High Desert Farms ~ Delight Gourmet Foods ~ Since 1979

Canning and packaging organic and all natural foods from our kitchen to your home Since 1979!
By: Patty Rasmussen
 
 
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* Food
* Gourmet
* Canning
* Sauce
* Salsa
* Mustard
* Jelly
* Feta
* Butters
* Condiments

Industrys:
* Food
* Gourmet
* Natural

Location:
* Mayer - Arizona - US

Jan. 24, 2010 - PRLog -- A place to find some of our Mom's or Grandma's favorite home canning recipes. We (Dave & Patty) have always enjoyed good food and were fortunate to have Mothers (Helen & Lorraine) who liked to preserve their garden vegetables into delectable recipes. Using their expertise we decided to carry on the tradition.

Get a FREE paperback Habanero Cookbook with each order: Value $15.95 Best kept secret is the delicious spicy and fruity flavor of the habanero chili!

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It all began in 1979 with a High Desert Farms family recipe for salsa and sauces. Today, Hopi Corn Salsa is still a favorite.

Our salsa and sauces are made by slowly cooking tomatoes and vegtables together until a smooth consistency is achieved.

The end result has spoken for itself for more than 30 years

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We have been bringing you the goodness of our gourmet jams. With our varieties – from the Red Raspberry to the Strawberry/Rhubarb – we've got a flavor for just about everyone.

Apple Butter is still a favorite. Our Fruit Butters are made by slowly cooking fruit and apples together until a smooth, thick "butter-like" consistency is achieved.

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Replace that boring old yellow stuff with a "On Everything Honey Muatard!" South West Style On Everything Mustard is a mouth watering blend chock-full of all natural ingredients. Adds excitement to hamburgers, hot dogs and pretzels...or anywhere else you use regular mustard on.

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Best kept secret is the delicious smokey, spicy and sweet flavor of the jalapeno slices!

Are you a fan of pickled jalapeno peppers? If so, The Smokey Mesquite Sweet Jalapeno slices is a terrific middle-of-the-road version. It's not mild, but it won't take your head off, either!

Top nacho slices (as featured), add to burritos, dishes, salads, sandwiches, snack or add to pureed tomatillos to make a green salsa with a little kick.

The possibilities go beyond Mexican cuisine as well!

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We are now canning for you in 12 oz jars feta cheese.

Canola oil with spices.

1. Feta Cheese - sprigs fresh rosemary - special blend 9 spices
2. Feta Cheese - sprigs fresh thyme - special blend 9 spices
3. Feta Cheese - sprigs fresh dill - special blend 9 spices
4. Feta Cheese - sliced jalapenos - special blend 9 spices
5. Feta Cheese - roasted garlic - special blend 9 spices

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We specializes in honey from the Sonoran Desert, a vast expanse that extends from northern Mexico into central Arizona. Its unique ecosystem is known for stately saguaros and other cacti. Bees in the Sonoran Desert gather nectar from mesquite trees, ironwood trees, catclaw and a variety of wildflowers and produce a light, bright, distinctively flavored honey. It goes well in tea, on nuts, on toast, in sauces and marinades, in baked goods and any food that may be complemented by the addition of sweetness.

Sonoran Desert Honey is available in a variety of sizes and can be shipped throughout the U.S.

http://www.highdesertfarms.net/
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Tags:Food, Gourmet, Canning, Sauce, Salsa, Mustard, Jelly, Feta, Butters, Condiments
Industry:Food, Gourmet, Natural
Location:Mayer - Arizona - United States
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