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Weekly Update
November 11, 2017
 
 
We'll Warm your Heart & Soul 


We're not going to sugar coat it, it's gonna be a cold one tomorrow. But PLEASE don't let that stop you from coming down and shaking the hand that feeds you.  The market is going to be chock full of SO much goodness! Our farmers will be harvesting all day today. Our bakers will be baking, and our cooks will be cooking... all to bring you the very best food possible. So bundle up and come soak up some sunshine and EFM love. Happy music will be flowing and there will be plenty of warm smiling faces.

We're offering DOUBLE PUNCHES on the reward cards again this week and a FREE market bag to anyone who arrives before 10am. And remember - for some vendors it will be their last appearance of the season, so be sure to stock up! 



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Farm-Fresh Fall Recipes: 
Baked Stuffed Acorn Squash  
 
 

With beans, corn and grated gruyere, this New York Times recipe can definitely serve as a hearty main dish on cold winter nights.


WHAT'S FRESH THIS WEEK
Just Picked - Fresh Baked - Pickled - Brewed   
FEATURED VENDORS
 
Aladdin

Sam's Mom has cooked up a pot of her hearty homemade split pea soup for the chilly weekend ahead. This delicious family recipe is vegetarian and vegan friendly and super nourishing.




Valley Milkhouse
Hello Haloumi!

All new! Grillable, fryable, devour-able haloumi made by hand here at le Milkhouse. Come check it out this weekend!!!!



Tomblers Bakery
Pasties, Pies & Perogies!

Tomblers pasties are featured in the latest issue of Lehigh Valley style, and with good reason! They are perfect for these cold days- warm comfort food ready made - just heat and eat! Choose from nine different varieties.

If it's pie you crave, look for pumpkin and apple Pies, and Apple Dumplettes (if you didn't get enough at the Bacon Fest). And don't forget perogies and ready to use pizza crusts too.

 
 
Turkey Time!

Breakaway Farms has pastured, non-GMO, fresh turkeys available for your holiday meals. Be sure to stop by and see Peter and Emma and find out how to order your Thanksgiving turkey.


BaD Farm
Cream Cheese Dips!

Just in time for your Thanksgiving Dinner, cream cheese dips and spreads! They are great as a dip with crackers, pretzels, or veggies, they are awesome on the top of a baked potato or even in your potato filling. Dave will also have plain cream cheese for those delicious desserts you're planning. Why not take a cheese plate along to Thanksgiving day to snack on while the turkey is still cooking? And remember, Bad Farm's plain yogurt can be used in replacement of mayo or as a fresh fruit dip. Don't forget eggs and raw milk. Beef will be on sale: $1.00 off ground beef and hamburger patties. Stock up for the long cold winter ahead. This will be BAD FARM's second to last week at the market so stock up now! 



Scholl Orchards

Believe it or not, Ben and crew just picked the last of the peppers and eggplant from the fields this week. They still have some tomatoes from the high tunnels but the cold weather is bringing summer to an abrupt stop.

Look for loads of apples for eating and baking and plenty of juicy pears too. Scholl's was wiped out of cider after Bacon Fest so they've been busy pressing apples all week long. And with these frigid temps you're gonna want to fill a crock pot with cider and sip on it all weekend long!


Jenny's Kuali
 *Last Appearance of the Season


This is Jenny's last Saturday of the season so come on down and stock up on all your favorites - including some jars of Jenny's famous garlic ginger sauce for holiday gifts!

This week's soup special is Fried wonton in tom yum broth- a hint of spicy lemon grass/coconut broth with Chinese celery (yu choy). Choose from prawn-fried wontons or vegetable-fried wontons $5
You'll also find a Steamed bao bun - sweet bun wrapped with jicama, black fungus, carrots, and cellophane noodles (vegan)  $2. Another yummy option are the Chick peas fritters - seasoned with cumin, chili and herbs in a patty and served with cucumber mint dipping sauce $3. 
Malaysian Curry Vegetables are served with Jenny's famous red curry with cabbages, broccoli, snow peas, bell pepper, tomatoes, potatoes, tofu and onion $7. Opt for brown or white rice $1. 
This week's dessert is tapioca pudding with fresh banana-cooked in coconut milk  $3

Remember, you can find Jenny's fab food all winter long at their restaurant located at on 102 E. 4th Street the south side of Bethlehem. And be sure to check out their feature article in the latest issue of Lehigh Valley Style!
 
Salvaterra's Gardens


Cold weather means outstanding spinach and that's what you'll find this week at Salvaterra's. Jess recommends pairing it with some Primordia mushrooms and making a honey vinaigrette using Pete's famous honey! 

 
Lemon Tree Lane
Pumpkin Gnocchi!
*Last Appearance of the Season

Heidi's Alaskan red salmon salad is great for sandwiches and her homemade soups will warm your heart and soul on these chilly days. Choose from creamy Awesome Seafood Chowder; Cajun Seafood Chowder; Italian Lentil soup; Tuscan turkey & cheese tortellini soup or Broccoli & Red lentil bisque. Looking for some quick and easy dinner options? Try the Old Fashioned Hamburger BBQ; Cabbage & Noodles or hearty Pot Pies. There will be Raviolis this week too, along with Pumpkin Gnocchi; Sweet Potato Gnocchi; ...and more! 

 
 
Blooming Glen Farm

Brussel sprouts continue this week, along with sweet carrots, radishes, butternut squash, kale, chard, chicory mix arugula, crispy lettuces, cabbage and garlic. Try this recipe for One Pot Chicory Soup!

 
Vendor Absences 11-11-17:
Pheasant Hill Farm/Portch Tea

Vendors finished for the Season:
Beechwood Orchards
Backyard Growers
Peace Tree Farm
Sycamore Grille

 


Upcoming Events...  
From Bacon to Bourbon!
 


A bourbon tasting like no other at Easton's Historic Pomfret Club, in support of the Greater Easton Development Partnership!

Only 250 Tasting Tickets available!

The $100 ticket includes 20 unique tastes of premium/collectible bourbons, a take-home notebook for tasting notes, a pubfare lunch at the Pomfret Club with craft beer from Two Rivers Brewing, and entry to a raffle to win a bottle of Pappy Van Winkle's Family Reserve 20 year, as well as a chance to win a couple other collectible bottles.

The tasting is slated to include quarter ounce pours of Jim Beam Distillers Masterpiece, Elijah Craig 18 year, Jefferson Ocean, Orphan Barrel Rhetoric 23 Year Old, and 16 other special bottles.




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