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HeathGlen Farm Featured Product: Harissa Sauce

Via an August 5 e-newsletter from HeathGlen Farm & Kitchen:
Raise your hand if you know what Harissa is. Good for you lucky folks!  And for those of you with your hands down you are in for a treat. HeathGlen Farm & Kitchen is very proud of its Harissa Sauce, a finalist in last year’s Good Foods Awards in San Francisco which recognizes authentic and responsibly produced foods (cross your fingers for our entries in this year’s competition).

Harissa is a burst of excitement in your mouth. HeathGlen Farm blends seven different peppers in its recipe along with a palette of spices, heirloom tomatoes and more. This sauce is traditionally served with couscous, but is also delicious with any grilled meat, as a dip for roasted veggies or as a topping on eggs.  Great as a sandwich spread! See below for 3 fabulous egg recipes you can easily make at home with harissa as a special ingredient.

Come to our markets to get your Harissa Sauce or buy it online on our website

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Editor's note - You can't go wrong trying any product from HeathGlen.  Dorothy is an award-winning master of jellies, jams, syrups and sauces.

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