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August 21, 2015
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Hi Folks,

 

Allison is really into smoking chickens (better smoking chickens than the other stuff). She is ready to smoke another batch that will be available for pick-up starting next Thursday, August 27th, at 3 pm. The price will be the usual; $25 for this free-ranged, hormone-free poultry delight. But if you act now, using promo code ZXY34534-2L, you will receive as part of this offer a pint of potato salad. But that’s not all! The first 50 callers will also receive an additional pint of our famous Jamaican Slaw. That’s right; each smoked chicken comes with a pint of potato salad AND a pint of Jamaican slaw. If you say “pretty Please” we will also include a slice of cornbread. Call (508-563-2560) or email (farm@coonamessett.net) NOW… or later. We have operators available around the cluck.

 

Is this chicken good? Let’s look at some of the reviews:

 

***** “The best smoke I have ever had” Ozzy Osbourne

***** “I love these chickens” Alicia Silverstone

** “These birds are prepared by aliens; Allison is one of them” Erich Anton Paul von Däniken

**** “This chicken is worth crossing the road for but don’t know why” Mort Smith

 

Someone asked me what free-ranging meant so I will give you an example. Sometimes we take the chickens out for the night. One night I took a chicken into a bar. It's about 5pm, but we were ready for a good night of drinking. The bartender said they didn’t serve poultry; that the chicken should try the place across the road. We said that was ok; we were there just for drinks. (An egg walked in to get a beer but I said the chicken was first.) We start off slowly, watching TV, drinking beer, eating peanuts. As the night goes on we moved to mixed drinks, and then shooters, one after the other. Finally, the bartender says: "Last call." So, I says, "One more for me... and one more for me chicken." The bartender sets them up and we shoot them back. Suddenly, the chicken falls over dead. I throw some money on the bar, put on my coat and start to leave. The bartender yells: "Hey buddy, you can't just leave that lyin' there." To which I replied: "That's not a lion, that's a chicken…and it’s smoked!" So now you know what free-ranging smoked chicken means. Next week I will explain hormones.

 

You can also place your order in person tonight at the Farm Dinner; it has a great menu:

 

http://www.coonamessettfarm.com/id47.html

 

Farmer Ron