Early summer bounty from Abukar Family Farm
Abukar Family Farm, G
oranson Farm, MicroMainea , Oyster Creek Mushroom Co., Pleasant Pond Orchard, Popp Farm, Sparrow Farm, Tarbox Farm
Look for strawberries at Goranson and Popp Farms.
la, asparagus, beet greens, beets, braising greens, cabbage,
carrots, celeriac, cranberries , cucumbers, , flowers, garlic, garlic scapes, greens , herbs, kale, leeks, lettuce, microgreens, mushrooms, mustard greens, onions, pac choi, potatoes, radicchio, radishes, rhubarb, scallions, seedlings, shallots, spinach, sweet potatoes, sugar snap peas, tomatoes, tsatsoi, watercress, zucchini
Cruspy crunchy crackers for just about any partner from Galley goodies.
Beryls Pastries, Borealis Breads,Chase Farm Bakery, Galley Goodies, Galley Goodies-
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,
Steak and more steak (burger too) at Kelley Brothers Beef
Goranson Farm, Kelley Brothers Beef, Mainely Poultry,
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 and Shellfish
Maine Saltwater Creations,
Pemaquid Lobster & Seafood
fresh salmon , pollock, haddock,, mussels, oysters, clams,scallops, fish sticks, crab and salmon cakes,
Wicked good haddock at Pemaquid Seafood & Lobster
heese and Dairy
Appleton Creamery, Chase Farm ery, 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
At Fuzzy Udder, fresh creamy Brie adds a celebratory air
Preserved & Prepared Foods
Borealis Breads -
Coppertail Farm - cajita, caramels
- dried beans,maple
Jyang_Lee Oriental Specialties-
spring rolls, dumplings sauces, sesame noodles.
Maine Saltwater Creations
- fresh frozen
soups 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
- cranberry sauce,
relish, ketchup, fruit jam
Fragrant creamy soap at coppertail Farm soothes your skin, delights your senses
Big Barn Coffe
-locally roasted organic coffee
Coppertail Farm-goats milk soap
Eastern Plant Specialties-rhoddodendrons and other garden plants, native species
Goranson Farm-vegetable flower and herb seedlings
- 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
From the kitchen at Pemaquid Lobster
2 Salmon fillets (6-8 ounces per person)
cold water to cover
1 carrot, sliced
1 small onion, sliced
1 stalk of celery, sliced
2 lemon slices
1-2 sprigs of parsley
2 bay leaves
salt & pepper to taste
1 cup of dry white wine
1/2 of a lemon, juiced
In a large skillet, put carrot, onion, sliced celery, lemon slices, parsley and bay leaves.
Add the fish, water salt & pepper to taste, the wine and lemon juice. Bring the water to a boil, uncovered.
Turn the heat down to a simmer and let fish cook for 5 minutes.
Turn off heat and leave fish undisturbed for 10 minutes. Then remove it carefully to a serving platter.
Welcome too our Independence Day Market located just for today at Bath Iron Works in the North Parking Lot. Plenty of parking and room for pups (well behaved and leashed as usual) and people. Hours are still 8:30 to 12.
Good news from Dan at Big Barn, our treasurer:
"On July 1st only, Bath Farmers Market is giving $3 worth of market tokens
the first seventeen BIW employees who show their BIW ID at the market
information booth. This is to support the BIW Fit for Life program and to
our appreciation to BIW for letting us use their parking lot for the
We have so many choices for your holiday meals. Stock up on family favorites, or try something new on the grill or inthe salad bowl. Start celebrating with luscious breakfast options-make it special with fresh croissants, or fruit filled coffee cakes, chewy bagels , muffins of every description, flavorful scones, and of course fresh donuts.
We wish you a happy holiday. It's nice to reflect on the principles of independence, liberty and justice for all. I still believe, that despite the many challenges we face as a nation, it is good to strive and aim for the rights of you and your neighbor to disagree and still enjoy, respect and befriend one another. One of the best ways to do that is with food. And so, bon appetit!
Stop and meet our newest member
From our vendors-specials, sales, news
Strawberries abound at Popps, and they have a pick your own option as well
Out this week: E
astern Plant Specialties, Jyang_Lee Oriental Specialties, MicroMainea
Welcome back David Popp. He;s got tons of strawberries. .And he should have raspberries in a couple of weeks, and some blush cherries too
Larry at Pleasant Pond has lovely homemade country fudge, chocolate and blonde. It melts in your month. Scoop up a pile to leave in a bowl for hungry kids and kids at heart.
Treat yourself to real fudge at Pleasant Pond Orchard
Nanne at Meadowcroft writes: "Will be there! With lamburger and sausage on sale for the fourth! Save $1/pound." and look for her blanket sales and rainbows of sea dyed wool.
From Caitlin at Appleton Creamery:We will have the FIRST of the season basil chèvre, thanks to Goranson Farm!" And they do have the brochures for the new Midcoast Cheese Trail..
.Chase Farm and Bakery will celebrate Heritage Days with " lots of donuts, Blueberry ,bumbleberry, strawberry rhubarb pies and your other favorite flavors. Biscuits for shortcake, muffins and scones. Greek yogurt, raw milk and
mozzarella" One stop shopping for an old fashioned farm fest!
Fresh butter, yogurt and mozzarella at chase Farm
Over at Fuzzy Udder the sheep's milk yogurt offers luxe morning meals with-of course-fresh strawberries..Yogurt is popular here-Coppertail features goats milk flavored with caramei or maple, or stop at Chase Farm for creamy raspberry flavored made with cows milk .Kefir is available at Coppertail as well, if you love a cool creamy refresher...
Ccompleting our cool drink repertoire, stop at Big Barn Coffee for a cup of their delicious cold brew iced coffee (pick up some beans and make your own at home!)
Hen of the Woods, Oysters (king and regular) and Shiitake mushrooms are among the standouts at Oyster Creek right now.
First sugar snap peas lure their fans at Goranson Farms
Remember, Mainely Poultry has a full selection of duck and chicken parts, as well as their popular chicken salad,
Garlic scapes at Gracies Garden are great for just about any salad or summer sauce you can imagine. Try them on potatoes or rice pilaf, flavoring an oil, as a garnish for a tasty steak from Springdale Farm-look for Ebans sales too if you're stocking for the grill.
Cloud Nine is back at Hahns End, with it's creamy washed rind and spreadable texture. Try it on toasted ciabatta from Hootenanny.
Welcome back to Nanne and her lovely wares at Meadowcroft
As well as hanging out in the kitchen, Tracey and Tom at Pemaquid are busy stocking up on celebratory oysters,mussels, crabmeat and scallops, and do try the smoked whitefish pate.
Baby zucchini at Abukar are great for skewers-try them with some of his pretty leeks and new potatoes for a veggie grill.
From Jan Goranson:"We are in full swing on the farm...organic strawberries abound, peas are being picked, and a large assortment of greens are ready,,,a slow start but with the long days and warm nights crops like our sweet corn and tomatoes are catching up.
In our cooler we've got fresh chicken grown organically. They will only be fresh through this weekend. We take coolers of them to the markets so be sure to ask."