lbs
  •     Oyster Mushrooms ⅓ lbs
  •     Rutabaga, 1 lbs
  •     Spinach, ¾ lbs
  •     Green Tomatoes, 1 lbs

Choice #4
Veggie & Large = Choice of 2

  •     Brussels Sprouts – ½ lbs
  •     Bok Choy
  •     Nappa Cabbage

Meat

Choice of 1:

  •     Beef – Ground, Stew
  •     Chicken – Breast (limited), Drumsticks
  •     Pork – Bacon (Canadian, Ends, Jowl), Bologna, Brats & Large Sausage, Burgers, Ground, Meatballs
  •     Trout (limited)
  •     Turkey – Drumsticks, Ground, Wings

Large = Choice of 2 of the above OR Chicken Leg Quarters or Thighs

Staple

Choice:

  •  Chestnuts
  •   Ozark Forest Mushroom Meal
  •   Dried Mushrooms

Treat

Kicker OR Original Billy Goat Chips, 3 oz

Recipe Ideas

Shaved Brussels Sprouts Salad
with Apples, Chestnuts & Brown Butter Dressing

Adapted from The Splendid Table

Ingredients

¼ cup chestnuts, cut the shell
½ lbs brussels sprouts
1 small (or 1/2 large) crisp, red-skinned apple
4 tablespoons unsalted butter
1 tablespoon white wine vinegar
4 teaspoons lemon juice, divided
½ teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons grapeseed or other neutral oil

Preparation

Preheat the oven to 350°F. Spread the chestnuts on a rimmed sheet pan and toast for 5 minutes. Wrap nuts in a clean dish towel and let steam until cool then peel the skin. Roughly chop the nuts and set aside.

Shave the brussels sprouts by gripping the stem end with your fingers and using a mandoline to slice as thinly as possible down to the stem, or until the sprout is too short to safely slice. (Alternatively, you can use a food processor to shave the sprouts. Trim and discard the stems and use the slicing blade of the food processor to finely shred the sprouts.) Place shaved sprouts in a large mixing bowl. Halve and core the apple, then use the mandoline to cut into slices about 1/4-inch thick. Place apple slices in a small bowl and toss with 2 teaspoons lemon juice to prevent browning.

Have a small Pyrex or other heatproof liquid measuring cup ready. Melt the butter in a small saucepan over medium heat. Cook, swirling occasionally, until butter is dark brown and smells nutty. Immediately pour into the measuring cup to stop the cooking. Let cool slightly.

In a small bowl, whisk together the vinegar, remaining 2 teaspoons lemon juice and salt. Slowly drizzle in the brown butter, whisking constantly, until dressing is thick and emulsified. Repeat with the grapeseed oil. Taste for seasoning. Pour the dressing over the brussels sprouts and mix in thoroughly with your hands. Add the apples and nuts and mix.

Salad can be assembled ahead of time and refrigerated for several hours or up to overnight. Let sit at room temperature for 30 minutes before serving. If making more than 2 hours ahead, add the nuts just before serving for best texture.

Gift BasketSat, Nov 30, 2013
10am – 2pm
Food samples all day.

Maude’s Market is offering customized gift baskets again this holiday season. We can help you mix and match various items that complement each other. Buy three items or more to receive the CSA member discounts off the regular retail price. And, for every $50 you spend between Small Business Saturday and Saturday December 21, you will receive a $5 gift card!

 On Sale

Askinosie Cocoa Powder &November 22-23, 2013
Chocolate Nibs

All Adventures in Spice
Herbs & Spices
up to 25% off reg price

What’s New

General Store

New Book!
Featuring Maude’s Market

Shop Like a Chef: A Food Lover’s Guide to St. Louis Neighborhoods

$15.95 ea

2014 Calendars from

St. Louis Avian Rescue - $18 each

All proceeds from these 16-month calendars benefit STAR

Produce

Joe Ringhausen’s Award Winning Apple Cider

“Red Ace” Beets,Thies Farm & Greenhouses 

Frozen Berries

Missouri High Land Farm

  •     Blackberries
  •     Blueberries
  •     Cherries
  •     Gooseberries

Broccoli, Southern Breeze Farm

Carrots, Southern Breeze Farm

Cabbage, Southern Breeze Farm

Chestnuts, Double Star

Microwaved Chestnuts:

At the bottom of the fruit, cut an ‘X’  through the shell. Cook on High for 30 seconds. Cool, peel, eat. Vary cooking time may vary. Overcooking will dry the fruit, making a rubbery texture.

Greens

  •     Arugula, Southern Breeze Farm
  •     Spinach, Thies Farm and Greenhouses

“Candy” Onion, Cadet Creek Farms

Giant Beauregard Sweet Potatoes, Schaffer Farm

Radishes

  •     Red, Silent Oak Farm
  •     Watermelon, Southern Breeze Farm
  •     White Icicle, Thies Farm and Greenhouses

Green Tomatoes, Southern Breeze Farm

Tomatoes have a wonderful tart taste. Chop raw into a seasonal salsa or cook down into a sauce. Include onion, garlic, salt & pepper.

Turnips

  •     Gold, Southern Breeze Farm
  •     White Hikuri, Double Star Farm

Dairy

Goatsbeard Farm Cheese
Fresh Goat Cheese

  •     Tubs Garlic, Honey & Pecan, Plain
  •     Herb Rounds
  •     Feta

Aged Goat Cheese

  • Pizzicato, Prairie Bloom, Taum Sauk, Walloon

John Miller’s Free Range Eggs

Meat

Circle B Ranch Meatballs
Boneless trout fillets, Troutdale Farm

Bakery

Fresh Midwest Pasta
Vermicelli, Regular
Specialty Pasta

  •     Radiatore, Whole Wheat or Roasted Red Pepper
  •     Vermicelli, Lemon Pepper

Dry & Frozen Goods

del Carmen Black Bean Foods

  •     Cuban-Style Black Beans
  •     Hummus
  •     Mojo Dip
  •     Vegetable Broth

Stringbean Coffee
Disco Inferno, Redeye, Star Clipper

Companion Granola

Circle B Ranch

  •     Cranberry Chutney
  •     Tomato Sauce

CSA Menu

Week 7, Nov 22-23

Produce

Choice #1

  •    Collard Greens, ½ lbs (limited)
  •     Parsley, 2 bunches
  •     Spinach, ½ lbs
  •     Acorn Squash, 1
  •     Sweet Dumpling Squash, 4

Choice #2

  •     Apples, 1 lbs
  •     Arugula, ¼ lbs
  •     Chipotle Peppers, 1 bag of 5
  •     Sweet Cubanelle Peppers, 3

Choice #3

Veggie & Large = Choice of 2

  •     Broccoli, 1 lbs
  •     Green Cabbage, 1
  •     Carrots, 1 lbs
  •     Potatoes, Kennebec & Red Norlan, 3 lbs
  •     Sweet Potato, 2 lbs
  •     Green Tomatoes, 1 lbs
  •     Watermelon Radish, 1 lbs

Choice #4

Large Paleo = Choice of 2

  •     Beets, 1 bunch
  •     Chestnuts, 1 lbs
  •     Ozette Fingerling Potatoes, 1 lbs
  •     Red Radishes, 1 bunch
  •     White Icicle Radishes, 1 bunch
  •     Gold Turnips 1 ¾ lbs
  •     White Hakurei Turnips, 1 bunch

 Meat

Circle B Ranch Heritage Pork & Beef Meatball
Gluten Free & Paleo = Choice of Bratwurst
Large = Pork Chops OR 2 Meatballs (OR Choice of 2 Bratwurst for Large Paleo)

 Staple

Pecan Pieces, ½ lbs
Paleo = 1 lbs

Treat

Choice of 1:

Paleo = None

  •     Ringhausen Apple Butter
  •     Hilty Almond & Apple Butter, Jams or Jellies
  •     Elderberry Jelly
  •     Pappy’s Gourmet Pepper Jellies, 9oz

November Monthly CSA Menu

Produce

Choice #1

Large = Choice of 2 OR Double of 1

  • Collard Greens, ½ lbs (limited)
  • Parsley, 2 bunches
  • Spinach, ½ lbs
  • Acorn Squash,1
  • Sweet Dumpling Squash, 4

Choice #2

Large = Choice of 2 OR Double of 1

  • Apples, 1 lbs
  • Arugula, ¼ lbs
  • Chipotle Peppers, 1 bag of 5
  • Sweet Cubanelle Peppers, 3

Choice #3

All: Choice of 2 OR Double of 1

  • Broccoli, 1 lbs
  • Green Cabbage, 1
  • Carrots, 1 lbs
  • Potatoes, 3 lbs
  • Sweet Potato, 2 lbs
  • Green Tomatoes, 1 lbs
  • Watermelon Radish, 1 lbs

Choice #4

All: Choice of 2 OR Double of 1

  • Beets, 1 bunch
  • Chestnuts, 1 lbs
  • Ozette Fingerling Potatoes, 1 lb
  • Red Radishes, 1 bunch
  • White Icicle Radishes, 1 bunch
  • Gold Turnips 1 ¾ lbs
  • WhiteHakurei Turnips, 1 bunch

Meat

Choice #1 – Trout
Choice #2 – Beef OR Bison

  • Beef: Ground, Kabob
  • Bison: Brat, Ground Plain, Ground Breakfast Sausage

Choice #3 – Chicken, Turkey OR Pork

  • Chicken: Breast, Drumsticks
  • Turkey: Drums, Ground, Wings
  • Pork: Bacon (Canadian, Ends, Jowl), Bologna, Brats, Braunschweiger, Burger

Large Choice #3 – Chicken, Turkey OR Pork

  • Chicken: Thighs, Quarters, Whole, Wings
  • Turkey (any 2): Drums, Ground, Wings
  • Pork: Chops, Ribs OR 2 of following: Bacon (Canadian, Ends, Jowl), Bologna, Brats, Braunschweiger, Burger

Staple

Choice of 1:

  • Pasta
  • Pecan Pieces,1/2 lbs
  • Tofu

Treat

Choice of 1:

  • Ringhausen Apple Butter
  • Hilty Almond & Apple Butter, Jams or Jellies
  • Elderberry Jelly
  • Pappy’s Pepper Jelly, 9oz

 Recipe Ideas

 Radish Raita

Ingredients

  •     Windcrest Dairy Plain Greek Yogurt, ½ cup
  •     Radish (Red, Watermelon or White Icicle) ½ cup finely chopped
  •     Parsley or Augula, ⅓ cup finely chopped

Preparation

Mix all of the ingredients together in a bowl. Refrigerate for 30 minutes to an hour before serving to let the flavors meld.

 Green Tomato Sauce with Meatballs

Ingredients

  •     2 tblsp Olea olive oil
  •     ½ large onion, sliced
  •     1 chipotle pepper, crumbled
  •     3 garlic cloves, minced
  •     1 tsp fresh ginger, minced
  •     1 lbs green tomatoes, chopped
  •     ¼ cup white wine
  •     2 Tbl Windcrest Dairy Plain Greek Yogurt, ½ cup
  •     1 tsp sugar
  •     salt & pepper, to taste
  •     1 tsp parsley, chopped
  •     1 tsp arugula, chopped

Preparation

Preheat the oven to 350 degree & prepare the ingredients for the sauce.

Heat the oil in a large saucepan over medium heat then add the onion, garlic, chipotle & ginger. Cook the mixture, stirring occasionally, until the onions are soft and beginning to brown, around 6-8 minutes.

Add the chopped tomatoes, yogurt, sugar, wine, salt & pepper, stir. Cover and bring the mixture to a boil over medium heat then lower the temperature to low, simmering the sauce for 15 to 20 minutes, stirring occasionally.

While the sauce is simmering, place the meatballs an inch apart on a baking sheet and bake for about 15 to 20 minutes, until brown on top and almost cooked through.

Just before taking out the meatballs, pour ½ the sauce into a food processor & blend until smooth. Pour the blended sauce back into the pan, over low heat & add the parsley & arugula.

Take the meatballs come out of the oven, remove them from the pan with a slotted spoon & place them in the simmering green tomato sauce. Cook the meatballs in the sauce for another 5 minutes and serve.

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