Freshly Squeezed Bites, Issue 4
November 6, 2021
Oh hey, fancy seeing you here! Welcome to the 4th Issue of Freshly Squeezed Bites. We love jumpstarting your month with fresh, feel-good content and reasons to enjoy the seasons. It might be time to break out the winter gear soon, but for now, just kick back & warm your soul with Freshly Squeezed Bites.
We've procured some sweet ideas to get you through this nostalgic time of year. Seasonal activities are a great way to get your heart rate up, keep warm and have some FUN. If local ice rinks or ski slopes aren't open yet, how about a walk around the market? You'll surely experience awesome sights and smells (and heck, you might even find the perfect holiday gift). For a quick re-fuel during your stroll, toss a bag of Torie & Howard Hard Candies in your tote! And if crowds aren't your thing, no worries; try journaling near the fireplace or your fav window. Journaling is known for being relaxing AND increasing emotional well-being, so it's truly a win-win.
Let's not forget about late fall/early winter produce! Comfort food is a must this time of year, so consider the following fruits & veggies when crafting meal ideas: Brussels sprouts, carrots, potatoes, onions, turnips, parsnips, avocados, apples, bananas and more! These flavorful foods feel even more fulfilling when sourced from friendly hometown farmers. Wherever the season takes you, power up with better-for-you Organic Candies from Torie & Howard!
Relax with Hot Tea and Torie & Howard
Torie & Howard Hard Candies give a boost of flavor to any hot beverage! Mix and match your favorite fruit hard candy flavors with seasonal sips and let your taste buds unwind.
Composting During the Chilly Months
Did you know? Composts are great for the environment and can be maintained (or even started) during wintertime. They benefit the environment by recycling organic resources, reducing landfill waste, and adding nutrients back to soil. When your seasonal produce gets overripe, save it for the compost pile instead of the trash bin! Learn more about starting or maintaining your winter compost.