Weekly E-Update 
February 10, 2017

Treat your Valentine to a
Farm Fresh


Nothing says I
love you like a home-cooked meal - especially when its prepared with foods grown and made with so much love and care. How about a juicy steak from Breakaway Farms or a tender Turkey London Broil from Purely Farms. Whip up some Scholl Orchards red potatoes and grab some fresh winter greens from Asbury Village Farm. Flour Shop Bakery will take care of dessert and don't forget some freshly roasted coffee from Fieldstone!  

This week's vendor line-up includes:

  1. Asbury Village Farm
  2. Breakaway Farms
  3. Easton Salsa Co.
  4. Fieldstone Coffee Roasters & Tea
  5. Flour Shop Bakery
  6. Pickle licious
  7. Primordia Farm
  8. Purely Farm
  9. Scholl Orchards
  10. Stagecoach Apiaries
  11. Valley Milkhouse

Winter Recipes 
to Warm your Heart & Soul

Chickpea & Tatsoi Coconut Curry
A warm comforting soup from "Dishing up the Dirt" 

Featured Vendor of the Week
Breakaway Farms 
Special Offer
Need something to warm your home & fill it with that sweet 'smoked' aroma?! This week you can try Breakaway's brand new Smoked Ham Hock recipes for FREE, with a $35 purchase. Come see Farmer Nate at market and get yours!  
Upcoming Market District Events...

Tweak Your Sweets
Saturday February 11th
2:00 - 3:30 pm
Easton Public Market
Is your love for desserts derailing your diet? It doesn't have to! Join Carrie Havranek in the Kitchen this Saturday from 2-3:30pm and learn how to "Tweak your Sweets." Discover how to make your favorite desserts gluten free and lower in sugar (without the use of artificial sweeteners), just in time for Valentine's Day. Classic chocolate cake, cookies and other treats will be featured. Class will incorporate hands-on elements, tasting, education, recipes and demos; includes recipes, and samples. $15/pp, Presented by Carrie Havranek of Dharma Kitchen$15/pp
Register Online 

Morning Conversations on FOOD
Wednesday February 15th, 9:00 am
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. The program will continue monthly and explore topics on food, our local food systems, food justice, food waste, food recovery, hunger, etc.

Low Cost Winter Cooking 
Wednesday February 15th 
6:00 - 7:00 pm 
Easton Public Market

Learn about low-cost seasonal cooking with Buy Fresh Buy Local of the Greater Lehigh Valley and Chef Cody Dally! Chef Cody will be demonstrating a Kale Salad w/ Honey Balsamic Vinaigrette, and Parsnip, Roasted Garlic, and White Bean Soup w/ "Dundore and Heister" Italian Sausage and Kale. It is sure to be a delicious event which includes a tour of the Highmark Farmstand. Attendees using their ACCESS/EBT cards will also learn how to Double their SNAP dollars at the Farmstand!

FreeSeating is limited! Please RSVP to Allison Czapp: allison@nurturenaturecente
r.org or 610-216-7659. 

Sponsor Events 

Film Screening: Love Thy Nature 
Thursday February 16th, 7:00 pm 
At Nurture Nature Center, 518 Northampton Street
A cinematic journey that shows that a renewed connection with nature is key not only
to our well being, but also to solving our climate and environmental crises.
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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