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October Iconic Market Box - Oktoberfest

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With many Oktoberfest celebrations sadly cancelled this year, you can still don your lederhosen and enjoy the best of locally made German fare at home!

We're excited to feature soft pretzels from our new friends at Kaffeeklatsch Seattle! Dip them in Honey Curry Mustard from Mustard and Co. and Bonnie B's newest creation, Cheese Bread Spread. Plus Brats and Weisswurst from Pike Place Market's own German Master Butcher, Uli Lengenberg, paired with Riesling Kraut from Britt's Fermented Foods. 

And we haven't forgotten the sweets! Each box comes with four different flavors of strudel from new partner Little Prague Bakery as well as Black Forest Cherries from Chukar Cherries.

Boxes this month are available with or without produce.

Delivery* is available on Fridays from October 1st through 29th. Consider ordering our Iconic Market Boxes as a monthly subscription for a lower flat rate. Check it out!

What's in The Iconic Market Box for October:

  • Kaffeeklatsch Seattle Parbaked Pretzels (6ct.)
    Pretzels made the real way; dipped in lye and baked just a bit – just salt and pop them in the oven for a few minutes. (Instructions included)
  • Uli's Famous Sausage – German Bratwurst (1lb. = 4 links)
    Handcrafted in small batches daily with vegetarian-fed pork roasts using Uli’s own recipe of spice from his village in Holzhausen - Siegerland. This style of sausage is mild, flavorful, and highly versatile in its preparations.
  • Uli's Famous Sausage Weisswurst (1lb. = 4 links)
    A true Bavarian classic, weisswurst or "white sausage" is a delicious super-finely ground fully-cooked delicacy. Traditionally served in a bowl of hot water and then split lengthwise before eating, it makes a perfect addition to a soft pretzel and some stone ground mustard!
  • Mustard and Co.   Honey Curry Mustard (7oz.)
  • Britt's Fermented Foods Riesling Kraut (16oz.)
    Using Riesling wine to honor the ancient origins of Sauerkraut. The first sauerkraut was in China using rice wine! Sauerkraut was introduced to Europe by the Huns when they came on horseback and became a staple in German cuisine when they combined salt and water with their cabbage to harness the dance of lactic acid fermentation.
  • Bonnie B's Peppers  Cheese Bread Spread (8oz.)
    Blend of Bonnie B's pickled peppers and pickled garlic with cream cheese, parmesan and butter. A great dip for soft pretzels!
  • Little Prague Bakery – Box of 4 pieces of Strudel
    1 Poppy Seed, 1 Cream Cheese, 1 Cherry and 1 Apple
  • Chukar Cherries – Black Forest Cherries (6.75oz.)
    Dried Bing cherries with ultra dark chocolate dusted in cocoa.

What's in Frank's Quality Produce Box for October:
Red potatoes, celery, onions, garlic, and parsley for whipping up German Potato Salad. Red cabbage and Granny Smith apples for Blaukraut. And have you ever tried kohlrabi?!? Also known as a "German turnip" it's not related to a turnip, but is actually a cruciferous vegetable, like cabbage, broccoli and kale. Enjoy this funny looking vegetable raw, roasted or steamed. Plus, a Sugar Pie pumpkin in every box!!

Produce assortment is what is expected, however adjustments may need to be made based on quality and availability. Additional produce boxes are available for add on! 


*Zip code dependent

Photos shown are for illustrative purposes. Occasionally products may need to be modified due to supply chain concerns. Thank you for your flexibility and understanding!

Please note: If you want to place an order with more than one TYPE of box across different delivery months, you'll need to place separate orders.