Monday, February 28, 2011
Last night in Lower Merion HS a fundraiser was held featuring caterers, markets like Di Bruno Bros. and Whole Foods, and one Turkey Farm from Schuylkill County, PA - Koch's! Hundreds of people from the Philly suburb sampled food and drink while vendors exchanged business cards and samples. The evening would not have been a success without volunteers working the saample tables, like these two young ladies representing Koch's Turkey Farm - best in show if I do say so!
Thursday, February 24, 2011
The Whole Foods Market in Wynnewood, PA had it's 'Grand Re-opening' last night and the house was packed. Shoppers of all ages roamed the aisles, going from one sampling station to the next, filling their carts (and their mouths) with a variety of foods. I was situated in the meat department, right near the display of Cranberry Turkey Burgers.
Every 7 minutes another batch of the slightly sweet burgers came out of the skillet, steaming fresh from their searing time in a splash of canola oil. Every 7 minutes, another customer found a food they loved, a food combo that they had tasted before - Turkey and Cranberries. This was different, this was a burger and it was love at first bite.....just ask Tessa of Wynnewood. (see pic)
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
New turkey casseroles from Koch's Turkey Farm are coming soon! Coming in at 500 calories or less, the Turkey Dinner, Pot Pie, Chili and Pulled Turkey are sure to satisfy. Just microwave for 4 minutes and they are ready! Now who doesn't have 4 minutes for a good, hot meal? That gives you time to put a side salad together for a healthy feast - made possible by your friends at Koch's Turkey Farm!