Tri-Cities, WA: Local Fresh Asparagus!!

 

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Oh how I just love love love fresh Asparagus. Sauteed, steamed, battered & fried, or pickled…mmmm..there is just no wrong way to cook it. Well, one of Fistful of Coupons readers grows about 175 acres of it just outside of Pasco and wants to let you all know about her red produce stand and her sweet deal! They just opened up the stand TODAY 4/1! The season usually lasts from now to beginning of June.

They sell approx.  20 lb. boxes for $20!
$1 per pound is such an amazing deal!

Note: If someone is only wanting a pound or two they will pay more per lb, so if you want the $1 per pound you need to buy it in 20 lb boxes.  Sometimes people want to share a box which works fine too as long as the whole box is purchased you get it for $1 a pound!

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To get there: 
First off I want to mention that they take CASH ONLY.  They run the stand from Monday – Saturdays, time varies. For same day pickup please call and place your order before 10am for availability otherwise call the night before.  And if you want a big order of 3+ boxes you will definately want to call the night before. 

Call: Laura Middleton: 521-9935.

Directions from Tri-Cities area: Take Interstate 182 East towards Burbank/Walla Walla. Take the Kahlotus exit head right and stay on this for about a mile up the hill, on your right will be a red and white produce stand

Also you can visit their website www.middletonsixsonsfarms.com where you can find some yummy asparagus recipes + nutritional facts.

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Tri-Cities, WA: Local Fresh Asparagus!! was last modified: April 1st, 2010 by Karrie

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  1. I LOVE local, I love asparagus, and I love a good deal!

  2. Thanks Karrie! We love asparagus too. I will have to clear some room in my freezer now.

  3. YUM!! hey just a quick question for you Kerrie. have you heard of bountifulbaskets.org? What do we need to do to get that in our area? (tri cities)

  4. So is that roughly equivalent to 20 “bunches” that you’d buy at the store? We love asparagus!

    I’ve never had the texture of asparagus be the same after freezing – is there a trick to it? (I just froze it raw in those zip-n-steam bags and then cooked in the microwave).

  5. not anything related to asparagus, but at walgreens a ton of the johnsons baby products are clearanced on end caps for 2.24… use a 1.00 off johnsons copun and they r super cheap1 plus for every two johnsons products you buy you get a RR for 3 off any photo order : ) sweet!

  6. Too bad I am in Spokane!

  7. If you go to our website http://www.middletonsixsonsfarms.com you will find recipes, nutritional facts, kids recipes etc. all about asparagus! Our asparagus season will go from now until about the 2nd week of June! We do have a purple variety that will be available soon for the same price that some people think has an even sweeter taste than the green. When it’s ready it will only be in production about 30 days this year then full production next year. To the gal who lives in Spokane if you could get a bunch of people that wanted asparagus you guys could make it worth the drive down here to pick it up! 🙂

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