Market Update July 20 2010
(Updated – I hit “Publish” instead of “Save” earlier, sorry about that)
Raspberries, blueberries, blackberries and strawberries will be plentiful this Tuesday. Cherries will be plentiful as well. Apricots and peaches showed up in small quantities this past weekend as well. Apricots should be available tomorrow but peaches may be another few days off. Lettuce should be readily available and there should be other greens as well.
Vendor news: Rick Steffen Farm is off this week. The cold, wet spring has finally caught up with Rick, so he needs to take a week or two off to let things grow. Full of Life Farm will be at the market this Tuesday. THINK Unique Gardens is at the market this week.
Here’s the vendor rundown for this Tuesday:
Rick Steffen Farm – OFF THIS WEEK.
Greenville Farms – blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, prunes, hazelnuts, sugar snap peas, eggs (maybe) and jams.
Full of Life Farm – beef, chicken, pork, eggs (maybe).
Nature’s Choice – fresh mushrooms (shiitake, maitake), dried mushrooms, mushroom salt, honey, chestnuts, huckleberry jam.
Bigfoot Bread – OFF THIS WEEK.
Little Pots and Pans – Roasted Red Pepper Tomato Soup, Salads (Greek Orzo, Italian Three Bean & SW Corn & Black Bean Salad), tarts and tartlets (Spinach Pie, Mushroom Leek Swiss, Roasted Tomato Carm Onion Goat Cheese, Strawberry Basil Goat Cheese). Gluten Free (and Vegan) Artichoke Roasted Garlic Tart.
Fressen Artisan Bakery – Austrian and German breads and pastries including boerek, mueslibrot, volkornbrot, pretzels, bavarian croissants, granola, fruit/almond danishes and brioches.
Packer Orchards: cherries, peaches (maybe), apricots (maybe), pear juice sweetened cookies and hand pies.
Radicle Pastures (certified organic): lettuce.
Rogue Creamery: OFF.
Unger Farms: strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries.
Xiong Farmer: Flowers.
Menu for July 20 2010
Our menu will offer snack plates only on Tuesdays.
Salad, late summer gazpacho & full crepe menu Thursdays only
CHECK BACK LATER
Early update for Thursday’s market: Sage and Sea Farms, a local producer of vinegar syrups, will start coming to the Thursday market. I know what you’re thinking (“vinegar syrup?”) but the taste will really surprise you. Mixed with water, the syrups make delicious drinks. I was amazed when I tried a few flavors last week. Stop by on Thursday and try a sample.