The Corner Chronicle
Chimacum, Washington, Tuesday February 28, 2017

Archive for the ‘C – Producers’ Category

Jim Queen — Sequim’s “King” of Caramel
February 11th, 2014 by katyandcracker

It’s February. And we’re biting into the dark, salty, (yet sweet) story behind Jim Queen’s “Chocolate Serenade” confections. (Don’t tell us you’re not interested — we know how much you devour, that you prefer dark chocolate over milk, and that given a choice you say “YES” to salt).

Jim’s love affair with caramel began in childhood (Sugar Daddies on a stick) and grew from there. He first began making his own caramel

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David Pearlstein and Link Lab Artisan Meats
June 20th, 2013 by katyandcracker
photo of David Pearlstein and Link Lab Artisan Meats logo

John Foss, meat manager of Chimacum Corner Farmstand is proud of his meat selection. From bison to rabbit, wild boar to Center Valley grass-fed beef, John has developed an outstanding selection of healthy and humanely raised meats that has made our Farmstand the place for Jefferson County meat lovers to shop. Although he tries to stay impartial, when pressed, John admits his personal favorite are the Link Lab sausages and bacon made by Seattle’s David Pearlstein. Judging from the amount of Link Lab meats flying off our shelves, many of you concur.

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Doyle Yancey – Nurseryman, Woodworker, Steward
September 28th, 2011 by katyandcracker

By Phil Vogelzang

Jefferson County is known for a lot of things. And one of them is trees.  Lots of them.  The County has a long history in the business of forestry.  Some of the earliest European settlers here made their living harvesting the strong and reliable lumber from our towering douglas firs, hemlocks and cedars.

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Bear & Nancy Bishop’s Alpenfire Cider & Vinegar
August 30th, 2011 by katyandcracker
photo of Nancy and Bear smiling in their orchard

By Phil Vogelzang

Steve “Bear” Bishop is used to fights. But not just any fights.  Bear fights fires professionally, which he has done all over the Northwest since 1976.  He’s a focused and determined individual who clearly knows how to get things done.  One look at his and wife Nancy’s “Alpenfire” organic cidery on Cape George near Discovery Bay and it’s clear.  With rows and rows of perfectly pruned, trellised, and drip irrigated cider apple trees in the backyard of their home and newly finished tasting room,

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David and Julie McCulloch of Elevated Ice Cream
July 31st, 2011 by katyandcracker
photo of Julie and David outside Elevated Ice Cream

by Phil Vogelzang

David and Julie McCulloch of Elevated Ice Cream company first moved to Jefferson County in 1976. They chose Pt. Townsend because of David’s passion for wooden boat building and Julie’s love of the open rural nature of the area. Looking for ways to make a living, they decided to try selling ice cream out of an old elevator cage that was on a downtown courtyard.

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“Forager” Heidi Scores “Dinah’s Cheese” for Corner
June 30th, 2011 by katyandcracker

You need to jump on this one as many people (and some dogs) have their eyes on these 10 rounds of cheese being delivered to the Corner on July 2nd.  Heidi Eisenhour, Chimacum Corner Farmstand forager extraordinaire, has pulled another veritable rabbit out of the hat this year to bring us one of the most highly sought after and talked about cheeses in Western Washington. Dinah’s cheese, a soft cow’s milk camembert-style cheese of remarkable flavor. And unavailable anywhere in Jefferson County – until now.

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Mugs, T-shirts, Nesting Boxes and more!
June 30th, 2011 by katyandcracker

In anticipation of our Interdependence Day Party (a grand opening of sorts for us), we are rolling out a new line of non-food items, starting with these darling cups made for us by Todd Stephens of Millbrook Clayworks in Port Hadlock. Just imagine this 7oz cup filled with some strong fresh-brewed coffee from either Better Living Through Coffee or Sunrise Coffee?  Perhaps one of Anca’s red velvet cupcakes on the side? The opposite side of the cup has imprinted “chimacum,wa”.  Now doesn’t that solve most all of your gift dilemmas?

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Fish Fridays: Cape Cleare Grilled Salmon!
June 29th, 2011 by katyandcracker

Post #18 by Katy McCoy

Remember old school lunches — fish sticks every Friday? Well now you can eat sustainable harvested, line caught, grilled wild Alaska Salmon every Friday at the Corner!  Cape Cleare will be setting up their prized cart outside the store and serving their tasty goods between 11 and 6…. so you could even eat lunch and dinner!

THE MENU INCLUDES :

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Dented Buoy Fires up Pizza Oven Every Tuesday!
June 28th, 2011 by katyandcracker

Post #17 by Katy McCoy

Oh boy… one can now devour a Dented Buoy Pizza every single Tuesday at the Corner between noon and 4pm! The oven (traditional in every way except that it is made out of a recycled mooring buoy….) will be piping hot and ready to cook you sensational thin crust wood-fired pizzas, made from scratch, using the finest local seasonal ingredients.  

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SpringRain Farm Organic Chicken Now Sold HERE
March 29th, 2011 by katyandcracker

And it’s SPECIAL!

It costs more than a commercially raised chicken, but a SpringRain Farm organic pasture-raised chicken is truly a deal when you think about the many guilt-free-amazing-tasting meals one can eat off one chicken, and when you compare the “per pound” price against other meats.

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