Ribs can most certainly be enjoyed any time of the year, but they seem to be synonymous with barbeque season. Whether you enjoy them finger-licking, dry, sweet or spicy, ribs can be prepared in many ways. So just choose a method of cooking and dig in.
If experimenting with different recipes isn’t what you had in mind, then head over to the Fifth Annual Rotary Ribfest, July 18th until 20th at the Orangeville Alder Recreational Centre. Bring your appetite and vote for your favourite “Ribber”.
I like using my Emile Henry baking dish to slow bake my ribs. This month we are offering a 20% savings on all Emile Henry Roasting dishes. Many colours and sizes are available, starting at $39.99 regular price.
Get with the latest trend: spiralizing. Spiralize your veggies and toss with our light Citrus Ginger dressing recipe and you have a lovely side to your ribs.
Sigrid and Staff
July Sales and Events
Founders Day, Saturday July 5th - Up to 50% off side walk sale We have cash and carry as well as end of line clearance at 50% off
Emile Henry roasting dishes 20% off
Orangeville Farmers' Market Saturday at 8:00am to 1:00pm
Join the latest trend: everyone is spiralizing now.
Raw and paleo food diets are becoming more and more popular so folks are looking for ways to make those zucchini or carrots look more appetizing.
Simply spiralize your veggies and toss with our light Citrus Ginger dressing recipe and you have a lovely side to your ribs. Introducing the new GEFU spiral slicer:
Available in two sizes:
$33.00 or $55.00
Citrus Ginger Dressing
2 oz non fat plain yogurt
4 oz orange juice
2 tbsp lemon juice
1 tbsp vegetable oil
1 tsp minced garlic
1 tsp ground ginger
1 tsp honey
1 tsp ground pepper
Dash of salt to taste
Whisk all ingredients in a bowl or shake in your preferred dressing bottle and drizzle on your favourite spiralized vegetables. Enjoy!
Toys for the Kitchen
Pepe Chili Cutter by Ad Hoc
As featured in this month’s edition of Chatelaine magazine, the Pepe Chili Cutter is specially designed to cut dried herbs and spices with a stainless steel blade to enhance each herb’s individual taste and aroma.
Grind up something wonderful for a tasty addition to your cooking.
Month of July special $25.00
Casa Blanca Mortar and Pestle by Trudeau
The most under used but overly useful tool in the kitchen is the mortar and pestle. Use it to crush mixed spices to make pastes and rubs for many dishes including ribs! We’ve become used to the freeze dried ground blends available in the store, but there’s something just so virtuous in saying "I made this from scratch!"
The Casa Blanca two-toned stoneware, has a pestle that is designed to match the mortar perfectly for an easy and efficient crushing action
Rib Rub by Fire in the Kitchen
Locally made spice blends from Fire in the Kitchen Spice Co. are tested until perfect. The Rib Rub is a sweet/spicy seasoning that is perfect for ribs, pork and chicken.
The small batch creations are MSG and gluten free and half the sodium of comparable spice blends.
Summer Night Fragrance by Lampe Berger
Keep the mosquitoes at bay sophisticatedly by using your Lampe Berger outdoors.
Summer Night fragrance is an effective long-lasting insecticidal formula designed to make outdoor living more enjoyable.
Simple Rib Sauce
1/4 cup Brown Sugar
1/4 cup Ketchup
1 clove minced Garlic
2 tbsp. red Wine vinegar
1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
1 tbsp. Dijon mustard
1/2 tsp. each salt, pepper and paprika
Blend all ingredients together. Slather sauce onto ribs 20 minutes before done. Multiply the recipe by two or four then store remainder in a glass jar by Trudeau.
Did you know?
Spare ribs are bigger, tougher and meatier than baby backs. The ribs are cut from the belly of the pig—where bacon comes from. Because they’re so meaty, it takes longer to cook the ribs to the point that the tough and fatty meat breaks down to fall-apart tender.
Baby back ribs aka back ribs are cut from the loin section—the place where pork chops come from. Back ribs are smaller, less fatty, and naturally more tender than spare ribs, which also means they take less time to cook. They’re the most popular rib, partly because they’re neat, compact and easy to eat.
Here's how: head over to the www.downtownorangeville.ca web site, click on the coupons on the right, subscribe to their e-newsletter so you can find out what's happening in your town and they'll provide you a link to a coupon for $10. All you have to do is spend $44 in our store and you'll get $10 off - that's a 22% discount. You can use the coupon at a variety of downtown stores and we'd be extra happy if you shopped at From the Kitchen to the Table, see you soon.
From the Kitchen to the Table
Orangeville, Ontario, Canada L9W 1K2
July Store Hours
Monday to Thursday 10 am until 5:30 pm Friday 10 am until 7 pm
Saturday 10 am until 5 pm
Sunday 11 am until 4 pm
All sale items available while quantities last.
Price reductions based on regular list prices.