Farmers & Artisans Offering Handmade Thanksgiving Pies and Fixings | Shopping & Services
Farmers & Artisans, offering the best products and produce from Western New York’s farms and food artisans, is now taking orders for their delicious Thanksgiving pies and dinner fixings. Pie flavors include apple with lattice and crumb topping, apple elderberry with crumb topping, cherry with almond crumb topping, concord grape with crumb topping, pecan with maple syrup and traditional pumpkin.
All pies are handmade in the Farmers & Artisans bakery using local fruit, butter, organic flour and other all-natural ingredients. Available in six- and nine-inch sizes, the pies can be purchased baked or frozen to finish hot and fresh in your oven in less than an hour. Prices range from $8.50 to $19.
Additionally, Farmers & Artisans is offering an array of traditional Thanksgiving dinner favorites such as soup, turkey gravy, and fresh breads and dinner rolls. Side dishes are also available, including honey glazed roasted fall vegetables, mashed potatoes, puree of sweet potatoes with pecan topping, dressing with mushrooms and hazelnuts, herb dressing and chunky cranberry relish.
Orders must be received by Friday, Nov. 16, and will be available for pickup at Farmers & Artisans, located at 78 East Spring St. in Williamsville, on Wednesday, Nov. 21. To order your Thanksgiving pies and fixings, please call 633-2830 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Store hours are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. The store will be closed on Thanksgiving day. Visit http://farmersandartisans.com for more information, or follow Farmers & Artisans on Facebook for frequent updates.
In January 2013, Farmers & Artisans will be moving to a new and larger location at 4557 Main St. in Snyder, at the corner of Main Street and Bernhardt Drive.
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