Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Picture Perfect Market

If floods kept you away from the market last week you missed a good one. No problem - our market for this week is gonna be big - we've got lots of great farmers and producers heading to the market this Thursday - don't miss it!

Last week was picture perfect - new camera and all. If you missed last week - sorry - it was a great market. Lots of fun was had by everyone!

 Thais from Dia Doce brought her new cupcake truck out for the first time - all of the producers were green with envy!
Wild Flour baked goods all lined up for your approval. Breads,
And sweets!
Good Spoon Seasonal Foods had mouth watering soups - this week chili!!! 
Ellen April was all smiles - no rain, no bubbles! 
My House Cookies had pies and tarts (savory and sweet),
And, cookies, or course. 
Pure-Blend Tea was there with bulk tea, as well as hot and cold brewed tea. They'll be back next week.
You know Autumn is just around the corner when Frecon Farms bring the cider, both apple and pear cider!
And gorgeous Honey Crisp apples,
And seckle pears.
Veronica, from Veronica's Doggie Delights, has the cutest doggie treats, 
She wins the prize for creativity.
Fresh A Peel Hummus had lots of options, including my personal favorite - Kale Garlic!
Herc from Avello mushrooms had the most beautiful oyster mushrooms, and more!

  Red Haven had their usual amazing variety of meats, including T-bone steaks!

Shellbark Hollow offers a number of different goat cheese products including goat milk kefir,
And these beautiful marinated goat cheeses.
Market Day Canele will be back next week. Last week they offered this lovely savory tart with cippolini onions, guanciale, and heirloom tomatoes,
As well as everyone's favorite canele.
Peg from Blueberry Hill started the parade of fall veggies including winter squash,
 and sweet potatoes.
She also had these juicy tomatoes, 
 colorful peppers,
Asian eggplant,
And green and yellow summer squash.
Axel from Lindenhof Farms brought two new items - sliced ham and chipped beef - both perfect for sandwiches.
Made in the Shade keeps us fresh with the best lemonade in the tri-state area.
In a few weeks they'll be introducing a new product - you're not going to want to miss the reveal!
Sam, from Maysie's, had gorgeous kohlrabi, 
Icicle radishes,  
And beets!
There you have it - the camera is working pretty good! Come on out to the market this week for all of this, and more!

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