Heritage Foods USA                        718-389-0985
The Source for Authentic American Heritage Foods

Dear Heritage Foods USA Supporter,
It is with the greatest joy that we announce the arrival of the short growing season of North America’s largest edible fruit.
If you order a paw-paw box you will be taken on a gastronomic journey not unlike those experienced by this continents first settlers, be they the Native communities that made their way to these lands via the Bering Strait on foot or those Western European explorers that traveled here by sail.
Paw-paws are a wild banana-like fruit that many refer to as a custard apple. It is creamy and citrusy at once. Its large pits should not be eaten but are fun to roll around in your mouth. We recommend eating raw just out of the box or for those brave souls out there, use them to make gelato.
To hear a conversation with leading pawpaw activist, Neal Peterson, that aired first on the Heritage Radio Network Farm Report click below. Neal tells us more about this endangered and intensely seasonal fruit, and what the future holds for the pawpaw.
The paw-paw interview
Each box will contain 6 varieties, all of which will be marked, including:
Shenandoah                    Susquehanna                    Pennsylvania Golden             
Allegheny                        Overleese                        Taytwo
Available for delivery September 11th or 25th.  You can select your preferred delivery date while placing your order in our online store.   
10 lbs Fresh Pawpaw (12-15 fruit) – $114 Overnight Shipping Included

Overnight Shipping is included on all orders.

Thanksgiving Heritage Turkey 8 – 10 lbs - $119
Thanksgiving Heritage Turkey 10.1-12 lbs – $129
Thanksgiving Heritage Turkey 12.1-14 lbs – $149
Thanksgiving Heritage Turkey 14.1-16 lbs – $169
Thanksgiving Heritage Turkey 16.1-18 lbs – $179
Thanksgiving Heritage Turkey 18.1-20 lbs – $189
Thanksgiving Heritage Turkey 20.1-22 lbs – $199

For the holiday season, try our boneless hams, cured by our friends at Paradise Locker Meats using a maple sugar glaze. What we love most about these hams is that they are already cooked so all you to do at home is heat to eat!

Boneless Heritage Ham (About 8 pounds) - $105 including shipping




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The Heritage Radio Network keeps on growing, and this week we're proud to announce our latest show, The Mr. Cutlets Show. On the premiere episode, host Josh Ozersky walked us through his fried chicken adventure, recapped his Meatopia event, and explained what's causing food critics to lose their jobs.

Heather Hyman continued exploring rare breeds of livestock on The Farm Report with Alec Bradford teaching us about the Ancient White Park Cattle. Edible Communities was all about culinary tourism in Vermont.

Curtis B. Wayne showed us the dark side of being green on Burning Down the House , while giving plenty of energy saving tips along the way. Will Goldfarb served up another jam-packed edition of Will Communication , this time talking about the Experimental Cuisine Collective with guest Kent Kirshenbaum.

On Why We Cook, chef Erica Wides moved away from her recent vegetable kick to talk about slimy, oil fish such as mackerel, sardines & bluefish. On Greenhorn Radio, Severine von Tscharner Fleming gave us some insight to the infrastructure of the Greenhorns.

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