Kennett Square’s Winter Farmers Market is winding down and we are looking forward to a fantastic new season of weekly markets beginning on May 3rd.  We are excited to welcome back John from London Vale Farm, as well as Dia Doce Cupcakes.  Down To Earth Farm has moved to Rambling Roots Farm and will be front and center on State Street.  New vendors include Naughty Nutty Love (!!) and Vera Pasta.  Take a moment to meet them and sample their products.  Market Manager Abby works hard to create a balanced blend and always appreciates hearing your feedback. Stay tuned for the full list of returning and new vendors!

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Have you met Troy, owner of Rex Farms Orchard? He has been with the Market all winter and is staying on for the regular season.  Besides the very best in tree fruit products (fruits, cider, juice, butters, and sauces), Rex Farms also grows some vegetables.  Troy brings amazing onions, using a special curing process that allows them to stay fresh all through the winter.  Try the apple salad recipe below with Meadowset pecorino and Abdel’s Olive Oil. Or add a Rex onion to a Maiale salami sandwich served on Big Sky’s hearty bread! Discover the other wonderful items our vendors will be bringing to Market this week.  Hope to see you there!

THIS WEEK’S VENDORS

Big Sky Bread still makes bread the old -ashion way. This week they promise to bring everyone’s favorite breads, as well as some sweet treats and granola!    

Sweet Salvation Truffles will tempt you some of their remaining Easter treats at 50% off!  Indulge! 

Golden Valley Coffee Roasters features their locally roasted, naturally grown coffees.  Have you tried the Breakfast Blend?  It’s worth waking up for! 

Guinea Hen Gardens raises herbs, chickens, sheep, bees, and their own vegetables.  At Winter Market, find eggs, honey, some greens, and herbs.  

KAS Cake Emporium prepares Southern style desserts, including mouth-watering sweet potato pies, luscious coconut cakes, and fudge.  If you don’t see it, ask!

 

Maiale Meats & Charcuteries  prepares everything from the salumi to meatballs in house and from scratch. They believe that better tasting food is made from fresh and local ingredients.

Meadowset Farms  is produces grass-fed lamb and beef, in addition to their superb line of raw sheep’s milk cheeses.  

Take Me Bake Me Pizza have amazing pies each week. Their freshly made bake-at-home pizzas use fresh toppings on deliciously healthy crusts. Pre-order your pie as they sell out quickly:  Mompops10@gmail.com 

 Crossan Concessions  will bring assorted flavors of their Kettle Corn, including traditional, cinnamon, and sweet cheddar.  Look for more flavors to come! 

Taste Artisanal brings their tasty cheeses and phyllo products, among other prepared items.  

Sunset Park Cookies can satisfy the sweet tooth for all. Gluten-allergy? Lactose intolerant? Or just love eating healthy food? Their homemade gluten-free, vegan cookies include chocolate chip, oatmeal, peanut Butter/Oatmeal and 
snickerdoodle.  They also do special orders!

Abdel’s Tunisian Oils invites you to sample their unfiltered organic extra virgin oil.  This is a first cold press oil which generally not available in stores.  It has a stronger, fruiter, even green flavor with more olive particles.  It is said to be much healthier with higher nutrients and antioxidants. 

 
KALE, APPLE, ALMOND & PECORINO
SALAD

Kale Salad with apples1 Bunch Curly Kale 

1/3 C. toasted almonds 

1/2 C. Pecorino cheese – small squares

1 CRUNCHY apple, sliced thin 

Juice of 1/2 lemon (about 3 Tbsp)

1/3 C. olive oil 

Salt and Pepper

 

Wash and dry kale leaves. Fold them in half and pull stem out removing it all the way up, even through the bottom part of the leaves where it is thick. Tear the leaves into bite sized pieces or chop the leaves crosswise in 1/2 inch ribbons. Place them in a bowl.

Toast almonds in a skillet over medium heat until light brown. Remove from heat and cool.  Cut cheese into 1/4 inch dice. Cut apple right before tossing in the dressing to avoid browning.

To make the dressing, whisk lemon with olive oil until combined. Add a pinch of salt and black ground pepper. Drizzle dressing on kale a little at a time.  When it is all coated, add the cheese, almonds and apples and toss together.

Let sit about 15 minutes before serving. It lasts in the refrigerator one day.

 
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Simply put, it is time to get your Thanksgiving on!  What fixings would yourfamily holiday menu not be complete without?  Cranberry relish, savory sauces, sweet potato casserole, artisan breads, or pumpkin pie?  You can source all of these ingredients and so much more at Friday’s Winter Farmers Market.  Flowers to decorate the table, cheeses & spreads for appetizers, fresh veggies to add to the soup and stuffing, even the wines to pair with your feast!  Bring your list and perhaps an open mind to try something new and different this year, too.

We welcome your favorite Holiday recipes, as well. Send your favorite to ksqfarmersmarket@gmail.com  to be entered in a drawing for a free market basket. All recipes submitted will be reviewed for use in the Market Newsletter and possibly in a future cookbook!

In the spirit of giving thanks, we would like to thank all of our loyal customers and hard-working vendors who make the Kennett Square Farmers Market such a success.  We are grateful for your support and enjoy the time we spend together at Market.  We hope you share a lovely holiday with your family and friends. 

WHAT’S FRESH THIS WEEK?
Apple Cider  
Nomadic Pies  will be serving hot apple cider from the truck this Friday. Stop by to place your Thanksgiving pie orders before it is too late! Apple, Cranberry Apple Crumb, Pecan, Sweet Potato with Pecan Streusel, and Pumpkin!  Make sure to ask her about preordering vacuum sealed, frozen, unbaked savory pies so you can stock up your freezer and satisfy those pie cravings on a whim!
Taste Artisanal brings

a unique take on a Cranberry Conserve made with a local Cabernet Franc wine plus a dried fruit and nut topper great on Brie or goat cheese, using homemade caramel and honey from Guinea Hen Gardens.

 

Take Me Bake Me Pizza will stay fresh in your frig for up to 4-5 days and can be frozen up to 2 weeks. A great option for the night before Thanksgiving!   This week look for Plain, Margarita, Veggie Pesto, Butternut Rabe, and a surprise Dessert Pizza.  Yummy! Pre-order at the Take Me Bake Me website.

Meadowset Farm will their pastured ground lamb and lamb chops as well as two pecorino (sheep) cheeses. The Last Straw is a sharp, aged Romano-style that’s perfect for grating on salad or pasta.  Camel’s Back is a nutty Basque-style that’s perfect for snacking and fruit & cheese platters.

Carrots, beets, etc

Down To Earth Harvest has continues to harvest avariety of fresh Fall produce, including lots of beets and carrots.

 

 

 

Designs by Francine features tasty peanut and pecan brittles this week, as well as previewing their holiday collection and bringing back some old favorites.

 

 

applesRex Farms will have three new varieties of apples – Cameo, Goldrush, and York Imperial (a great baking apple), plus Fuji, Rome, Gold Delicious, and the last of the Stayman and Idared. Also new this week will be Fuji Applesauce, with or without cinnamon and no sugar added. Their sweet apple cider is perfect for Thanksgiving meals. Also try –their apple & pumpkin butters.

 

THIS WEEK’S VENDORS
Abdel’s Tunisian Olive Oil

Big Sky Bakery – artisan breads & rolls

Cool Breeze Gourmet Greens – wheatgrass & microgreens

Countryside Farm & Bakery – assorted produce, baked goods

Designs By Francine’s – chocolates, brittles

Dia Doce Cupcake Truck

Down to Earth Harvest – local produce

Flickerwood Wines

Footprint Architecture and Design – architectural advice

FreshaPeel Hummus – savory, spicy & sweet flavors

Guinea Hen Garden – eggs, honey, herbs, etc

Jack’s Jams and Jellies

KAS Cake Emporium

La Cucina Verde 

London Vale Farm – fresh produce
Meadowset Farms – lamb & pecorino
Papa’s Pastries – baked goods, prepared Asian cuisine
Rex Farms Orchard
Sunset Park Cookies – gluten free & sugar alternatives 

Taste Artisanal – cheeses, spreads, tapenaudes

 

Harvest Market logo      Order your Holiday turkey from Harvest Market!  Get a fresh, local and free-range turkey for a delicious and humane  delivered fresh from T.A. Farms in Delaware.  Simply call the store at 302-234-6779 or stop by and see all we have to offer you in Hockessin, DE–just minutes from Kennett Square. For directions, monthly specials and coupons, check out Harvest Market’s website.  We look forward to serving you!

 

OVEN ROASTED BEETS & CARROTS

 

2 medium beets

2 large carrots

2 tsp olive oil

1/2 tsp rosemary leaves

1/2 tsp thyme leaf

1/2 tsp rubbed sage leaf

1/4 tsp salt and fresh ground pepper to taste

 

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.  Scrub the carrots and beets and trim the tops and bottoms.  Slice the carrots diagonally in 1/2 inch slicies; slice each beet in 6 wedges.

 

Place vegetables in a bowl and sprinkle with oil and herbs,

stirring  to coat. Arrange on a large shallow glass or enamel roasting pan in a single layer.  Cover with a lid, or foil, and bake for 25 minutes.  Remove lid, increase heat to 450 degrees, bake another 20 – 30 min., until tender.  Check the veggies after 10 minutes, turn with fork or tongs if needed for even roasting

 

 

 

“What a vibrant Winter Market opener we have in store for this Friday! At this point in the season, one might expect to see the proverbial tumbleweeds rolling down the Genesis brick pathway, with many of our vendors putting their market season to rest. Not so for us here at the Kennett Winter Market! Nearly all of our tireless growers and artisans have decided to extend their presence with us into the Winter Market season, and with the addition of a handful of new vendors, we are looking at a bountiful spread at the market, all winter long. So don’t forget to take advantage of this wonderful, unique resource right in the heart of Kennett Square, and spread the word!”

      Stop by the market table, as Abby will be doing a winter squash tasting.  And the Kennett Food Cupboardwill continue to attend the Winter Market, collecting all items but especially in need of canned goods.

Thea Toocheck

Our special guest this week will be 14 year old author, Thea Toocheck, who will be signing her book The Thirst Inside, the first in a series of young adult novels with a humorous and imaginative tale. 
WHAT’S FRESH!
Take Me Bake Me Pizza
 Issa of MomsPops returns to Market withTake Me Bake Me Pizzas. Made with local ingredients, the easy-to-bake pies are available on whole wheat, multi grain, or gluten free crusts.  This week, find Plain, Margarita, Spinach Pesto, Eggplant Parm, or Build-Your-Own.  Pre-order at takemebakeme.com and receive a $1 off.

 

Meadowset Farm, located in Landenberg, will bring their pastured ground lamb and lamb chops, as well as two types of aged pecorinos – Camel’s Back is a buttery, Basque-style and Last Straw is a fruity, sharp Italian-style.  Both are wonderful shaved over warm greens or with pasta.

 London Vale Farm brings brussel sprouts on the stalk, turnips, and sweet purple and green cabbages.

 Countryside Farm will have red bok choy, curly kale, loose salad greens, carrots, and crispy sweet potato chips made with coconut oil.

Down To Earth Harvest has broccoli, lettuce, fennel, bok choy, leets, scallions, carrots, arugula, and savoy cabbage.

Wick of Guinea Hen Garden Guinea Hen Gardens now has jarred dried herbs, which are perfect for spicing up roasted veggies and hearty soups!  They will also have their eggs and honey, of course.

Papa’s Pastry will bring their hot Asian prepared foods and delectable desserts.

     THIS WEEK’S VENDORS
Abdel’s Tunisian Olive Oil

Big Sky Bakery – hearty artisan breads 

Cool Breeze Gourmet Greens – wheatgrass & microgreens

Countryside Farm & Bakery – assorted produce, baked goods

Dia Doce Cupcake Truck

Down to Earth Harvest – local produce

Flickerwood Wines

Footprint Architecture and Design – architectural advice

FreshaPeel Hummus – savory, spicy & sweet flavors

Guinea Hen Garden – eggs, honey, herbs, etc

Jack’s Jams and Jellies

KAS Cake Emporium

La Cucina Verde 

London Vale Farm – fresh produce
Maiale Sausage and Charcuterie
Meadowset Farms
Papa’s Pastries – baked goods, prepared Asian cuisine
Pureblend Teas
Rex Farms Orchard
Sunset Park Cookies – gluten free & sugar alternatives 

Taste Artisanal – cheeses, spreads, tapenaudes

The cooler temps and shorter days are signaling the end of the regular season Farmers Market.  We have had a wonderful run of good weather and our vendors have kept up a super supply of fresh and local goods each Friday.  Fortunately this does not mean the end of the Farmers Market, just a slight change in schedule. Look for the Winter Farmers Market to begin next Friday and continue on the First and Third Fridays of each month through April, from 2 – 4 pm in the same location.  If you have not been to the Winter Market in the past, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at all the fresh and local items available year-round.

WHAT’S FRESH!

Rex Farm OrchardsRex Farms Orchards are new to the Kennett Square Farmers Market and will be with us through the Winter.  They bring an array of homegrown apples as well as apple sauces, apple juice. apple cider (until Christmas), and apple and pumpkin butters!  In addition, there will be red, white and sweet potatoes, onions (candy, red sky, sweet spanish, red and white cippolini), and swiss chard (until the frost gets the best of it- could be sooner than later).  They carry an amazing variety of apples – rome, stayman, fuji, gold delicious, cameo and goldrush. Their apples are stored in controlled atmosphere storage where the oxygen is drawn out of the room, preserving the apples so that when each bin is pulled out of storage to sell at market the apples are in the same condition as the day they were put in.That allows them to offer fresh apples well into May or whenever they run out. Down To Earth Harvest will have a diverse array Asian greens that are perfect for stir-fry or to add to soups. Also find kohlrabi, lemon grass, Thai chiles, mushrooms, celeriac, mustard greens, scallions, leeks and eggs.

l  Beyond The Spice vendor

Beyond The Spice returns for the last time this season, so stock up on their delicious simmer sauces for the months ahead.  Tikka, Coconut-Ginger, and Bartha Simmer Sauces are also available online. 

Abdel's Olive OilAbdel’s Tunisian Olive Oil & Pure Morrocan Argan Oil  returns for his second week with his organic products, including those for cosmetic use.  Visit theirwebsite for more information on the products.

 London Vale Farms will bring more of their colorful and delicious winter squash, the source of some great recipes!London Vale Winter Squash

THIS WEEK’S VENDORS
Abdel’s Tunisian Olive Oil

Amazing Acres

Anita’s Guacamole – fresh Avocado Guacamole & Salsas

Beyond The Spice – savory simmering sauces

Big Sky Bakery – hearty artisan breads 

Clarke Green’s Blade Sharpening

Cool Breeze Gourmet Greens – wheatgrass & microgreens

Countryside Farm & Bakery – assorted produce, baked goods

Designs By Francine – gourmet chocolates

Down to Earth Harvest – local produce

 Footprint Architecture and Design – architectural advice

FreshaPeel Hummus – savory, spicy & sweet flavors

Guinea Hen Garden – eggs, honey, herbs, etc

Jack’s Jams and Jellies

 K-9 Kraving Dog Treats

Kate Stroh’s Homegrown Dahlias

La Cucina Verde

London Vale Farm – fresh produce

Maiale Sausage and Charcuterie

Nomadic Pie Truck – savory and sweet pies

Papa’s Pastries – baked goods, prepared Asian cuisine

Produce Place

Rex Farms Orchard

Shady Grove Greenhouses – plants. pumpkins, fresh flowers

Sunset Park Cookies – gluten free & sugar alternatives

Taste Artisanal – cheeses, spreads, tapenaudes.

New vendors Dia Doce Cupcakes and KAS Cake Emporium will both be returning next week for the kick-off of our Winter Market Season, but are unable to be at this Friday’s market.

 

The weather cannot be more perfect for buying those Fall veggies, apple cider and apple pies, pumpkins & Indian corn, and mums.  Find it all this week at market, but your usual supply of greens, breads, eggs & cheeses, meats and condiments are all available.

The Kennett Democrats will be available again to register voters and help understand the photo ID issues.  The Food Bank continues to collect each week – make a cash donation, buy something extra, or bring an item from home!

MEET THE MAKERS
OUTDOOR HAPPY HOUR
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28   4:30 – 8:00 
frecon

 

Frecon Farm has been bringing their fine fruit to Market every Friday, but next week you are in for a surprise as they also feature their hard ciders and fruit wines.  Find them across the street at the new MEET THE MAKERS event, where you can taste the best of the regions fermented food and drink.

Come enjoy select craft beers, wine, spirits and artisanal cheese tastings as you learn about the fermenting process. There will be lively music by Scott & Steve of the Sin City Band.   

You’ll also meet representatives from Flickerwood Wine Cellars, Argilla Brewing Company, Forest & Main Brewing, Round Guys Brewing Company, Art in the Age, Quaker City Mercantile, Birchrun Hills Cheeses, Doe Run Creamery, Meadowset Farm, and Yellow Springs Goat Dairy.

The MEET THE MAKERS event begins at 4:30 and will run through until 8:00 pm  Tickets are available for $10 at the Market Manager’s table or buy them online.   For more information, call 610-444-8188. 

WHAT’S FRESH AT MARKET THIS WEEK?

MAIALE DELI:   Look for  Genoa Salami, Italian Salami with white wine & garlic, and Duck Sausage with arugula & roasted garlic.  

SUNSET PARK COOKIES:  Try their molasses spice cookies that are soft and spicy, great with a cup of tea or some apple cider. 

SHADY GROVE GREENHOUSE:  Look for Fall colors with their gourds, pumpkins, Indian corn, and bushels of mums.  Also bouquets and large mixed planters will be available.

 DESIGNS BY FRANCINE:  Chocolate Specials

  • 8 pieces of chocolate for $6.00 all flavors
  • 12 pieces of chocolate for $10.00 all flavors
  • Vanilla and chocolate brownie bites, buy 2 get one free.

 DOWN TO EARTH HARVEST:  arugula & spring mix greens, chard and kale, beets, carrots, lettuce, leeks, and Crimini and Portabella mushrooms.  They also raise free range eggs from non-GMO fed chickens. 

 FRECON FARM:  Bosc Pears, more apples, and cider!!!  They sold out of the cider early last week, so plan ahead.

 LONDON VALE FARM:  Lots of fresh broccolis, plus peppers, tomatoes, greens, potatoes, etc.

       Carrots, beets, etc

THIS WEEK’S VENDORS

 Amazing Acres

Anita’s Guacamole 

Beyond The Spice

Big Sky Bakery

 Cool Breeze Gourmet Greens

Countryside Farm and Bakery

Down to Earth Harvest

Footprint Architecture and Design

Frecon Farms  

FreshaPeel Hummus

Guinea Hen Garden

Jack’s Jams and Jellies

La Cucina Verde 

                                                                                             London Vale Farm

Maiale Sausage and Charcuterie

Nomadic Pie Truck 

Papa’s Pastries

Produce Place

Shady Grove Greenhouses

Sunset Park Cookies

Taste Artisanal 

 Kennett Square celebrates the almighty mushroom this weekend and it all begins at the Farmers Market on Friday afternoon with a diverse collection of fresh produce, prepared products, and craft items.  Due to the Mushroom FestivalsCommunity Parade beginning at 6 pm, the vendors along State Street will need to close up at 4:30.  Other vendors in the alleyway will remain until 6:00 pm.  We apologize for any inconvenience! 

       Stop by the La Cucina Verde table and ask Annmarie about her “Ladies Night Out”, in-home cooking classes that feature fresh, local, seasonal ingredients.  Collaborate with Annmarie to develop a menu that suits your fancy, invite your girlfriends, and make it a party.

       The cooler weather heralds the return of Designs by Francine’s Chocolates this week.  The apple cider is flowing at Frecon Farms.  John from London Vale Farm has harvested a wide assortment of winter squash – Blue Hubbard (large & baby), Red Kuri, Cinderella, Baby Turks Turban, Spaghetti (striped & regular), Butternut (large & small), Buttercup (green & red), and Delecata, nicknamed the Sweet Potato Squash.  Phew!!  That’s a lot of squash!

First Friday vendors will be on hand to sell their artwork and crafts.  Also ask Market Manager Abby about the plans for the Fermentation Festival on September 28th and buying tickets for the exciting new Meet The Makers event that evening.

Hope to see you at the Market this Friday, 2-6 pm!

WHAT’S FRESH AT MARKET THIS WEEK?

PANSIES

 SHADYSIDE GREENHOUSES has Fall pansies, ornamental kale and  asters for your Autumnal gardens.

LONDON VALE FARM will have Napa Cabbage, which is great for Asian Slaw, in addition to LOTS of winter squash.     

COOL BREEZE GOURMET GREENS is bringing tasty petite fenugreek micros greens, with a hint of cumin & curry that adds a great flare to any salad, plus mini hot peppers.

DESIGNS BY FRANCINE returns this week with black currant chocolates made from English Black Currants, and Dark Covered Chocolate Cherries.  These two items will be available for a limited time only.  

DOWN TO EARTH HARVEST offers beautiful salad mixes, pastured eggs, swiss chard, and the last of their heirloom tomatoes.

TASTE ARTISANAL will have a spiced plum chutney and other spreads that are great with crudities or breads.

 COUNTRYSIDE FARM & BAKERY will bring leeks, plenty of lettuce & greens, and their tempting assortment of breads, cookies, pies, etc. 

FRECON FARMS will bring their freshly pressed apple cider and a variety of apples & pears.  

LA CUCINA VERDE will bring a blueberry basil preserve and an apricot chutney.

LONDON VALE FARM has soybeans, as well as Chinese Cabbage.

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THIS WEEK’S VENDORS

Anita’s Guacamole 

Big Sky Bakery

 Cool Breeze Gourmet Greens

Countryside Farm and Bakery

Down to Earth Harvest

Flickerwood Wine Cellars

Footprint Architecture and Design

Frecon Farms  

FreshaPeel Hummus

God’s Country Creamery

Guinea Hen Garden

Jack’s Jams and Jellies

La Cucina Verde 

London Vale Farm

Maiale Sausage and Charcuterie

Nomadic Pie Truck 

Philly Bill’s Dills

Produce Place

Shadyside Greenhouses

Taste Artisanal 

  

FIRST FRIDAY SPECIAL VENDORS & CRAFTERS

Ellen April Soaps

Amazing Acres,

Chansonette Orchids

Pike Creek Coffee Roasters

Joe Paws Dog Bakery

Clerico Designs

Bumblebee Bumz

Heirloom Modern Classic

 

Non-Profit: Unionville Fair

 

 

 

 

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The supply of fresh produce, beautiful flowers, and other locally-made items are so abundant at this time of year. Our wonderful vendors have new and tasty surprises each week.  This Friday, stroll through the Market and take advantage of the season’s bounties! 

The talented Ladeens will be playing live folk music this Friday. Listen to them at www.TheLadeens.com. Our much-missed blade sharpener, Clarke Green, returns.  Look for the Unionville Fair folks again this week.  And, as always, remember the Kennett Food Cupboard is always on site to collect food & cash donations.    

Read below for a listing of many of the new items and expect to find even more……  It’s another great week at Market!  See you there! 

WHAT’S FRESH AT MARKET THIS WEEK?

 DOWN TO EARTH FARM brings Crimini & Portabella mushrooms from their neighboring farm, Cordivano Brothers.   

GUINEA HEN FARM has a new product, along with their garlic, honey and eggs.  Wick now makes BioChar, a charcoal that is useful as an all-natural soil amendment for gardening.   

LONDON VALE FARM has the most beautiful red and orange peppers among their bounty of produce!

JACK’S JAMS is making Pickled Red Beets (perfect for Red Beet Eggs!!) and Chow-Chow, in addition to his delectable selection of jams & jellies.

BIG SKY sells a hearty fruit granola in addition to their many breads and rolls.

apples

FRECON FARMS is new featuring APPLES:  Gala, Ginger Gold, Ozark Gold, Paula Red Apples. Maybe even some Honeycrisp.  And PEARS:  Red Bartlett, Bartlett and Seckle Pears.   And Flaming Fury Peaches, Red Gold Nectarines.  Look for apple and pear cider in another week.

RIDGE VALLEY MAPLE SYRUP returns.  Pick up some locally tapped syrup to blend with plain yogurt.  So much better than a processed sweetener.

SUNSET PARK COOKIES is now using Stevia & coconut oil to bake their gluten-free cookies.  The blueberry ones are soooo good! 

AMAZING ACRES invites you to sample their amazing cheese!  You have to try Sea Smoke or Baby Bloomer.

MAIALE DELI  is bringing a Mole Salami and Salchichon, a dry-cured Spanish salami with nutmeg & allspice.

LA CUCINA VERDE will have zesty zucchini pickles with coriander & mint, a raisin chutney, plus a delicious tomato and peach salsa.  Also look for dried heirloom tomatoes.

NICK’S SUCCULENTS has some wonderful Elephant Grass last week.  Look for other garden updates as well as his cacti and succulents.       

Down To Earth Harvest

 
THIS WEEK’S VENDORS

 Amazing Acres

Anita’s Guacamole 

Big Sky Bakery

Carol Krawczyk’s Figs

Clarke Green Blade Sharpening

 Cool Breeze Gourmet Greens

Countryside Farm and Bakery

Down to Earth Harvest

Flickerwood Wine Cellars

Footprint Architecture and Design

Frecon Farms  

FreshaPeel Hummus

God’s Country Creamery

Guinea Hen Garden

Jack’s Jams and Jellies

La Cucina Verde 

London Vale Farm

Maiale Sausage and Charcuterie

Nomadic Pie Truck 

Produce Place

Ridge Valley Maple Syrup

SIW Veggies

Taste Artisanal