Fire Sale


Since I wasn’t able to set up at the festival, I have so much stuff!

Whiskey-Raisin Apple Butter
Pecan Pear Butter
Pecan Pear Sauce
Double Vanilla Pear Jam
Coconut-Raisin Pear Sauce

The BEST shipping deal is on three jars, which fit into a medium flat rate box. I can send that for $5 to $10, depending on your location. (The closer you are to me, the cheaper the shipping.) Choose three of the same, or make up your own sampler with three different ones, up to you!

These are all pints, and at fire sale price, I’m selling them for $5/pint (same as my Party on the Farm price). If you’re close, three pints (at $15) will be $20 with shipping. If you’re all the way across the country, three pints with shipping will be $25. If you’re somewhere in the middle, it’ll be somewhere in the middle!

Email me at [email protected] with your zipcode. I can input that online to find your exact shipping cost before you buy! Thank you!! Help me clear the larder!

ALSO. I have someone asking for a cheesemaking/soapmaking workshop day, but she’s by herself. If I can put a small group together, I can hold a workshop! To help her out, I’m going to post a one-time only workshop sale price–$50 per session, which is $100 for the day (cheesemaking and soapmaking) per person. Date: Saturday, November 10 November 3. If you want in on this fun day making cheese and soap, email me at [email protected]

See you at the farm!

P.S. Thank you for the response! I can’t take any more orders right now. Thank you.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on October 15, 2012  

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  1. 10-15

    I’m glad you have leftovers…I’m dying to try them. :eating:

  2. 10-15

    How/where to order the pear and apple products?

  3. 10-15

    Email me at [email protected] with your zip code and I’ll look up your shipping price for you!

  4. 10-15

    I wish you had made some pear preserves. That’s my favorite thing that my Mom made when I was young. We had a couple pear trees in our backyard. I’m thinking hard about a purchase though.

  5. 10-15

    It sounds like you’re already using the regional rate boxes instead of the flat rate boxes, but if you’re not and want info I’d be happy to email it to you.

  6. 10-15

    Yes, the regional rate boxes–I have discovered them! That is the cheapest shipping.

  7. 10-15

    You kinda scared me with that fire sale thing!

  8. 10-16

    Have you considered opening an EBay seller account? This won’t be the last time you’re overstocked. Might as well be ready.

  9. 10-26

    OMG Suzanne !!! I recieved my package of “Fire Sale” goods today , just about knocked the postman down taking the box from his hands !! Ran to the kitchen , opened the box & grabbed out the Whiskey Raisin Applebutter….. Girlfriend……I had to slap myself to make myself stop before the jar was empty !! Wish I had ordered even more but I am very happy that I did get 2 jars , will defiantely use it sparingly , can’t wait till Sunday when I make a Pork Roast which I will happily slather it with Whiskey Raisin Applebutter !! Thanks so much & look forward to another “Fire Sale” soon I hope.

  10. 10-26

    Thank you! I’m glad you like it!

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