Weekly E-Update 
March 10, 2017

Market Fresh Finds for 
St. Patrick's Day!

"Laughter is Brightest where Food is Best."
-Irish Proverb

The bad news is greens will be in short supply this week as the cold weather has slowed production at Asbury Village Farm. Robyn and Steve promise to be back on March 25th. 

The good news is that if you're looking for sweet and savory delights to celebrate the wearin' o the green, then you're in luck! You'll find all the ingredients for a hardy Colcannon, or that must have corned beef and cabbage. Don't miss the Irish Soda Bread and scones at Flour Shop Bakery. And be sure to stop by Valley Milkhouse for some farm fresh butter or creme fraiche to compliment those Irish treats. Hmm, and how about some herbal tea from Fieldstone too! 

This week's vendor line-up includes:
  1. Breakaway Farms
  2. Easton Salsa Co.
  3. Fieldstone Coffee Roasters & Tea
  4. Flour Shop Bakery
  5. Primordia Farm
  6. Purely Farm
  7. Scholl Orchards
  8. Stagecoach Apiaries
  9. Valley Milkhouse

Be a Winter Warrior!

It's gonna be 
a cold one this Saturday, 
but don't let that stop you 
from buying local.
As a reward for coming out and supporting our farmers and vendors, we're offering a Winter Warrior Special. Stop by the INFO Cart and mention the Winter Warrier Ad to Market Manager Liz Wyant 
and you'll get a $3 coupon
valid for use with any vendor!

*** Offer Valid for March 11th Only ***

Winter Recipes 
to Warm your Heart & Soul

Cheesy Leftover Mashed Potato Pancakes
We recommend serving these with a generous dollop of creme fraiche from Valley Milkhouse!

Featured Vendors of the Week

Breakaway Farms 
Corned Beef & Cabbage

The Farmer, The Butcher, The Corned Beef Maker will be at market this week! Team Breakaway has everything you need to celebrate St. Patty's Day & more. Come see Farmer Nate & Pick up your Grass Fed Corned Beef Brisket! 

Valley Milkhouse
Lady Slipper

This weekend, Stefanie will have her 4 month Lady's Slipper! This version of their cider washed cheese is sweet, nutty and a touch yeasty on the rind from a local cider wash. Come by for a sample! Stefanie will also be offering creme fraiche and buttermilk and Witchgrass is back this week too!

You can read 
Stefanie's latest blog post here: www.valleymilkhouse.com.


Flour Shop Bakery
Irish Specialties

This is NOT a week you want to miss the market! Mary will  have some glorious limited edition goodies honoring the emerald isle. Look for Irish Soda Bread and Scones, cabbage strudel, and hot, Roasted Cauliflower and Potato soup. Enjoy some soup at the market or get some to go!

Purely Farm
Artisanal  Sausage is Back!

Purely Farm's unique and tasty line of Artisanal Sausage is surely making a comeback.  The most recent additions are Purple Rain & Garlic Lamb.   Purple Rain  is a unique blend of grated organic red beets, imported French feta and of course, Purely Pork. Garlic Lamb  sausage is a mouthwatering blend of Purely Lamb with a healthy dose of garlic, toasted pine nuts, thyme, oregano and red wine mixed with a touch of Purely Pork.These sausages are sure to amaze your taste buds.  Stop by to check out Purely Farm's assortment of the best "farrow-to-finish" pork around and cook up a special surprise for your family and friends this weekend!

Local Food Events...

Maple Syrup Open House
Saturday & Sunday March 11th & 12th
10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Once a year our friends at Dutch Hill Preserves open up their Pocono sugarshack and property to give free tours to the public. Don your boots and take a wintry walk in the woods and to see the journey of maple sugaring from tree to table. Tap a tree, taste the delicious final product and sample some other goodies containing their maple syrup. It's so much fun the kids won't even know its educational! Get direction and more info here.

Morning Conversations on FOOD
Wednesday March 15th, 9:00 am
This Month: 
"Exploring the Use of Local Campus Food Surplus"
Marie Fechik-Kirk, Director of Sustainability, Lafayette College, will present information about how the college community is assessing and addressing surplus food on campus and its potential for diversion to local agencies serving the food insufficient.  The presentation will be followed by an informal roundtable discussion including opportunities to debate potential solutions to use surplus food to reduce local food insufficiency and lessen food waste.   
The Easton Hunger Coalition invites you to join them for "Morning Conversation on FOOD" at the Easton Public Market every third Wednesday at 9:00 am. 

Our Sponsor, Free Bridge Realty 
is Celebrating 3 Years!

Our Sponsors & Partners
Please support the companies, businesses and organizations that help make the Easton Farmers' Market possible. 

Easton Farmers' Market is a Program of Greater Easton Development Partnership

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