Menu for the Week of November 11, 2013 — OH SNAP!!!

Menu for the Week of November 11, 2013 — OH SNAP!!!
Hey Atlanta,
Join your community, along with Community Farmers Markets  and  Wholesome Wave Georgia, for one week by taking the SNAP Challenge. This challenge aims to experience the day-to-day life of families on food assistance and raise awareness of food insecurity issues by living on the amount of money equivalent to what would be provided through the SNAP program, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program formerly known as Food Stamps.

Held November 10th – 16th, you may spend $1.62 per meal, $4.85 a day, or $33.98 for a week. Expand your challenge when you chose to use your “benefits” at a CFM Market or one of Wholesome Wave Georgia’s 21 partner markets and you may double the budgeted amount to $3.24 per meal, $9.70 a day, or  $67.96 for a week.

You can further your experience by choosing to give! Throughout the week we will be asking for donations of $4.85, $33.98, or $135.90, or $1,630.80 which would match SNAP benefits at market for one day, week, month, or year.

Stay Hungry!

Fresh (Linked)

  • Sweet Hot Italian
  • English Breakfast
  • Lamb Merguez
  • Rabbit Boursin
  • Salchicha del Diablo
  • Black Cherry and Pork
  • Toulouse
  • Chicken Currywurst

Primal Cuts / Prepared Items

  • These items are available only at the retail shop!
  • Dry-Aged Ribeyes (Brasstown and Meyer)
  • NY Strip (Brasstown) Also have a Smoked NY Strip ** NEW
  • Hanger Steaks (Brasstown)
  • Center Cut Pork Chops (Brasstown)
  • Quail (Manchester Farms)
  • Whole Rabbits (Rabbit Man Farms)
  • Creole Smoked Whole Chickens
  • Magret Moulard Duck Breasts (Hudson Valley)
  • Gullah Ham
  • Leaf Lard (Perfect for making biscuits!)


  • Chicken Liver with Arkansas Black Apple & Ginger Aspic
  • Rabbit Liver with Spicy Mayhaw Aspic
  • Pork Rillettes with Herb Butter

Whole Muscle or Cured

  • Prosciutto (10 month & 12 month) – (New Retail Item!)
  • Smoked Guanciale
  • Pancetta (Calabrian Chili)
  • Pancetta w/ Three Herbs
  • Duck Prosciutto
  • Lomo
  • Bresaola
  • Coppa


  • Beef Burgundy with Wild Mushroom


  • Spanish Chorizo
  • Pepperoni
  • Hunter Salami
  • Fegatelli Snack Sticks
  • Petit Sec Snack Sticks
  • Genoa
  • Finochionna
  • Black Pepper Sorghum  
  • Rosette de Lyon  
  • Saucisson a L’ail
  • Lamb XUONG (NEW ITEM) 
  • Salami Cotto  


  • Hot Dogs
    • All Beef
    • Pork & Beef
  • Veal Bologna
  • Mortadella
  • Gullah Hams
  • Andouille
  • Bacon
    • “The Original” — Sorghum and Cracked Black Pepper
  • Tasso


  • Bacon and Roasted Mushroom
  • Pork Belly Wrapped Fig with Pistachio

Why Not?

  • Chicharrones
  • High Road Craft Ice Cream “Frozen Trotter” Pints
  • Femur Cut Marrow Bones
  • Duck Fat
  • Stocks, Ox Tails, and Trotters, Oh My! (you never know what we have in stock…)


  • Sweet Southern
  • Peppered Umami

Cheese Course

  • Stackhouse (Spinning Spider)
  • Fortsonia Lmtd Run.  (Nature’s Harmony)
  • Ardi Gasna (Pyrenees Mountains)
  • Bayley Hazen Blue (Jasper Hill Farm)
  • Big Bloomy (Caly Rd.)
  • Georgia Gold (Nature’s Harmony)
  • Hunkadora (Prodigal Farm)
  • Rocky Battle Blue (Sequatchie Cove)
  • Cumberland (Sequatchie Cove)
  • Dancing Fern (Sequatchie Cove)
  • Bloomsbury (Caramont Farm)


  • Assorted baguettes, pretzel bread, and hot dog buns from H&F Bakery


  • TRU Bee Honey (Franklin, TN)
  • Rancho Gordo Beans
    • Borlotti
    • Yellow Eye
    • Good Mother Stallard
    • Goat Eye


  • The Spotted Trotter Artisan T-Shirts (3 styles)
  • Reusable The Spotted Trotter Grocery Bags (only $3 each!)
  • Meat Bucks (Gift Certificates!)
  • MEATPAPER Quarterly Periodical
  • Flavors Magazine
  • Assorted On-Topic Hardcover Books (miscellaneous authors)
  • Bacon-Themed Accoutrements (assorted)

One comment

  1. What a lovely surprise to find you guys! Regina(my other half)& I are total foodies who make everything from scratch & bake yeast breads. Organic gardeners as well, and we raise herbs. We have been down in Hogansville, Ga since June this year from West Reading, PA & need to restore our “supply chain”. Unfortunately we are on a low budget at this time, but you are definately a first stop ASAP. Please let me know when butchering classes begin as I would like to improve my modest knife skills.

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