Thursday, June 17, 2010

June 19th Market

What a monsoon last week! We're here rain or shine unless and until we see lightning, so come on down this week.

New This Week:  My Little Red Haus art studio has joined us!  They'll be setting up an area for kids' activities each week!

Events at Market This Week

Musician: Profoundly Yours (Acoustic Rock)

Crafter: Love Pats: Handsewn girls' dresses, baby bibs, adult cooking aprons, girls' headbands

Vendors will be bringing:

Taste of Belgium: Everyone's favorite Leige waffles; crepes

Ohio Brush Creek Cooperative: Kale, boc choy, korean cabbage, collards, chard, leaf lettuce  with or without roots (you can stick the ones with roots into a bowl of water and they'll live for several days while you harvest fresh greens daily), broccoli, red tomatoes FIRST OF OUR SEASON, spring onions, beans FIRST OF SEASON, little red potatoes FIRST OF SEASON, zucchini FIRST OF SEASON, cabbage, summer squash, baby pickles, wild garlic, cauliflower, green onions, beets with tops, frozen free range chicken, corn meal, sorghum, radishes (probably easter egg), rhubarb

Pine Lane Soapers: Goat's milk soap, Puppy Suds (goat's milk shampoo for all the cute pooches), and brown eggs

Wilham's: Tomatoes, zucchini, golden zucchini, green tomatoes, beets, jalapenos, banana peppers, maybe other peppers, maybe eggplant

Fab Ferments: An assortment of raw cultured veggies, beet kvass and kombucha tea. All of our products are handmade using organic and/or local sustainable produce.

Goodlife Farm: Red & green lettuce, swiss chard, kohrabi, summer squash, greens mixes, radishes, pac choi and a few sugar snap peas.

Donna's Gourmet Cookies: Ham & cheese and chocolate croissants, blueberry muffins, brownies, pecan bars, 13 varieties of cookies, lemon tea cakes, and no rain!

Waggle Dance Farm: Local raw honey to try on homemade honey wheat bread (while it lasts!)

Vanishing Granola: Nice dry granola in nice dry bags!  Original (coconut almond cranberry) and Orange Spice (vegan, with pistachios, dates and golden hunza raisins).

Salatin's Orchards:  Early peaches! Also gooseberries, raspberries, red currants, summer squash, squash blossoms, cucumbers (burpless and regular), cabbage, green tomatoes, greens, spring onions, garlic, and maybe green beans.

Martin Hill Farms: Asparagus, beets, bok choi, broccoli, carrots, kale, romaine lettuce, looseleaf head lettuce, mizuna, mustard greens, asian greens, radishes, kohlrabi, English peas, snap peas, zucchini, flying saucer squash, scallop squash, zephyr squash, eight ball squash, bush beans, pole beans, asparagus beans, Chinese red noodle beans.

Crisenbery Baked Goods: Challah, country white and lemon rosemary breads; banana pecan and banana no nuts breads; chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin coconut cookies; cakes for one including: lemon pound cake, Irish cream cake and our special family recipe "Mamaw's chocolate cake with devil's fudge icing"; strawberry rhubarb tarts; bumbleberry tarts (What? You've never heard of a bumbleberry? Bumbleberry is a true berry lover's dream! It is a combination of blueberry and red and black raspberries. YUM!!!) Our barista, Julia, will be squeezing organic lemons and making fresh lemon shake ups and pouring organic black tea.

Cedar Lane Farm: Brown eggs, cut up chicken, whole chickens, beef roasts and ground beef, bacon and pork roasts.  Handmade soap and lotion bars, with some free samples.

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