Time for another round in our area by Zaycon Foods, have you tried them yet?
They were in town in November and I hit them up for 40 pounds of $1.49 whole chicken breasts and let me tell you, I was shocked, surprised and SUPER happy with my decision to give them a try. The boneless skinless chicken breasts are 100% natural and come from local southern and midwest states; they are cleaned up and placed in several unsealed bags, which once reaching 40# they are placed in one gigantic sealed bag and loaded up in super heavy duty cardboard boxes. The Zaycon team is so efficient, you don’t even have to get out of you car or truck to pick up your purchases, they walk up with your order, put it where you ask and off you go to seal seal seal. I shared the cost of the chicken with my Mom, so the $59 price tag wasn’t too killer with someone to go in half. This year the chicken is $1.69/lb but it is SO worth the price!
Zaycon is coming to my neck of the woods again on my birthday! This time I want to try out the hickory smoked bacon, 30 pounds at $2.97/lb. So, $89 sounds like alot of money, especially for one product, but for great quality bacon that you would need to know your butcher to even get close to the quality and price, this is another great deal. I am looking for somebody to go in 1/2 or even 1/4 with me [e-mail me if interested], there is NO WAY I will allow my family to consume the full 30 pounds of bacon ourselves. Hah!
Check out Zaycon Foods here. I bet there is an event close to you, they are expanding their reach as the word gets out about their products.
Thursday, January 19, 2012 [Orders must be placed by 1/14/12]
Various locations in the Houston and surrounding area [click here to find an event near you]
This weekend Urban Harvest is hosting their annual fruit tree sale at my Alma Mater, University of Houston [One of the two schools in the nation to win 13 games this season, Go Coogs!] in Robertson Stadium. They will be selling many varieties of fruit trees including pear, fig, avocado, dragon fruit and many more. Funds raised from the sales will be used in future Urban Harvest programs like classes on planting, feeding and pruning fruit trees, and supplying food kitchens with fresh produce. I suggest getting there early for the best selection, if it is anything like the orchid and plumeria shows my parents frequent, it is possible to be a crazy fun time!
Urban Harvest Annual Fruit Tree Sale
Saturday, January 14, 2012
9am – 1pm [or until sold out]
University of Houston, Robertson Stadium