Father’s Day Gifts, Sunday Happy Hour, and Growler Special!

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Weekly Updates and Specials.
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With the threat of more flooding thankfully behind us (for now, at least), we can look forward to the weekend!  Come take advantage of our ever-popular deal on craft beer growler fills, and grab that Father’s Day gift for the local-loving dad in your life.  Not exactly sure what to get him? Grab an in.gredients gift card and let him have the fun!

This Week’s Deals

$2 Off Growler Fills
$10 Craft Beer, $15 Premium Beer

Hopper Crunch Paleo Granola

$7.99 (Save $2.00) Mediterranean Cucumbers

$1.99/lb (Save $0.80/lb)

Father’s Day Happy Hour

Sunday, 12pm-4pm

Special Events

Geeks Who Drink “Quiz For a Cause”

Thurs, June 18th, 7pm

This week’s quiz benefits the Boys and Girls Club of the Austin Area.  Come play, win prizes, and do good.

Austin Zero Food Waste Forum

Fri, June 19th, 8am-4pm

Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol

We’re honored to be among the panel of experts discussing food waste prevention at this week’s Zero Food Waste Forum.  Registration is still open, plus walk-ups are welcome.  See you at the Sheraton!

Friday Night Porch Session with Juliette Buck

Friday, June 19th 7-9pm
Back for her first Porch Session in a while, this talented lady always puts on a great show. More info here.

Father’s Day Happy Hour with Real Ale Brewing

Sunday, June 21st 12-4pm
Looking for a nice way to celebrate Dad this weekend? Bring him by the shop for a Real Ale happy hour with a special cheese plate pairing. 

Fri, July 3rd: First Friday Block Party

Sat, July 4th: CLOSED

Weekly Recipe

Simple Fridge Pickles

Adapted from Kate Payne’s “Fridge Pickles 101


Serves: 4-5

  • 1 Qt Glass Jar
  • Veggies*
  • Coriander
  • Peppercorns
  • Garlic, Fresh
  • Fennel
  • Cloves
  • Cumin
  • 1 cu Vinegar
  • 1 c. Filtered Water
  • 1 tbs Salt
*Try Onion, Cucumber, Zuchini, Carrots, Jalapenos, Beets, etc*


  1. Wash & cut your veggies and pack tightly into your jar
  2. Add your favorite spices, fresh or dried
  3. Prepare a brine by combining vinegar, filtered water and salt in a medium saucepan. Bring to a boil. Add sugar if you prefer a sweet pickle.
  4. Pour the brine over your veggies to cover and cap the lid.
  5. Place your jar in the back of the fridge for about a week before enjoying!

Vendor Spotlight

Kuhdoo Soaps

“We love what we do and don’t ever want to quit Kuhdoo’n it!” 

Kuhdoo Soap Co., pronounced Kuh-doo, comes from the spirit of a “we can do(o) it” attitude. A true family affair, the Mangums eat, breathe, and live soap (yes, their little one has actually eaten the soap).  This beautiful family hopes you love their soap as much as they love making it for you.  Be sure to check out some of their newest products, like candles, laundry soap, body butter, and a staff favorite, “Trail Boss” soap (smells like the Green Belt!).  
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Written by BigOlQuinn

June 17, 2015 at 11:05 am

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