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Holiday Order Guide 2013
Mariposa Farms Goose - Locally Pasture raised, and fresh! $9.10/lb, approximately 6-8 lbs each.
Lyons Turkey Farm Turkeys - Locally raised, Growth Hormone and Antibiotic free. $4.85/lb, Sizes range from 13-26 lbs.
Mariposa Farms Duck - Locally Pasture raised, previously frozen. $6.50/lb
Seed to Sausage Smoked Hams - Growth Hormone and Antibiotic free pork, locally prepared and smoked at Seed to Sausage in Sharbot Lake, Ontario. $9.00/Lb
Prime Rib Roast of Beef - From Dan O'Brien Beef farms in Winchester, Ontario. Growth Hormone and Antibiotic free, Pasture raised and grain finished. $17.27/Lb
Tourtieres - Our own blend of locally raised beef and pastured Berkshire pork, seasoned with Allspice, Cumin, and Caraway, and thickened with Rye sourdough breadcrumb and rolled oats. Sold frozen, and cook from frozen for an easy Christmas eve. $25.00/pie, serves 4-6
Charcuterie Boards - By Pre-order only, we will create a charcuterie board for your Holiday party. Just let us know how many people, and any food allergies, and we will give you a few price options and create the plate for you. Board deposits are $40, returned to you once the board comes back. Please allow 5 days notice.
Holiday Breads - From Nat's Bread Company, 3 different choices available: Stollen, Cozonac, and Panettone. All $12.00/loaf, please order at least 1 week before pick up.
Also available for ordering: Cranberry Sauce, Sausage Stuffing, Turkey Gravy, Rumballs, Speculaas cookies, Butter Cookies, and anything else you could possibly want.
The Piggy Market will be closing for renovations in the New Year. Our doors will remain open right up until 6pm on December 31st when we will take a break for two months. We thank you for your patronage, and look forward to serving you even better in our new space.
The Piggy Market, Ottawa Artisan Delicatessen
and Craft Butchers
A place where food and community meet in old fashioned ways to remind us of the comforts of getting together over a meal, and creating the backdrop to fully understand and appreciate Canada's own hidden food culture. Read on >
As the season turns
Just about everything that comes out of our kitchen is seasonal, as it is grown or raised locally: from butcher cuts, deli meats, cheeses and pantry staples to a delicious range of prepared foods, and a colourful range of locally grown produce in the main growing months.
The Piggy Market strives to support a local food system, by getting to know and developing relationships with the area's farmers. You can find local foods in everything we create and sell.
Please keep in mind we do close the store on Statutory holidays, but you can always fill up on Thursday and Friday for your weekend getaways!
As always, for store updates, check our Twitter and blog feeds. You never know what the pig's getting into next!