Niemuth’s Specials for the week of June 9, 2014

Well, I’m back from my little jaunt to Washington Island.  It was picture perfect weather there with the exception of after 7:00 p.m on Friday night.  Richard and the boys are in Canada.  Cameron, his nephew had a whopper of a walleye up next to the boat,  close enough this his dad and Uncle Richard could see that it was a big one.  But, alas, it didn’t make it into the boat and of course there is no photographic evidence.  Our oldest, Aaron is complaining that he’s catching too big of fish (but too small to keep) but again, no photographic evidence!

Carter did a couple of radio commercials with Papa while his sister stood at the window to the studio making faces and licking the window.  Papa was oblivious to it all.  I also had to take Carter to soccer practice last week where his dad was going to pick him up.  I asked him is his dad was briging the Honda or the blue truck.  He says, “If you see the big blue truck, then he brought the blue truck, if you see the Honda, then he brought the Honda”.  I’m surprised he didn’t say… ‘duh, Nana!’  Makes me laugh!

OK on to the FRESH FISH for  this week

Tuesday:  he didn’t order anything (or he forgot and just isn’t tellling me)

Wednesday will be Ora King Salmon, Bay Perch and Door County Whitefish

Thursday I will  have to check with the supplier.  Richard was driving and can’t remember what it was.  I will put it out on our Facebook page and send another note.

Friday Pacific Grouper, Scottish Salmon, Copper River Sockeye Salmon, Fresh Calamari, 2 doz Prime Soft Shell Crabs, Ahi Tuna, Wild Gulf Shrimp 5 lbs of Rainbow Trout and possibly Scallops

It’s Graduation Party time.  Stop in for all you party needs, hamburgers, brats, potato salad, pasta salads, root beer and anything else that will make your celebration a success.  Oh, and don’t forget Father’s Day.  We have a large variety of craft brews that could make any Dad happy on his day!

Prices on ground beef are moving in the right direction.  This week ground chuck will be $3.99 per lb and $3.39 for 5 lbs or more.

Stop in and see us. 

Louise Niemuth


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