Colorful Cauliflower and Crisp Celery from Sparrow
, Goranson Farm, MicroMainea, Mindful Gardens, New Roots Farm, Oyster Creek Mushroom Co., Pleasant Pond Orchard, Popp Farm, Sparrow Farm, Tarbox Farm
- Apples, arugula, beet greens, beets, , bok choi, braising greens, broccoli & broccolini, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, chard, cranberries, eggplant, fennel, flowers, garlic, greens , herbs, horseradish, kale, kohlrabi, leeks, lettuce, microgreens, mushrooms, onions, pac choi, parsnips, peppers all colors, hot, large, small, potatoes, radicchio, radishes, scallions, spinach, string beans, green, purple and yellow, tsatsoi, winter squash, zucchini
Fresh pretzels and a few whole wheat croissants lure the early marketeer at Hootenanny
Beryls Pastries, Borealis Breads,Chase Farm Bakery
breads: bagels, baguettes, bialys, sourdough, wholegrain, anadama, ciabatta, focaccia, cinnamon raisin, olive, buckwheat, seeded and blended, savory tarts, breadsticks, concha,croissants, dinner rolls, English muffins, cakes, hand pies, cookies, scones, tarts, doughnuts, tartlets, quiches, brownies, muffins, coffee cakes , pizza dough, pretzels
Boneless turkey breast, versatile, lean and always available at Pine Tree Poultry
Brothers Beef, Mainely Poultry, Meadowcroft, Old Narrow Gauge Farm, Pine Tree Poultry, Springdale Farm, Tarbox Farm
duck, pork , turkey,
whole, cut , ground
marrow bones, suet
bacon, hams, pork belly,
hocks (fresh & smoked), sausage
Fish & Shellfish
Maine Saltwater Creations,
Pemaquid Lobster & Seafood
fresh salmon , pollock, haddock, swordfish, mussels, oysters, clams, scallops, fish sticks, crab and salmon cakes, picked crab and lobster meat.
Fresh butter, a food group all it's own, from Chase Farm!
Cheese and Dairy
Appleton Creamery, Chase Farm , Coppertail Farm, Fuzzy Udder Creamery, Hahns End, Springdale Farm
cows milk cheese, goats milk cheese,
hard & soft, marinated and spiced,
fresh and aged
feta, mozzarella, ricotta, cream cheese,
butter, cows milk(raw), yogurt
Goranson Farm, Mainely Poultry, Shepherds & Such, Sparrow Farm
Garlic Lovers Sauce, one of several guaranteed to brighten your winter-get them at Jyang__Lee this weekend.
Preserved and Prepared Foods
Borealis Breads -
Coppertail Farm - cajeta, caramels
Goranson Farm -
dried beans, maple
Gracies Garden -
vegetables, kvass, pickles
Jyang_Lee Oriental Specialties-
spring rolls, dumplings sauces, sesame noodles
Maine Saltwater Creations -
and chowders, fish cakes and sticks, casseroles and meatballs
Old Narrow Gauge Farm-
vegetables, pickles relishes, wildflower
& fruit syrups and pastes, fruit jams jellies, seasonal items
Pemaquid Lobster & Seafood-
fish and shellfish loaves , shellfish cakes, chowders, bisques, dips, stock, casseroles & pies
Pine Tree Poultry-
turkey pizza, empanadas, pies, soup, sliced or whole breast
Pleasant Pond Orchard
maple syrup, granola, beeswax
Sparrow Farm -
relish, ketchup, fruit jam
Go to Maine Saltwater to find the autumnal pumpkin chili they have become! And check out the sweet potato & leek with ginger as well
Big Barn Coffee
-locally roasted organic coffee
rm-goats milk soap
Handraised wool, sea dyed and available in skeins or individually designed clothing & blankets
Shepherds & Such -
beeswax candles, felted goods, buttons, wax flowers, jewelry, smudge and more
- goats milk soap at Appleton Creamery
Tic Tac Taco
-fresh salsa at Oyster Creek
Tarbox is hiring
Enjoy being part of a thriving organic food scene? Talk to Angie or Kyle at Tarbox Farm-they are looking for part time help with a variety of farm tasks-and are happy to work with your skills and interests. Be part of a passionate and dynamic organic farm effort in a really pretty part of Maine. Talk to them at the market, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out their website at
or find them on facebook.
This is it-our last week outdoors til May-the months have slipped by at the speed of light. Starting next wek we will be happily ensconced in our winter home at the Bath Freight Shed-just a few minutes and 127 steps south towards the bridge. You can't miss the signs on the long gray building just behind the Customs House. And lots of parking, plus a heated loo! How much better does winter in Maine get?
While fall veggies are pouring in-there are still a few tomatoes, peppers and eggplant around, and a few other late summer prizes. Buy 'em now and freeze for February!
The Rotary Club will be here for their last week, selling spring bulbs. Still time to plant, as late as Thanksgiving usually and its warm, soooo...stock up on spring beauty. .
Happy t shirts from Fuzzy Udder make great stocking stuffers. they have lunch boxes too!
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Want to pick your own cranberries- on Thursday, Friday & Sunday. Call Dave Popp at 737 4351 to let them know you want to come and then go all the way to the house at the end of the road and beat on the door. Picking is good til the end of the month or the first hard frost. And beaucoup savings.
Rememnber, Coppertail, Hawthorne and Thistle, and Mana Medicinals will be joining us for the winter market. Leaving for the winter are Fuzzy Udder Creamery, Jyang_Lee Oriental Specialties, New Roots Farm, and Popp Farm. So stock up on the things you love from these vendors.
Sisters Soap, made smooth and soft on your skin with goats milk, at Appleton Creamery
Pemaquid Lobster and Seafood has hit the jackpot with it's smoked whitefish and salmon pates. Creamy and full of delicate but genuine flavor, these sell out rapidly. Get there early for sure.
Springdale Farm specializes in tender rose veal, offering a broad range of cuts. Plan a special meal around this traditional delicacy. Make a light sauce with the last of the summer tomatoes-if there are just a few more, and serve with braised fennel or broccolini and a crunchy baguette from Borealis.
Caitlin at Appleton Creamery has some silky fresh yogurt and her own feta on offer right now. Try the soaps made by her sister-so soft and smooth-good for sensitive skin.
Sea Trials, another innovative and delicious cheese from Hahns End
New Roots is going out with a bang-green globes of early brussels sprouts on long stalks, and great deals on greens and root veggies. Dave Popp has lots of nice peppers and some mighty spaghetti squashes too. Much of what these growers offer is safe in a root cellar for a while, so grab it before they go.
Fuzzy Udder's cheeses will keep for a few weeks;. Check with them aobut which might be freezable. An freezing works well with the dumplings, crab rangoon, and egg rolls at Jyang_Lee; try some of Angelas sauces too-they brighten up a whole range of foods. Those garden tiles she has make great gifts, by the way.
Hahns End is feturing Sea Trials, with a gloriously dark rind and richtexture and taste. Try some soon. And don't forget their signature Eeanor Buttercup, a tender treat, and so nice melted on a slab of grainy something from Hootenanny or Borealis.
Just a few of the plethora of peppers at Popps Farm
Tarbox is growing an ode to brassicas-napa and green and red cabbages, broccoli broccolin and cauliflower, kales
and bok choi. All quite happy to support the transition to fall weather and complex bowls and stews...
MicroMainear Mainea shold be back this week, so stop and pick up some light and leafy flavor bombs from Judy-she has great serving suggestions, please pick her fine culinary brain!
Sparrow Farm continues to bring in those brightly colored cauliflowers- great taste and utility and a table brightener par excellence. Their cranberries and farm made cranberry sauces are coming too,so happily cut a corner with their fresh preserves.
At Shepherds & Such, pick up smudge to clarify the air and lend strength to your dreams
At Hootenanny the bagels and bialys are looking especially fine. And don't forget that nothing says Saturday morning like a fresh chewy pretzel with JUST the right sprinkle of chunky salt...
Want your favorite potatoes, squash or beets? Variety rules at Goranson Farm, so happily plan your holiday feast while waiitng to pay for that lovely maple syrup and their addictive braising greens.
At Shepherds and Such Kim has added yet another smudge-maple, designed to enhance balance in your life. Sounds sweet, and finally a use for all those maple leaves! Her bee, bird, butterfly and tree candles make nice accents for our holiday tables too,
Check out Beryls for her savory quiches-retrurning for the winter. And those were DIVINE triple chocolate cupcakes she brought in last week, I mean, really..
Red Beans and Rice was one of the first to make music for us here at the market, and their versatility and range continue to feed our spirits. Enjoy their sweet sounds chasing the morning mist.