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

Saturdays, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
On the Riverfront at Scott Park
128 Larry Holmes Drive, Easton, PA

Free Parking - Rain or Shine - EBT Accepted

Summertime... Savor Every Sweet Moment
Find us at Scott Park on Larry Holmes Drive from 9am-1pm | FREE PARKING IN MARKET LOTS
MASKS REQUIRED as Mandated by PA Dept. of Health

Cooking with the Seasons
Marinated Teriyaki Eggplant
From Cupful of Kale

"Sweet, sticky and salty marinated teriyaki eggplant is a quick and easy dinner recipe. In just 30 minutes you can have yourself a better than take out meal!"
It's eggplant season at the market and eggplant is a great vegetable for marinating. Whether you roast grill it or roast it, it makes a great meat substitute. Try this recipe for your next meatless Monday and satisfy your craving for Japanese food. Yum!

Grown with Love
Fresh Produce, Plants & Flowers
Phillips Farms
Donut Peaches - it's How We Roll!
It is Donut Peach time at Phillips Farms… these are NOT to be missed! These oddly-shaped flat small beauties are some of the sweetest peaches of the season. And the hot dry weather we’ve had this summer means that all of our stone fruit, melons and berries are at their very best flavor in years. Other fruit available this week: Cantaloupe, Sugar Cube (small but crazy sweet), Seedless Watermelon, Yellow Freestone Peaches, Nectarines, Plums, Blueberries, and Blackberries. Red Raspberries will be missed this week, but the anticipated fall variety will hopefully be ready next week.  

Vegetables that will catch your eye this week at Phillips Farms: field-grown beefsteak tomatoes and cherry tomatoes, green beans, zucchini, cucumbers, bell peppers, squash blossoms, spring onions, garlic, radishes, beets, leeks, carrots, potatoes, fennel, lettuce, kale, swiss chard, bok choy, basil, fresh herbs and so much more.  
Credit cards accepted. Online ordering available at Choose Easton Farmers Market as your pickup location. $20 minimum order requested.
Cabbage Throw Farm
Celebrating Heirlooms
The time has come! Heirloom tomatoes from Cabbage Throw Farm are ripe and ready. Delicious to can, cook, slice, dice, put on a pizza, you name it and there’s a tomato for it! Red, pink, yellow and purple varieties along with the pints of mixed cherry tomatoes will be available. Other offerings at the stand include eggplant, zucchini, cucumbers, green beans, kale, chard, carrots, beets, basil and more.

Recipe of the week:
Heirloom tomatoes, Roasted Eggplant
and Pesto Pasta

While pasta is boiling, roast or sautée eggplant in bite size pieces in olive oil, salt, pepper and crushed red pepper. Blend a bunch of basil with olive oil, your favorite nut, a squeeze of lemon juice and season to taste. Drain pasta and add a scoop of fresh ricotta while pasta is hot. Stir in pesto, chopped heirloom tomatoes and eggplant. Serve warm or enjoy as pasta salad!

Pre-order at:
Twin Maple Farms
Sweet Corn... Keep it Comin!
Twin Maple Farms promises to bring more corn this week. (They apologize for selling out at 11am last week.) Look for a bounty of bi-color sweet corn (gmo-free) and those famous Twin Maple potatoes! You'll find Twin Maple Farms between Breakaway Farms and Pie+Tart.
Holy Cow Farm
The Bee's Knees
Supporting your local farms is one of the best ways to support your local pollinator species. The flower fields at Holy Cow Farm are full of bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. One of their favorite blooms are the bright beautiful Zinnias. If you like them too, Holy Cow will have lots of these at market on Saturday! 

Pre-order here:
Scholl Orchards
First Freestones!
The big news at Scholl's is the first freestone peaches of the season! And if you bought white nectarines last week, you already know they're sweet, juicy and delicious! Honeydew, watermelon and cantaloupe are here, as are Santa Rosa, Shiro and cherry plums. Ben and his team are still picking sweet cherries so get 'em while you still can! Look for tomatoes, string beans, zucchini, broccoli, cauliflower, cukes, eggplant peppers, onions and more!.
The Backyard Growers
From Perennials to Produce
Houseplant of the week:
Moses in the Cradle(Tradescantia spathacea) is related to the Wandering Jew plant. Its dark-green, lance-shaped leaves with purplish-red undersides make this a beautiful house plant year-round. You can move it outdoors for the summer, just keep it shaded from direct sun. Don't let it dry out. It blooms any time of year. Its small, white, 3-petaled flowers grow in the leaf axils, nestled in the boat-shaped leaves, giving this plant its common names, Moses in the Cradle, Moses in a Boat and Boat Lily. Grow your plant in bright, indirect light year-round to make it bloom.

Other plants & flowers: Black-eyed Susan, cone flowers (echinacea), dianthus , penstemon, perennial salvia, agastache.

Produce: Beans, Cucumbers, eggplant, first sweet and hot banana peppers, hot chili peppers, cherry tomatoes. Herbs: common mint, Greek oregano, comfrey

Warning as always there is a limited supply! 
Primordia Mushroom Farm - Mushroom Musings with Jesse
Hi folks!
Well with this super hot weather, I imagine you are all trying your best to cook outside as much as possible! We've got your back on that!

Bringing extra Portabellos, Large (grillworthy) Shiitake, Crimini, and King Oyster (AKA white trumpet) for your grilling pleasure. Marinate and grill! Stick the Crimini and sliced King Oyster on a kabob. If you haven't yet tried grilling the large shiitake caps, be prepared to have your socks knocked off!!!

In addition to the grillables- don't forget that Chanterelle season is upon us. These lovelies are in somewhat short supply this year due to the dry weather. Bottom line: if you want chanterelles, make sure to get to market when we are just opening, they go quick!

Lion's Mane and Pioppino are extremely abundant- we are extending the Lion's Mane sale another week: $12/lb (regular is $16/lb) If you haven't tried them yet, give it a shot, they are awesome!

As per usual, orders are not required, but are welcome. If you prefer to pre-order, and pre-pay, please make sure to have your orders in by midnight Thursday night, so that we are able to pack them Friday.
From the Creamery
Cheese,Yogurt & Butter
Market Pro Tip: Pre-order your cheese and yogurt online and bring an insulated bag to keep it cold!
Raspberry Ridge Sheep Creamery
Rob has a variety of sheep milk cheeses and yogurts this week. Try the "brebis blanche," a soft and spreadable cheese. It's good for bread, pasta, eggs and much more. Available in plain and spiced flavors including apricot & sage.  

He'll also have Camelbah, Rose's Ridge, and Feta cheese and yogurts.

Savory Specialties
Farmstand Recipes
A Delicious Collaboration between the Highmark Farmstand and the Easton Public Market Kitchen
Chef Scott is having trouble keeping up with market demand, but he promises lots more Sunshine Salad and Vietnamese spring rolls this weekend. He's also been canning all week so expect to find some more unique and delicious goodies... Giardinere, Maraschino cherries (these are amazing), Maraschino golden sugar plums, Sour blueberries, pickled peppers, and Sweet and Spicy Jimmy Nardello peppers!
Just Baked
Apple Ridge Farm
A Farm Bakery
Satisfy your sweet tooth with Apple Ridge Farm's Butterscotch Chocolate Chip Pretzel Cookie.
Craving a little something salty it's got that too - with a delicious touch of sea salt.
Lisa and Anne return this week with a plethora of sweet and savory favorites, including their famed Moroccan Chicken Pie! Also on the menu Key ime Pie, Peach & Cherry Lattice Pie, Baklava Tart, Aussie Dinner Pie, Potato, Cheddar & Onion Pie and much more!

Breakfast & Lunch
at the Market
Little Miss Korea
Lobynn's roasted mushroom noodle salad was a big hit last week. Look for another one this week - with red miso dressing. And if you're looking for a unique lunch, try the kimchi hotdog! The Korean Dumplings and Spicy Cold Noodle salad are delish too (it all is).

Check out the full menu and pre-order online to save time
Sycamore Grill is Now K&S Grill
Crab Cakes and Coconut Shrimp
Shoppers were so happy to have their favorite crab cakes and fresh squeezed lemonade back at the market last week. And guess what returns this Saturday... Ken's famous Coconut Shrimp!!!

If breakfast is your thing, try the sausage or bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches or a yummy breakfast burrito.
Local Beverages - Fermented | Crafted | Roasted
Tolino Vineyards
This week's menu:

Pinot Grigio $11.99
Chardonnay $19.99
Lillly $14.99
Vidal $11.99
The 050 $11.99
Fuzzy $14.99
Gracie $14.99

Mama's Rose $11.99
Next Generation $11.99
Catawba $11.99

Papa's Red $14.99
Merlot $19.99
Chambourcin $19.99
Cabarnet Franc $24.99
Rad Red $14.99
Sunnyside $11.99
This Week's Guest Vendors
Located in the Park Area near the Larry Holmes Statue
Earthy Edith's
Chemical Free Cleaning Solutions

Customer Testimonial
“I started using the Earthy Edith's all-purpose cleaner last month and have since converted ALL our cleaning products! The all-purpose cleaner is an essential part of the collection and works for all kinds of surfaces - we even used it on our hardwood floors after moving, and it got rid of a thick layer of film the previous owners left behind. I love the minimal ingredients list, smell, and that the product will keep my family safe and healthy. As a bonus, the switch over to Earthy Edith's even eliminated random eczema outbreaks that I've been struggling with for years. Do yourself and your home a favor and make the switch! These products are all fantastic!”
Christina - Apr 18, 2019

The Bubby Goat

This weekend The Bubbly Goat is featuring their Lavender and Chamomile Toner in addition to their soaps and lotions  The toners are a wonderful addition to your skincare regimen. They wipe away dirt that your cleanser may have missed and prepare your skin to receive a moisturizer or oil.  Also, glass jars are finally back in stock for your laundry soap! These jars come with a wooden scoop to measure out the correct amount for your size load.  The jars are refillable and come with a rewards card. When you bring your jar back for a refill, you get a hole punched thru your card. Get 5 punches and your sixth jar of laundry soap is free! Some new scents added as well. Sustainable and local at its best.  

How to Get to the Market's FREE 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). Signs are posted.
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