Strawberry Season
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Arriving at Goranson Farm
Bath Farmers Market May 29 2021
Good Morning,

World Environment Day - could anything be better for a morning at the market? Our farmers & producers are heavily invested in making sure that the earth is nurtured and renewd, growing & harvesting good food that helps to sustain our world. Enjoy being part of this cycle!

We expect most our remaining vendors to arrive soon: Meadowcroft, Mindful Gardens, New Roots. Pleasant Pond hopes for end of June or July. This time of year our farmers expand their offerings weekly, so look for old friends - and some new ones. We should have rhubarb and asparagus for a few more weeks, and little white salad turnips are here. Fiddleheads are mostly done, but garlic scapes should arrive soon. Scallions and radishes are perfect right now and salad greens and kales bright and lush. And of course Strawberries.

Remember SNAP has expanded its Harvest Bucks hours to 8:30 - 11:30 .

If you missed it last time, the bathrooms at the North End of the Park are open.They lock, they are usually quite clean. Thanks to the City of Bath for their work keeping this valuable resource ready and waiting!

Joan
Fresh cut herbs for last minute flavor:here Cilantro, Parsley & Dill at dharma farm
Flowers, Fruits & Vegetables

Dharma Farm
Goranson Farm
Hawkes Farm
Oyster Creek Mushroom Co
Tarbox Farm

Dharma, Goranson, Oyster Creek and
Tarbox all have summer CSAs available. Check websites or pick up info at the table.
Rustic Sourdough waits patiently in it's plain brown wrapper for you to bring it home. At Hootenanny

Bakers

Alchimia
Beryls Pastries
Borealis Breads
Chase Farm Bakery
Hootenanny
Stewart & Reid (gluten free)
Instant salad, great in a creamy pasta sauce, smoked chicken waiting at Mainely Poultry

Meat and Poultry
Fuzzy Udder Creamery
Kelley Brothers Beef
Mainely Poultry


Cheese & Dairy

Fuzzy Udder Creamery
Kelley Brothers Beef
Mainely Poultry
Seafood
Emily's Oysters Offering a CSA
Pemaquid Lobster & Seafood
Support Maine's shellfish industry with a sticker from Emily's Oysters- to know them is to love them

Eggs

Boite Nature
Goranson Farm
Mainely Poultry
Old Narrow Gauge Farm
Cheese & Dairy

Appleton Creamery
Chase Farm Bakery
Fuzzy Udder Creamery
Hahn's End
As tasty as it is beautiful, a strawberry Financier (GF) at Stewart & Reid
Preserved and Premade

Alchimia
Borealis
Gracies Garden
Jyang_Lee Kitchens
Mainely Poultry
Old Narrow Gauge Farm
Pemaquid Lobster & Seafood
Get more from your summer, for you and the kids. Stock up at Mana Medicinals
Handcrafted, Homegrown

Big Barn Coffee
Boite Nature
Fuzzy Udder Creamery
Goranson Farm
Mana Medicinals
Tarbox Farm
West Maquoit Vinegar Works
Remember
Well behaved, quiet dogs on leashes: Please.
Reactive bar kers make many folks uncomfortable.
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The bathrooms at the north end of the park are open.

And remember to leave the parking spaces by the sidewalk for vendors to set up in.
Brighten your kitchen with a basket of flowers and herbs from Hawkes Farm

From our vendors -Sales, Seasonal, Specials

The Rugelach at Beryl's, luscious layers of almonds, cinnamon sugar and pastry, is a true treat for a $5 a bag. An airily delicious snack, breakfast or dessert.

On offer at Hawkes Farm: charming baskets of fresh herbs and flowers.Indulge your senses - a treat for yourself or someone you love.

Alchimia does delightful things with it's meringues- try the toasty almond ones. Really really a pleasure.
Check the board at Hahn's End for details on this weeks choices
Pemaquid reminds you there will be no preordering this summer at all. But you can still check their website for the catch this week - Rise with the Sun and be first in line!

In plentiful supply at Fuzzy Udder: Goat Feta, cream cheese, some sheeps milk yogurt too.

Angela at Jyang_Lee has very special hand made tiles, made by a talented friend. He"s retired tho, so snag one of these lovelyies, for your yard or as a special holiday gift.
Explore the bright vinegars at West Maquoit
Fresh queso Fresco for summer tacos at Hahn's End, 3 grades of Salsa at Old Narrow Gage, and soon we'll see tomatillos as well. Great for hot weather, Mexican food goes far beyond tacos and enchiladas- explore.

The first strawberries are due at Goranson's this week - still lots of Asparagus and rhubarb too. And look for edible flowers, nicely packaged.

Try the Rustic Sourdough or the Multigrain loaf at Hootenanny for sturdy delicious yet not too heavy sandwiches and morning toast.
So ready for your table. Radishes, salad turnips, rhubarb at Tarnox
Vigorous nasturtium seedlings and some hardy old fashioned herbs for medicinal and household use (research carefully please) can be had at dharma farm. More vegetables coming in this week.

Try the Brioche Sucre at Stewart & Reed - an elegant slice with a cup of afternoon tea and fresh jam will help you wind down.

That nice bok choy at Tarbox is just right in both Asian dishes and heftier Salads, balanced by tender chicken and sesame flavors,scallions, garlic, black beans-add your faves, go ahead, play with your food.

Returning soon

Meadowcroft
Mindful Gardens
New Roots Cooperative Farm
Pleasant Pond Orchard

Not Returning

MicroMainea
Popp Farm
Sparrow Farm

Transform the salad: edible flowers from Goranson
Preordering
Vendor Direct

Some vendors are not taking preorders this summer, others are.- just ask! .

Most have websites with preordering info and deadlines, as well as market and farm tand hours. Websites can be accessed from market website list; go to
www.bathfarmersmarket.com/vendors, click on the name and you're there.

Online Store

Easily accessed: go to www.bathfarmersmarket.com, and select online store. Pickup at Chase Farm Bakery this summer. Vendors in the Online Store are listed below. Direct questions about the store to bathfarmersmarket@gmail.com

Alchimia
Big Barn Coffee
Chase Farm Bakery
Goranson Farm
Hootenanny
Mana Medicinals
Old Narrow Gauge Farm
Oyster Creek Mushroom Co.
Add a special ambiance to your own outdoor space with these well crafted tiles; available at Jyang_Lee, the maker has retired so get them now.