Saturday, September 15, 2012

100-Mile Baby Food

Auntie Kay’s Organic Kitchen
100-Mile Baby Food

Fresh, Local, Organic
Delivered to your door

Baby’s First Tastes
Rice, apple, sweet potato, oatmeal, pear.  $10 + $1.50 deposit
Includes food introduction guide.

Baby’s Breakfast
Oatmeal, apple, peach, pear. 
$8 + $1.50 deposit

Second Stage
First tastes PLUS green beans, carrot, chard, cauliflower, melon.  $12 + $1.50 deposit

Great Grains
Rice, Oatmeal.  $5 + $1.50 deposit

All packages contain 10 1-oz cubes of freshly prepared food that can be stored in your fridge or put in the freezer for later.
(416) 691-3228
AuntieKaysKitchen (at)

Friday, September 14, 2012

Delivery boundaries

We deliver in Toronto's Leslieville, Riverdale, and Beach neighbourhoods only.

North to O'Connor;
West to Broadview;
East to Victoria Park;
South to the Lake.

We limit our delivery area so we can fulfill orders on our environmentally friendly bikes.  We are not yet set up for credit card payment, so payment is by cash, Paypal, or personal cheque (for orders larger than $50), and is due on delivery.

Call if you have an alternate pickup request.

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Custom and Freezer Orders

Email or call us to discuss custom orders, or orders for your freezer.  Get a month's worth of organic, local baby food and skip the shopping!

Currently available

Rice*:  Certified organic black rice from northern Manitoba.  Iron-rich for breastfed babies who have depleted the stores of iron they were born with.  The best first food, appropriate from age 6 months on.

Pears:  Organic Red Bartlett pears from Feast of Fields, St. Catharine's, Ontario.  Deliciously sweet and full of flavour.

Oatmeal*: Biodynamic Rolled oats from the Loonsong Garden, Little Current, on beautiful Manitoulin Island, Ontario.  Introduce a week after rice has been tolerated.  Great for breakfast with fruit!

Apples, carrots, chard**:  From the friendly vendors at the Coxwell Farmer's Market. (Not certified organic).

All items available in all three stages; 1) a thin, smooth puree for babies 6-8 months; 2) a thicker puree for babies 8-12 months; and 3) a chunkier version for 1 year and up.

*Starred items are as close as we can find, but fall outside the 100-mile radius from Toronto's Leslieville, Riverdale, and Beach neighbourhoods.  We use them so we can provide you with a complete food introduction package.
**Double-starred items may not be organic, depending on what we could find at the farmer's market.