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May 24 2011 Market Update

May 23, 2011

The wet weather has had its toll on spring crops. Berry growers have told me that the June berries will be at least two weeks late this year. Cherries will likely be late as well. The cloudy days have created problems for other crops as well.

Nature’s Wild Harvest and THINK Unique Gardens are off this week. Bill is running a workshop on mushrooms in Vancouver and Suzanne is moving plants out of the greenhouse and into the fields. Both will be back next week. Fressen Bakery comes back to the Lloyd Market this Tuesday, good news for all pretzel lovers.

Here is Tuesday’s vendor rundown:

Greenville Farms – rhubarb, prunes (fresh and dried), hazelnuts, eggs, and jams, chocolate hazelnut cookies.

Nature’s Wild Harvestfresh mushrooms (shiitake, maitake, oyster (maybe)), hedgehog (maybe), morels (maybe), truffles (maybe), dried mushrooms, mushroom salt, honey, huckleberry jam, nettles, fiddlehead ferns, miner’s lettuce (maybe). OUT THIS WEEK

THINK Unique Gardenvegetable starts, plants. OUT THIS WEEK

Bigfoot Bread – Joshua bread, toasting muffins, pita (maybe), foccacia (maybe), cornbread, good morning bars.

Olympic Provisions – charcuterie including Cacciatore, Chorizo Andalucia, Chorizo Navarre, Chorizo Rioja, Finocchiona, Loukanika, Nola, Salchichon, Saucisson Sec, Saucisson d’Alsace, Saucisson d’Arles, Sopressatta. Visit the website (link) for product descriptions. Not every product is available each week.

Fressen Bakery – pretzels, German and Austrian breads and pastries.

The Hummus Stop – hummus (8+ flavors), tabouli, baba ganoush, artichoke salad, tzaziki, pita.

Nectar Coffee Company – drip coffee, whole bean coffees.

Savory et Sweet:  Menu can be found here.

See you at the market,

Eamon Molloy
Market Manager

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