Thursday, June 24, 2010

June 26th Newsletter

Hi, all!  After a quick shower last Saturday the weather turned beautiful and we had a great market with a great crowd!  This coming Saturday is looking like perfect market weather!

Our newest booth, My Little Red Haus, was a huge hit with all the kids!  Heike and her crew will be back each week with children's activities. 

Events at market this week: 

Musician:  Muzik Therapy (Neo-soul/R&B)

Crafter:  Life in Pictures (Photography by Melissa Sideris)

Kids' Activities: My Little Red Haus will have a variety of activities for kids!


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, eggplant, bell peppers.

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.

Wilham's: Tomatoes, green tomatoes, grape tomatoes, peppers, some hot peppers, banana peppers, eggplant, candy onions, squash, zucchini, GOLDEN zucchini, carrots, maybe black raspberries.

Cedar Lane Farm: Fresh pork chops, sausage and ribs along with fresh chicken, boneless breast and other cuts and our brown eggs.  We also have free samples of our solid lotion bars and some new
handmade soap.

Salatin's Orchard: Peaches, apricots, gooseberries, red currants, raspberries, blueberries, squash blossoms, summer squash, sweet corn, green beans, cucumbers (regular and burpless). I look forward to seeing ya'll this weekend!
Vanishing Premium Granola: Freshly made granola in our two flavors, Original and Orange Pistachio Spice.  Come sample both (BYO yogurt).  We can chase that granola with cold brewed iced coffee, too.

TS Farms: We will have our beef for the first time! NY strip, filet mingon, sirlion steak, rump roast, ground beef, liver, stew meat, ribeye steaks, chuck roasts. Also our wheat berries and stone ground whole wheat flour, strawberry jam, mint jelly, grape jelly, strawberry rhubarb jam. Pork sausage, both  mild and sage.

Hilltop Farms:  Sweet Corn, Beans, Squash, Zucchini, Cucumbers, Cut Flowers, Onions

Donna's Gourmet Cookies:  We will be there rain or shine this week!  15 varieties of Cookies, Chocolate Croissants,  Ham and Cheese Croissants,Blueberry Muffins, Lemon Tea Cakes and Zucchini bread.

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

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

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

Taste of Belgium: Authentic Belgian waffles (aka Liège-style waffles) and savory crêpes. We make our savory crêpes with organic buckwheat flour. Great for breakfast or a light lunch. We will have two options: traditional: egg, ham, cheese or vegetarian: roasted red peppers, goat cheese, baby spinach. We will also bring an assortment of other pastries.

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.

Donna's Gourmet Cookies: We will be there rain or shine this week!  15 varieties of Cookies, Chocolate Croissants,  Ham and Cheese Croissants,Blueberry Muffins, Lemon Tea Cakes and Zucchini bread.

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