Friday, October 19, 2007

So you want to buy some Jelly?

I interrupt my regular scheduled blog posts to bring you a push for my wares, yes I'm sorry to say I've gone commercial, but I have jelly comin' out my ears! Clear and purple from two different kinds of grapes, picked fresh from the Ranch. Both are delicious, and when spread on toast with a bit of peanut butter you will love it, although your hips might hate you but they'll forgive you later. If you live in or near Lillooet, or perhaps you're travelling the Duffy Lake Road (Highway 99) you can purchase it from Lightfoot Gas, a local gas station, for $4.00 per jar. They are located on Seton Lake Road, open from 7 AM to 11 PM, so if you happen to be travelling through please stop and buy a jar... or two... or more! I have lots! While you're there pick up a dozen farm fresh eggs, another product they are selling for us. You can't beat farm fresh. The difference between my eggs and store bought is tremendous and at $3.75 a dozen they don't last long.

6 comments:

Louise Z said...

I would definitely buy the eggs...oh I wish. Maybe I should see about getting a passport and get out there with my walker and hitch a ride ....don't think I can get there before winter though....all ripe tomatoes are canned in many different ways..now on what doesn't get eaten will get thrown in the freezer [not a nice picture!]and I have 3 pint jars empty yet! Hugs

beartoes said...

That sure sounds good. We have a friend that gives us some farm eggs and the yokes are like orange. Really strange to look at, but they are awesome. I bet that jelly on toast in the morning is good with a good cup of coffee, visit: coffee beans

jackie said...

Now I know where to get a good jar of grape jelly when mine is all gone ;-) I like the look of the light jelly. I've only used purple grapes and the jelly was sooooooo good. I can almost taste the light kind.

Kansas A said...

beartoes... yes the yolks are really dark orange and oh so good. You can sure tell the difference between free range and penned chickens! I only like the yolk of an egg and do not like the white at all so the yolk suits me fine :)

Darcy said...

How far of a drive would it be from the middle of Minnesota?!! :)

I would for sure be a customer if only I were closer. Grape jelly happens to be the only kind that I buy from the grocery store since I do not have access to fresh, homegrown grapes!

Anonymous said...

I would be a regular customer. I love farm fresh eggs. The grape jelly looks tasty as well.