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When Seasons Collide

“We know that in September, we will wander through the warm winds of summer's wreckage. We will welcome summer's ghost.”
― Henry Rollins

This is that strange, slightly schizophrenic time of year when we crave cool, crisp days and but hate to bid adieu to the culinary delights of summer. The good news is you can have your pie, and eat it to!
You can savor sliced tomatoes and sweet corn with your meal, and enjoy a slice of apple pie for dessert. These are the days when zucchini, cucumbers, peppers, peaches, eggplant and the other gifts of summer mingle with Fall's hardier produce... think pears, apples, and butternut squash. And the season's first garlic is here now too, and that means Garlic Fest can't be far behind (October 6th & 7th in fact). Come experience the best of both seasons this Saturday!
POP Club
Farmers are Rock Stars!
This week's POP Club activity encourages kids to meet the market's true superstars, our farmers! Stop by the POP Club table and pick up your farmer autograph sheet and then go meet the farmers! This week's stars are Farmer Ben at Scholl Orchards, Farmer Jess at Salvaterra's Gardens, Farmer Brie at Blooming Glen Farm, and Farmer George at Pheasant Hill Farm. Collect all four autographs and you'll earn $4 in POP Bucks!

Sign up for the kids POP Club at the EFM INFO tent
Eating with the Seasons
Mushroom & Lentil Bolognaise

This is a nice recipe for transitioning into Fall and any of Primordia's mushroom's would work nicely here. It calls for canned tomato paste but we'd recommend making your own with the abundance of fresh tomatoes still available at the market!

Love your Farmers
Peace Tree Farm
Peace Tree recipe for happiness:
Plant joy!
Grow abundance!
Find peace in the soil.
Share the love.
Feed the birds, butterflies, and bumble bees.
Gratitude abounds.
Backyard Growers
Ed was out in the scorching heat picking the season's first Gala apples this week! Get there early for first picks. And look for some pumpkins for pie bakers too.

Comfrey is this week's featured perennial. It's a good compost activator, will die back to the ground in the winter, and does not get woody. Because of its deep tap root, Comfrey is extremely drought tolerant and a useful clay busting plant. It produces violet, pink or creamy yellow flowers. And be sure to Ask about the Hummingbird Mint Blue Boa!
Primordia Mushroom Farm
Tastes like Chicken!
Primordia will have Chicken of the Woods this Saturday.
This summer/fall woodland is remarkable in its chicken-like flavor and texture. If you have not yet tried it, come check it out!

Photo: Young mushroom farmer Elijah cloning a wild chicken of the woods for forest cultivation

Scholl Orchards

Ben asked that I share these four important words with you: SUMMER IS NOT OVER! With ninety degree temps that should be obvious, right? Scholls says to heck with winter squash and pumpkins, they're still talkin' peaches, plums, tomatoes (lots of tomatoes), zucchini, cukes, and melons. In fact, the best melon of all (in your EFM market manager's humble opinion) arrives this weekend - CANARY MELLON! And, because it is September after all, you'll find Bartlett pears and Honeycrisp apples, and the first Gala and Macs of the season arrive tomorrow!
Salvaterra's Gardens
Escarole, Pak Choy and Green Cabbage arrive this week at Salvaterra's. Try this recipe for Escarole and White Bean Saute.
Farm Fresh
Farmstand Recipes
It's Back....
The Zippy Zucchini Salad is making another round! Made with Scholl Orchard zucchini, local yellow summer squash, carrots, red onion tossed in a sweet chili dressing. And in case you didn't get a chance to try them last weekend, Sunflower Butter Bites with cranberries, chocolate chips, and sunflower seeds will be available at the Farmstand Recipe tent. When you buy two salads, energy bites are only $1! Stop by to see what other vegan salads their volunteer has out to sample. 

***     A portion of proceeds from every sale will benefit the Easton Hunger Coalition to support the coalition’s new initiative to develop and serve meal kits to those in our community who are food insecure .   ***

Jenny's Kuali
Creamy butternut squash soup-butternut squash, ginger, onion, in a tom yum (lemon grass) coconut base  $5
Turnip rice cake- steamed rice cake with shredded turnip and pan fry $3
CKT- Chow Kuey Teow (vegetables)-flat rice noodles stir fried with bean sprouts, bean curd, bak choy,snow peas, red bell pepper, broccoli and chili spiced  $7
Sweet potato glutinous rice ball filled with red bean  $2

And don't forget Jenny's signature sauces and spread: Ginger garlic cream cheese spread-$5 (8 oz); Jars of ginger garlic sauce $9 (8.5 oz),
 $5 (4oz), $2 (1.5 oz).
Tolino Vineyards
Tolino is featuring one of their most popular wines this weekend - 050. This sweet white wine is made from 100% Niagara grapes. It has candied lemon aromas and a sweet fruity body.  Great served chilled on warm September day. 
Doggie Delights
Tomblers Bakery
Apple Pie!
Apple pies are back!!! First of the season!!! Apple crumb, Apple Tart, Apple covered, Apple Lattice. Please call ahead to order if you would like Tomblers to hold a pie for you. (484) 515-9968
This may be the last week for Chicken Corn Chowder Pasties. Get them while they last. Also, don't forget about the other nine varieties of pasties, and pierogies and pizza crusts too!
The Dining Dog & Friends

Banana Oatmeal Cream Pies
Your pooch will love these beautifully matched banana and oatmeal cream pies. Only the freshest ingredients!
Peanut butter Banana Pupovers
Dining Dog's housemade peanut butter and fresh bananas make the best dog treat.
Music, Art & Crafts
Locally Grown Music
Billy Bauer: 10am - Noon
Billy Bauer picked up a guitar after listening to a Dave Matthews/Tim Reynolds album, and as they say, the rest is history. He says he didn't intend on being a musician; however, that changed when he bought an acoustic guitar, and following the advice of his father, turned sorrow into songwriting. Billy is one of the first musical acts to support the fresh and local music scene at EFM and we are happy to have him return again this season. Don't miss Billy and his original music this Saturday at the Music Tent from 10 am to 12 noon on the north lawn of the Circle.
Sing N Move
with Miss Lena

Bring your child to the market this Saturday to celebrate the joy of music with Miss Lena of Sing N Move. It's educational and fun! Watch the children dance along with the music under the trees on the south lawn of the Circle as Miss Lena helps nurture their natural musical instincts. It's fun for the whole family!!
Artists in the ACE Tent
Check out ACE Artist on Call: Aryn Coyle the Riverside Festival of the Arts poster winner 2018! She'll have replicas of the poster for you to recreate or newly create the colors of the poster art. PLUS... “Sculpting With Impasto Paint” Live Demonstration of painting with texture and one complimentary greeting card per family. All this in one location and FREE! **Buy a poster to support RFA also available at the tent!**
Can you Handle the Heat?
The market will be sizzling next Saturday with our 12th Annual Chile Pepper Day. Highlighting the day is our 10 Ten Deadly Peppers Hot Pepper Eating Contest. For entry details click here!
Martin Guitar Raffle 2018

C.F. Martin OME Cherry - crafted in Nazareth, PA and made with Pennsylvania cherrywood, the guitar is valued at $2500. It's Forest Sustanability Council (FSC) certified and comes with a molded hard-shell case.

Stop by this Saturday and hear for yourself, and take a chance. Tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20. Proceeds support the the Easton Market District's music program. Drawing December 15, 2018.
Zero Waste Festivals?
Help us Make it Happen!
Our composting program is growing at an astounding rate! And we're averaging close to 1500lbs. per week. Our next goal is to tackle the Fall festivals and work toward zero waste celebrations!

We're now seeking Scrappy Scrappers to volunteer at our Composting/Recycling Stations at Easton Garlic Fest (October 6th & 7th) and at PA Bacon Fest (November 3rd & 4th). Help us reduce waste at Easton's two biggest events of the year! Email: to volunteer for a fest!
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