Local Food; Find healthy organic food, markets, restaurants, and farms.
BUY LOCAL….Farms, u-pick, Cafe, markets, Restaurants in Sandpoint, The Local Harvest and an FB page Local Food Sandpoint, brings the products of family farmers home to you. October Harvest Fest. Every Saturday and Wednesday in the Summer pick up fresh locally grown produce for your dinner. Plant your garden with all the wonderful plant starts from the market. Sandpoint Farmers Market, Shingle Mill Blueberry Farm, TAUBER ANGUS FARMS, Riley Creek Blueberry Farm
For when you can not find things local or for a price you can afford to eat healthily and not support processed foods, Full Circle. Fresh. Local. Organic foods, Delivered. AZURE Standard of Healthy Living. Some Organics and much more at Brandless
“gini’s list” all-time dining favorites of mine Di Luna’s Café is one of the finest restaurants in Sandpoint, offering a blend of regional cuisines from around the world featuring fresh and locally produced ingredients. Located in one of the most beautiful towns in the Northwest. Italian restaurants, Arlos Ristorante, Ivano’s.
BEST FAST FOOD in town Winterridge Natural Foods Mkt, Idaho’s largest natural foods market, providing finest quality fresh, natural, organic and whole food, deli selections, supplements.
Fun casual dining, with music Echarts Pub n Grill Facebook page, only shuffleboard in town.” with your own pepper mill for each table” Behind Echarts food to go from “Secret Thai“, across the street “sorta”, try Idaho Pour Authority, wonderful people.
Evans Brother Coffee, comfortable place to hang with your laptop and enjoy a great cup of coffee.
*WILD SALMON CO-OP*
PRESENTING: “The good stuff” since 2002
WILD ALASKAN SOCKEYE SALMON
***** WE OFFER THIS PREMIUM HEALTH FOOD: MSC CERTIFIED FROM A SUSTAINABLE FISHERY @ fisherman to market prices•
Chris White, fishing for 40 years, has flash-frozen, glazed, vacuum-packed, boneless and ready to cook:
√- Wild sockeye fillets and portions
FACT: Flash-frozen fish is as excellent as one-day fresh fish—and will last all year!
Thank you for your patience! It is a long way from the pristine Bristol Bay waters to our village.
THE WHY AND THE WHAT
Wild salmon is my passion because of its taste and health benefits. My intention is to help educate and make this amazing food available to more people at the lowest possible prices. The salmon come from the only all-refrigerated, all-bled fleet in Bristol Bay and captained by fishermen who share the vision of the highest attainable quality. There are five species of wild salmon that return to Alaska from the cold North Pacific Ocean each year. Along with King (Chinook) salmon, Sockeye (Red) are the best tasting salmon. It is the true Prince.
˚ Thanks to the extraordinary cooperative efforts of Alaskan F&G
management and fishermen in maintaining a fully sustainable fishery, 2017, with over 56 million fish returning, was the 4th largest run on record.
For clarity, my son Taran, and Kara, own Thunder’s Catch here in Sandpoint. We all fish in Bristol Bay. They specialize in smoked fish, jerky, salmon burgers, dog treats and an excellent spread. We operate in cooperation, not competition, with each other, thus Wild Salmon Co-op fillets and portions will always be at a lower price..
- A new vac-pac process should improve the portion packaging.
- I will be away in October. Simply grab salmon before then or wait for my return and contact me—we will set-up a convenient rendezvous. I expect to have fish for you through winter.
√√–There is a 10/lb. minimum total order size. Salmon fillets vary from 1–2/lbs; portions are 6–7oz, a common serving size. (save enough for mayo/tarragon lunch spread).
√√–I can’t honor small fillets requests. Sorting them leaves an unbalance for the majority who want a mix of sizes. What I can do is not give you any large fillets in the 2/lb range.
√√–There is no need to pre-order, EXCEPT for the Cd’A, Post Falls and Spokane folks (see below).
PRICES: (sorry, cash or check only)
**Salmon is a yo-yo commodity. Poor salmon catches in other areas of the world, like Russia and Canada, has again resulted in Bristol Bay producing the majority of sockeye salmon. World demand is high.
√√- Sockeye fillets are $10.00 lb (+ ID tax)
√√- Sockeye portions are $10.75 lb (+ ID tax)
√√–SAVE $: Coordinate with friends and neighbors and buy 50/lbs of fillets at a whack for $9.75 lb. Portions are $10.50 lb. I will separate into halves or thirds, but ONE payment, please.
√-I guarantee our quality and will replace any salmon not meeting your approval.
√√-NOTE: Change in past schedules. My intent is to get salmon to you ASAP.
Again, I expect to have product through winter. Call/email to arrange a rendezvous or in-town delivery
SANDPOINT: The initial distribution will include three days at 448 S. Ella (NW corner of Ella and Erie—a few blocks from the Festival site) on:
√-Tuesday, September 12, 2:00—6:00pm
√-Wednesday, September 13, 2:00—6:00pm
√-Thursday, September 14, 2:00–5:00pm
- Bonners Ferrydelivery will be at the city parking lot:
√- Sunday, September 17, 12:00—3:00
I will only bring the orders you request to Cd’A, LL, and Spo. I will confirm your order via email.
- Cd’A, Liberty Lake and Spokanedelivery on Friday, September 15.
√–Cd’A (Skate Plaza parking lot, 95 & Dalton) 8:30—9:30
√–Liberty Lake, on Pepper Tree Ln (next to Conoco gas station & Best Western (Orchard exit) 10:00—10:30
√-Spokane: Thor exit, Fred Meyer parking lot, northeast (I-90 side) @ 11:00—12.00.
Let me know any questions you may have:
Thanks to each of you for your interest in wild, sustainable seafood.