SEE YOU ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6TH

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Vendors and News for our February 6th market

 

 

Vendors

Here's who we're expecting this week:

All you Knead Baking Co.
Big Bang Coffee Co.
Bien Cuit Bakery
Breezy Hill Orchard
Chaseholm Creamery Cheese
The Cheese Guy
D & J Produce
Deep Roots sprouts & pickled vegetables
Crown Maple Organic Syrup
Farm EATS grass-fed beef
Jacuterie bacon & fresh/dried sausages
Joe Tomato Mozzarella
Kontoulis Olive Oil
Luxx Chocolat
MOMO Dressing
Madura Farms
Megha Aanand Vegetarian Indian food NEW
Mrs. D's Mediterranean Delights
Pie Lady and Son
Pura Vida Fishery
SOHHA Yogurt
Steve's Country Kitchen
Taiim Falafel Shack
True Food
Yellow Bell Farm
What's for Dessert?
Wildseed Apothecary

Events

Music:
Matt Turk

Guest Tables:
Look for Diana Schiro, nutritional health coach, at the market this Saturday. Along with sharing her wisdom and cooking skills at the market she also teaches EAT MORE, WEIGH LESS, LIVE HEALTHIER through the New Castle Rec Dept.
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Library representatives will be at the market with the Menus in the Movies film series schedules. The first film, Alice’s Restaurant, is scheduled for 2/19 at 7pm.
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Pascale’s Blog

  • february 4, 2016

    Feeding football fans be they Broncos or Panthers

    …should be pretty easy come Sunday provided you stop by the farmer’s market tomorrow. The way I see it there are two ways you can go: prepare a spread for your guests made entirely of market nibbles: an ambitious cheese tray featuring gruyere and soft Chaource from Chaseholm Creamery, as well as a nutty gouda, an artisan blue and a wedge of Mancheli – a Manchego-like sheep’s milk cheese from The Cheese Guy. Don’t forget sliced saucisson sec from Jacuterie with an assortment of tangy pickled veggies from Deep Roots Farm. No Superbowl spread is complete without dip: enter the slightly smoky artichoke and pistachio dip from Steve’s Country Kitchen and the various hummus options from Taiim Mobile Shack. Make sure to pick up some of Taiim’s hummus chips and Bien Cuit’s traditional baguettes to accompany all of the above. As well as carrots from D & J. and fennel from Madura for dipping.

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