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Tabor Bread starts & pork is available, today at the Lloyd Farmers Market.

January 14, 2014

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Tabor Bread joins the LFM community today!  From their website…

We are the first retail bakery in Portland to mill its own flour and bake all its bread in a wood-fired oven. We strive to create food that is wholesome, delicious, and celebrates the flavor and bounty of the region. From pastries made with whole grains to house-made jams featuring the fruits of the season, our goal is to thoughtfully maintain the integrity of our ingredients from field to table.

Tabor Breads uses locally grown grains and produce to create their delicious products and will be a great addition to our market.  Stop by to welcome them today!

And as if that were not treat enough, Naked Acres is here with cuts of pork from pigs raised on Kiyokawa’s apples and field produce.  The meat is sweet and delicious!  Come down early to get yours!

We also have our usual selection of winter produce, mushrooms, eggs, cheese, hummus, coffee and more.  Gales Meadow Farm and Fraga Farm are absent this week.  It’s Alive starts next week with fermented foods and Seed & Thistle Apothecary will make their monthly visit to the market.

At the market this week:

Greenville Farms – fresh no-spray produce, hazelnuts, prunes, cookies, eggs
Intent Coffee Roasting – locally roasted coffee beans, hot and iced coffee (ask about how they support coffee farmers)
Kiyokawa Family Orchards – dozens of varieties of apples and pears
Mixteca – traditional Oaxacan tamales and mole
Naked Acres Farm – Certified Naturally Grown vegetables, goat’s milk soap and preserves
Nature’s Wild Harvest – fresh and dried mushrooms and other foraged goodies, including chestnuts
Ole World Oils – camelina oil, seeds and soaps
Savory et Sweet – crepes, drinks and the Menagerie Snack Plate
Sweetrock Farm Swiss Bakery – fresh baked breads and pastries
Tabor Bread – rustic breads and pastries
The Hummus Stop – hummus, baba gnanoush, pita and other Mediterranean snacks

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