Vendors and News for our October 22nd market
october 21, 2016
Our country may be divided right now but there’s one thing I think we can all agree on as Americans: pie is good.
I can’t think of anything that would help ease some of the stress of this election right now than rolling out a piece of pie dough, except maybe eating a slice of still warm apple pie. Tomorrow is our annual Apple Pie Contest…and I hope many of you will see fit to bake this very evening or early Saturday if only to focus on something as simple and delicious – and truly patriotic – as apple pie.
The rules are simple:
Your pie must be made from scratch and local apples must be the main ingredient. No store-bought crusts, please.
Please submit your pie to the market tent by 10:30 am with your recipe and ingredient list attached.
As per tradition, market shoppers can purchase tastes of the pie entries post contest. In honor of the apple harvest, we Strudel-Z is back with not one but two types of strudel – classic apple and walnut/raisin. LOVE that they cut the strudel to order, the old fashioned way, using a wooden measuring stick. Breezy Hill Orchards be offering tastings of their award-winning hard cider.Read More
La Petite Occasion will be bringing trays of salted caramel apples – several notches above your county fair variety.