>August Newsletter


Summer Days falling away
Summer is quickly passing!! I just confirmed my baby for his first day in preschool that begins in just a few weeks — where does the time go??!!! And although this means I may have some more time a couple days a week — it also means those evenings will be jam packed with prepping. After picking the kids up from preschool I’ll still have to get dinner on the table, lunches packed for the next day and of course bedtime routines. Having that much on my plate will be new for me and I am so glad I’ve got some quick, healthy dinner favorites in my back pocket … and in my freezer!
August brought a lot of “new” to my business:
New Blog
New Facebook Fanpage
New Business Email
New Wildtree Products
New Wildtree Computer System
And that of course also means lots of new
announcements below;)
So please read on and enjoy the last fleeting moments of
your summer!
Recipe of the Month!
Not only was this a freezer meal workshop recipe but I also featured it at a Tasting party and a networking anniversary party and it was BY FAR the most requested
recipe of the month! Even in our house we’ve made this 3 times in the last few weeks; originally with wings, then with Chicken breasts and finally with boneless pork chops! Each time it was a hit! Hope you enjoy it with whatever
protein you choose.

Honey Zing Wings

1 lb. Chicken Wings/thighs/breasts
1/2 cup WT Honey Mustard Vinaigrette
2 TBSP WT Pacific Fusion

In container/freezer bag combine Chicken, Honey Mustard Vinaigrette and Pacific Fusion. Shake to coat evenly. Let marinate 30 minutes – 24 hours.

Oven/Crock Pot Instructions: Remove wings from bag/container saving juices. Place wings on broil pan and cook in 400-degree oven for 30 minutes or until lightly browned. Transfer hot wings to crackpot. Cover with remaining marinade/juices from bag/container. Cook on Med. Hi heat for 3 or 4 hours until chicken is tender and almost falling off the bone.

Grill Instructions: Heat Grill to Medium Hi and place wings on grill. Baste the chicken often with the marinade juices. Cook until done.

Freezer Meal Workshop
Over the weekend, several families took advantage of “Going Vegetarian” the Wildtree way and each created 10 meals in a 2-hour workshop. These workshops are always fun and it felt so good knowing that these families would benefit from a healthy, home cooked meal that was super easy to make!
Next month’s workshops are on Friday, September 24th @ 6 pm or
Saturday, September 25th @ 10 am. Just in time to fill your freezer with quick & easy meals to help ease the back to school transition. We’ll be featuring a few vegetarian meals this month’s menu and can always help you determine substitutions for your health restrictions.
Reserve your spot today by replying to this email!
Here are some of the recipes we will be making…
Thai Sesame Sun Butter Chicken & Noodles
Lime Dill Fish
Summery Pasta
Harvest Frittata
Pork Tenderloin with Asian Spiced Pears

Wildtree’s NEW Computer System
Wildtree is growing at a phenomenal rate – 200% each month for almost 3 years in a row! To keep up with the demand, they have implemented a new computer system with a LOT more capabilities. See below for changes to the Culinary Club Membership and Hosting a Tasting.

Book Your September Tasting…
and receive a Skillet Meal of your choice.

In addition to Wildtree’s generous Host benefits, I am gifting my September Hosts with a Skillet Meal to help ease the Back to School craziness. We have several different flavors and they are all one pot wonders! My month is filling up quickly so contact me now to book your Live or Virtual Tasting. Your guests will receive a Pumpkin Bread Mix with a $75 order!
Our new system can send Evites for you to invite your family & friends to a Live or Virtual Tasting as well as provide a link for them to order online and ensure you receive the full credit. When they order, they can choose to have the items sent to you (for the discounted party shipping price of $5.50) or directly to them at regular web rates.

Culinary Club Changes
With Wildtree’s new computer system come a few changes to the Culinary Club. You NO longer need to go to www.wildtreeclub.com, instead you can just go to my website, www.mywildtree.com/yvonneh/ and click LOGIN in the upper right hand corner. Then sign in as a Culinary Club Member with your password to receive your 20% discount. If you are not a Culinary Club Member and would like to become one, please let me know.
Order $60 through the Culinary Club between by August 30th and receive a Tia Rosa’s Enchilada Sauce.

August Specials
There are still a few days left. Take advantage of the
August customer specials.
Spend $50…receive our Adobo Seasoning.
Spend $75 to receive BOTH our Adobo and
Roasted Tomatillo Sauce

September Specials
Spend $75…receive our Pumpkin Bread Mix. (This is an all time favorite that is perfect for making mini muffins to send as a school snack!)
Come join my Facebook Fan Page at
‘Wild for Wildtree Cooking’ and check out my blog for lots of easy recipes, tips and events!
Let me know if you have any questions or need any help!
My business is successful due to the wonderful recommendations my customers give to friends and family – so please feel free to share my info with anyone whom you think may benefit and enjoy! No matter where you live, I can help you with all your Wildtree needs.

Happy, healthy cooking!

Wildtree products contain NO additives, preservatives, food dyes, MSG, high fructose corn syrup, use minimal or no salt & sugar and are 100% PEANUT-FREE. Wildtree is committed to using ingredients with no GMOs and their Grapeseed Oils are expeller pressed.

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