[Bach] San Francisco Bay Area Red Savina Group Buy's Pick Up starts
Saturday, Sept. 18th - Notification 4
pierces at cruzio.com
Sun Sep 12 14:13:48 PDT 2004
Re-run for people who missed this notice on 9/9, 9/10 & 9/11.
May have photos of these chiles sometime this week.
> Re-run for people who missed this notice on 9/9 & 9/10.
> Note change: the wesite at http://www.allenlee.com/hotshop/ (aka Bay
> Area Red Savinas by Art Pierce <http://www.allenlee.com/hotshop/> ) is
> back in working order
>> -------- Original Message --------
>> Subject: Bay Area Red Savina Group Buy's Pick Up starts Saturday,
>> Sept. 18th
>> Date: Thu, 09 Sep 2004 15:41:23 -0700
>> From: Art Pierce <pierces at cruzio.com>
>> To: Chile-Heads-Digest <chile-heads-digest at globalgarden.com>
>> Hi Chile-Heads,
>> No, you haven't missed out on anything, this is the first notice.
>> I'll post it also on 9/10 => 9/17 to Chile-Heads-Digest to make sure
>> irregular readers have more of a chance to join in.
>> I'm fronting this with my own money for 300 lbs., first come, first
>> serve. If I don't sell at least 200 lbs. to recover my costs - the
>> rest goes to Grey Bears - I'm turning this group buy over a year
>> early to Scott and Allen in 2005 instead of in 2006 when I retire up
>> to Oroville, CA.
>> The orders will be available in 5-lb. boxes. at $15/box.
>> I will accommodate smaller orders on weekends only. You'll have to
>> call Grey Bears to see if they'll sell less than 5-lb. increments
>> during the week.
>> The website at Bay Area Red Savinas by Art Pierce
>> <http://www.allenlee.com/hotshop/> is not working correctly right
>> now, so just bring cash or a check made out to Art Pierce
>> to Grey Bears and pick up your red savinas.
>> Grey Bears
>> 2710 Chanticleer Ave
>> Santa Cruz, CA
>> Location Map:
>> The chiles will be ready to be picked up 10 AM =>3 PM Saturday &
>> Sunday, 9/18-19,
>> 8:30 AM => 3:30 PM Monday through Friday, 9/20 => 9/24
>> and again 10 AM =>3 PM Saturday & Sunday, 9/25 => 26.
>> Discolor disclaimer:
>> The red savinas authorized by Frank & Mary Garcia of GNS Spices are
>> grown by CJJ Farming out of Santa Maria, CA and are grown in
>> Bakersfield, which is hotter than the just inland areas where we've
>> been getting them from in the past - usually a warmer night time soil
>> temperature increases capsaicin percent. Sal Barajas of CJJ says
>> there is some visual discoloration on some of the chiles from the
>> cucumber mosaic virus, but only the appearance may be affected on
>> some of the chiles, not the flavor or heat.
>> Art Pierce
>> 714 Almond Drive
>> Watsonville, CA
>> 1.831.724.7204 (h)
>> 1.831.840.3537 (c)
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