America's Oldest, Continuous Open-Air Market, est. 1752

Saturdays, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
(First hour reserved for those with underlying health conditions and ages 65+)
On the Riverfront at Scott Park
130 Larry Holmes Drive, Easton, PA

Free Parking - Rain or Shine - EBT Accepted

The following was taken from Portch Tea's weekly e-update. Beautiful words that bear repeating. Thanks Don.

The Good Stuff
We have noticed the beginnings of a shift in the world around us as backyard cookouts and small gatherings sprout up with the warmth of the sun. Plenty of uncertainty, worry, desperation and misinformation remain and opinions swarm relentlessly. But this weekend, let's bring it back to center. Whatever your thoughts on all of this, we are lucky to be here thinking those thoughts. And whoever the people are in our safe circles of friends and family, we're lucky to be surrounded by our little tribes. So celebrate having each other this weekend. It’s a simple enough idea, yet we almost always take it for granted. And we almost never remember the sacrifices required of others from which we benefit. 
Eat. Drink. Appreciate. This is the good stuff. 

-Don Devault, Portch Tea

We look forward to seeing you all on the riverfront tomorrow - rain or shine.

Find us at Scott Park, on Larry Holmes Drive from 9am-1pm* (first hour for those at risk, and seniors aged 65+). FREE PARKING - Masks required. Please maintain 6' distance from other shoppers. Dogs not permitted in market area at this time.
Keeping it Real
On Thursday evening I tuned into a virtual author talk presented by our friends at Nurture Nature Center. The featured author was Ben Cohen, a professor at Lafayette College (and a market regular). The book was Pure Adulteration: Cheating on Nature in the Age of Manufactured Food . It's a thought provoking read that brings up a myriad of questions surrounding the history of the industrialized food system. It turns out that Americans were questioning food safety and manufacturing as far back as the late nineteenth century. Part of the reason I bring this up is that Ben started off the discussion with these three words: trust, authenticity, and sincerity. The very virtues that farmers' markets strive to embody.

There is so much to contend with in the world right now. And when it comes to making decisions regarding the food you purchase, our goal is to be able to provide you with a sense of confidence, and peace of mind. The Easton Market District Advisory Council vets all our vendors. We inspect our farms, looking at growing practices, and animal welfare, and verifying all certifications. We make it our business to know all our businesses. If they're selling at EFM it's because we trust who they are and what they sell. The City of Easton Health Dept. and the Pennsylvania Dept. of Agriculture provide additional layers of protection.

The Easton Farmers' Market is here to offer you an authentic food shopping experience. And although you can't ' shake the hand that feeds you' right now, you can still ask our farmers (and our staff) all the questions you want. Email: for more info.

***Shop Local***
You can purchase Ben Cohen's book at our local independent book store Book & Puppet Co.
Savory Seasonal Recipes
Grilled Thai Curry Chicken Skewers
w/ Coconut Peanut Sauce
From Once Upon a Chef
Pair these flavor packed kabobs with some grilled bok choy with sesame and a creamy cilantro lime slaw for a delicious Memorial Day dinner!

Vendor Spotlights
Our vendors are doing everything they can to adapt to the changing retail marketplace. Click here for online and pre-ordering options.
Grown with Love
Fresh Produce, Plants & Flowers
Salvaterra's Gardens
USDA Certified Organic
Turnip the Beet! Red beets arrive at Salvaterra's this weekend. So what does your farmer make for dinner? Jess shared that this week she made honey glazed beets (using Stagecoach Apiaries honey), and sauteed beet greens with garlic, lemon and feta cheese. Two easy side dishes from one bunch of beets!

You'll also find lettuce mix, spinach, arugula, red and green head lettuce, romaine, kale, collard greens, bok choy (see our recipe above), parsley, dill, carrots, radishes, and scallions.

Shop at the market or online at:
Phillips Farms
A 5th Generation Family Farm
Phillips Farms has a bounty of fresh-picked produce for your Memorial Day weekend.  New this week: Broccoli, Spring Garlic and Fennel. More customer favorites include hothouse Jersey Tomatoes, Asparagus, Lettuce, Bok Choy, Scallions, Kale, Swiss Chard, Broccoli Rabe, fresh herbs, potatoes, apples and Cider. Looking for flowers for your table? Phillips will have lovely White snowball Viburnum cut flowers and purple Hesperis.

Credit cards accepted.
Online ordering available at Choose Easton Farmers Market as your pickup location. $20 minimum order requested.
Cabbage Throw Farm
Certified Organic by NJ Dept. of Ag
New this week, "The Salad Lovers' Bag!' This bag will transport you to salad nirvana. It includes some of the most beautiful greens you've ever seen... green leaf head lettuce, spring mix, sugar snap pea microgreens, and spring radishes. Preorders are available online along with their weekly $20 Grab Bags. This week's Grab Bag includes Lacinato Kale, Scallions, Spring Mix, Purple Top Turnips, Spinach and Cilantro.
You'll also find baby greens, cooking greens, purple top turnips, bok choy, microgreens, radishes, cilantro, parsley, and more all at the Cabbage Throw Farm tent this weekend. Catch Farmers Dean & Em riverside and see if you can snag one of their limited supply of broccoli rabe!

Pre-order online at:
Scholl Orchards
Family Owned Since 1948
It's all about fresh asparagus and rhubarb right now! Try these Rhubarb Crisp Bars for your Memorial Day Weekend dessert!

Also on the table this week... golden and red beets, cabbage, carrots, onions, potatoes (red and white), radishes, sweet spring scallions, shallots, sweet potatoes, winter squash, and pink lady, Goldrush, Fuji, and Evercrisp apples, plus fresh pressed cider.
The Backyard Growers
EFM's Longest Running Vendor
As "Paul Revere" rides through Larry Holmes Drive, we hear him cry "The zinnias are coming! The zinnias are coming!"
See Richard for six packs of Magellan Zinnias in 6 different colors. Plus 6 varieties of marigolds; single potted Cocktail Begonias and Bacopa.
On the savory side, look for single potted peppers and tomatoes. Choose from: California Wonder, Sweet peppers (bull's horn shape)
Grape Tomatoes,Cherry Tomatoes,Tumbler Cherry Tomatoes (best for hanging baskets), Early Tomatoes, Mid Season, Beefsteak, Plum (paste), Low Acid, and Yellow (standard size).
From the Creamery
Cheese,Yogurt & Butter
Valley Milkhouse
An artisan creamery in the Heart of the Oley Valley
Valley Milkhouse handmade, grassfed cultured butter is BACK this week so be sure to stock up. Have you tried baking with Valley Milkhouse butter? Total game changer!

And guess what else is back... Foxtail Feta! Ohhh... and keep that Ironweed Haloumi coming Stef, EFM customers LOVE it! Try this recipe for Pan-Fried Haloumi with Greek Salad and Honey Lemon Dressing.
Raspberry Ridge
Sheep Creamery
Handcrafted Cheese & Yogurt
Rob is introducing a white truffle infused fresh cheese - a great Memorial Day appetizer to enjoy with your favorite beer or wine.  Rob is bringing the season's first Camelbah, a mild and creamy cheese with a bloomy white rind. And he'll have Sheep Feta cheese for your salads (goes great with beets). And as always, Raspberry Ridge will have their delicious yogurt and maple yogurt for those who love the rich taste of sheep milk yogurt.]

Just Baked
Sweet and Savory
Tomblers Bakery
Baking for 25 Years
Karen and her crew are happy to be back in the groove, doing what they love best - baking for you! They're featuring a special "mini" pastie this week; 'Shepards Pie' - homemade shepards pie filling topped with fresh mashed potatoes all wrapped up in flaky pastry crust. Tomblers own rhubarb is thriving so look for 4 varieties of rhubarb pies available this week! Choose from Rhubarb Crumb, Strawberry Rhubarb, Rhubarb Custard and, NEW Cherry Rhubarb. They can hold your favorite if you call the bakery to reserve one!

PHONE OR TEXT: 484-515-9968 (Orders for Saturday pickup at EFM must be placed by Noon on Friday)
Flour Shop Bakery
Keepin' it Local
Did you know that over 45% of Flour Shop's ingredients are now LOCAL? Yep, now all their butter and eggs are local too! Kudos to Mary and Mike for supporting local farmers, creameries and fellow business owners.

Speaking of collaboration... this week they're offering a savory Primordia mushroom & Valley Milkhouse cheese tart! Sweet features include a strawberry almond tart, strawberry-rhubarb danish and a lemon curd cruffin!

Oh, and for those of you who love their olive rolls... they're baaaack!
Seasonal Sweets & Savories
These gorgeous flaky handpies sold out crazy fast last week so this week Anne has baking a double batch! Double the numbers and double the filling; find them in TWO flavors - Apple and Bumbleberry. :)

Here's a sneak peek at tomorrow's menu:
9” Lemon + Herb chicken Pot pies
9” Aussie meat pies
6 “ Shepherd’s pot pies with Gruyere
Turnovers ( Apple AND Bumbleberry) 
Chocolate Pecan pies 9”
Mini Choc-Pecan pies.
Strawberry and Rhubarb pies made with Scholl Orchards rhubarb.
Key- lime pies

Cash & Credit Accepted
From the Pasture
Meat, Eggs (and More)
Breakaway Farms
Get your Grill On!
A big shout out to Breakaway Farms this week as they’ve been putting in long hours in the shop, in preparation for Memorial Day! They are well stocked with all of your favorite grilling meats!! Grass Fed Steaks, Burgers, Pastured Pork Chops & so much more!! But wait... brace yourselves.... it’s back!! The infamous, mouth watering
!!!Black N Bleu Sausage! Made with their pastured pork, sea salt, cracked black pepper, Amish bleu cheese & sautéed Vidalia onions... this will leave you begging for more!!

Don’t miss your farmers at market this week!
Order now at for delivery to the market. Place your order by 1pm TODAY!
Apple Ridge Farm
Chicken is Back!
BIG NEWS! Apple Ridge Farm's pasture-raised chicken and famous scratch made chicken pot pies are back for the season! And for herbivores - a delicious Vegan Jambalaya!
Locally Crafted Wine & Ferments
Portch Tea
A Family Farm Fermentory
The gang's all here for your Memorial Day Weekend Festivities or Cookouts or Chillouts. And the hard stuff is ON SALE!

Pre-Order at and select the 'Easton Market Location!' 

Here's the Line-up:
Bite Me (4% ABV): Ginger, Tulsi & Coriander
BLAM-O! (4% ABV): Blueberries & Chamomile
Simón Limón (4% ABV): Lemongrass, Lemon Balm, & Lemon Verbena
Tolino Vineyards
A family owned winery & vineyard
This weekend:
Stock up on your favorite wines for the holiday weekend. Try this yummy rhubarb white wine spritzer!

This Week's Market Offerings:

Pinot Grigio - $14.99
The 050 - $11.99
Gracie - $14.99
Fuzzy - $14.99
Mamas Rose - $11.99
Papas Red - $14.99
Sunnyside - $11.99
Please note that some of your favorite vendors may not be at the market right now. Some have been affected personally by COVID-19, and others are not permitted at this time due to regulations prohibiting outdoor cooking or food preparation. We look forward to some of these vendors rejoining us later in the season.

Good Things to Come: Holy Cow Farm and Comeback Farm will start in June when cut flowers and strawberries will be in season!
How to Get to the Parking Lots:
Since Larry Holmes Drive is closed to traffic during the market hours, you'll need to access the parking lots at Ferry & Second Streets (turn right off of Ferry St., just past the US Post Office), or via Green and Northampton Streets (turn at the Grand Eastonian Hotel).
Fresh Food on a Mission!
Did you know that the Highmark Farmstand at the Easton Public Market helps support all the programs of the Greater Easton Development Partnership, including the Easton Farmers' Market, The Easton Ambassadors, Easton Main Street Initiative, Easton Composting Program, Easton Garden Works, West Ward Community Initiative, Live at Falls, and Easton Out Loud? Whew! That's a lot!

Order ONLINE seven days a week for curbside pick-up. Check out their Memorial Day Weekend offerings including strawberries! Questions? Call: 610.250.2072
Thank you to our Sponsors
for Supporting our Local Food System
Easton Farmers' Market
Scott Park
130 Larry Holmes Drive
Easton, PA 18042
Easton Farmers' Market is program of
Greater Easton Development Partnership