Saturdays 9am - 1pm
Centre Square, Easton, PA

November Nesting
"She stands
In tattered gold
Tossing bits of amber
And jade, jewels of a year grown old:

-Zephyr Ware Tarver

As the temps grow colder and the leaves continue to fall, our farmers carry on. Covering their crops with blankets, harvesting vegetables made sweeter by the frost, and picking bushels of fruit that longs to be baked in pie or some other comforting dessert. November is a time for settling in, for nesting and celebrating food and family. Come visit us tomorrow and stock up on wholesome ingredients for hearty soups and stews, pies, and cobblers, and all your fresh and local favorites. Our farmers look forward to seeing you.

Photo Compliments of
Holy Cow Farm

Bundle Up and BEE Kind
New EFM Merch!
Our warm and cozy, embroidered pom pom hats arrived just in time for the November cool down! They feature the signature EFM bee and are available in Heather Grey, Heather Brown and Heather Cardinal. $20 ea.
Roasted Broccoli, Sweet Potato & Chick Pea Salad
From Minimalist Baker
This hearty salad, topped with a delicious garlic dill dressing, packs a protein punch and makes a perfect fall supper.

Cabbage Throw Farm
Cabbage Throw Farm is back this weekend after enduring the first big frost of the season. But luckily it did more good than harm - making some of their crops even sweeter! For the first time this fall, Cabbage, Broccoli, and Celery will be available (but in limited quantities so get there early). Dean and Emily are also running a SPECIAL: Buy 3 heads of lettuce for $7! Mix and match green and red oak leaf, green and red butterhead, or green and red crisp leaf lettuce. 
Look for lots of baby greens, spring mix, escarole, kale, chard, herbs, Napa cabbage, Bok choy, radishes and FENNEL! 

Featured Recipe:
Roasted Fennel with Lemon Pasta
Chop fennel bulb into slices, include some minced fennel fronds. Toss in olive oil and season with salt and pepper
Cut two lemons in half and place flesh side down on cookie sheet with fennel
Roast at 375 for about 20-30 minutes or until golden. While fennel is in the oven, boil pasta of choice. Toss fennel and pasta together with butter, olive oil, cracked pepper. Squeeze roasted lemon and top with capers.
Comeback Orchards
Customer Appreciation Specials!
Organic fruit supplies from a very challenging year are getting low, so this will unfortunately be the last week for Comeback Orchards. A hearty thanks go out to all of you who support our efforts in Organic farming. As farmer Pete always says "a farmers best year is always next year". Next year looks promising, the young trees put on some good growth, the older ones are loaded with fruit buds as typically follows a light year, the raspberry and blackberry patch is reaching maturity, and with over twenty varieties should give a full season of sweetness from summer to fall. Blueberries will be coming from our farm, they take longer to mature so quantities won't be great but we'll bring what we've got. And organic strawberries should be plentiful, they grew well with all the rain, and after last winter's vole devastation we've found some organic controls to keep them off the plants during dormant season.

We'll be bringing the last of our organic Asian and European pears, as well as the last of our apple selection this week. Also look for our organic tomato products made for us by our friends at Baumans in Strassamanville, PA, organic garden ketchup as well as organic mild, medium, and hot salsa. Rounding out the selection will be organic cider applesauce, a perfect accompaniment for your Thanksgiving turkey, and our organic fruit butters, apple, peach, pear, Asian pear, and the new addition of pumpkin butter. Look for customer appreciation specials on many of the fruit butters, a good time to stock up for winter for those of you who are brave enough to come out in our first taste of winter weather.

Scholl Orchards
Red and golden beets grace the table this week along with tons of winter squash, broccoli and cauliflower. And the list of apples is pretty impressive too ... Winesap, Evercrisp, Suncrisp, Crimson Crisp, Honeycrisp, Macoun, Ruby Mcintosh, Jonagold, Fuji, Pink Lady, Gala and more! Plus fresh unpasteurized apple cider and jarred items.

Don't miss the special Ludacrisp Apple Release and Cider Making Demo Sunday, 10am-3pm at Scholl Orchards!
Farmstand Recipes
Soup's On!
"It's officially soup season! Farmstand Recipes' taste like home in a bowl ❤! This week they'll be featuring Moroccan Squash and Italian Lentil Soup. Perfect for those days when you need somethin' warm in your belly but don't feel like cooking over a hot stove! Soups not your jam? That's okay, Farmstand Recipes' signature salads are still in rotation."

Raspberry Ridge Sheep Creamery
The sheep are finished milking for the season and tomorrow will be Rob's last day of the year. He'll be featuring sheep Feta and aged Markjego cheeses. 

Rob thanks all of you for your enthusiastic support during his first year at the Market. Thanks to the great response, Raspberry Ridge plans to increase cheese and yogurt production in 2020.

Have a wonderful winter and we look forward to seeing ewe in May. - Rob Dunning
Valley Milkhouse
This week VMH will be bringing back Hollyhock! This cider-washed Brie is made with the lees of local orchard Frecon Farms for an earthy, umami flavor profile. Foxtail Feta will also be back! This creamy tangy feta can be crumbled onto a salad, sliced into wedges for a sandwich or baked into spinach pie, omelettes and more. Also in the lineup this Saturday will be Blue Bell, Thistle, Witchgrass and Marigold. Stop by for a taste! 

And stay tuned for next week’s newsletter update with specials for Thanksgiving and a link to the winter class schedule! 

Breakaway Farms
New Turkey Bacon and More!
Team Breakaway is back this week with all of the Grass Fed, Pastured, Non-GMO meats that you love! Don’t miss their newest bacon flavors; 

Beechwood, Oakwood, Pecanwood, Black Cherry Hard Seltzer, Smoked Mojito, Festiv-Fall, Turkey, & Maple Turkey! You don’t want to miss these new hits & you can only get them at the farmers market! Come see Farmer Nate & bring home the bacon!
Arts Community of Easton
Artist on Call: Christin D.

Join Christin D. in the ACE tent this Saturday where she will be demonstrating her whimsical drawings in pencil and watercolor on paper & card. Meet the artist, chat, look, and join the conversation at the tent. Her art will also be available for purchase. 
Introducing: Earthy Edith's
Come meet Emily Opanowicz, the fresh face behind Earthy Edith's, a line of natural cleaning supplies. Earthy Edith's features all purpose cleaner, bathroom cleaner, stone counter cleaner, power scour, carpet fresh, pillow spray, mattress, linen freshener and more. Ask be sure to ask about Earthy Edith's residential cleaniung services too!
Be Love Succulents
This is Rhonda's second to last selling day of the season. Stop by and stock up on gifts and holiday centerpieces and decor.

P.S. Miniature potted succulents make great teacher gifts - just sayin'!

Martin Guitar Raffle

Martin Guitar Raffle Drawing
Saturday 12 Noon!
Thanks to all your support and to outstanding ticket sales at Easton Garlic Fest and PA Baconfest, our Martin Guitar Raffle is wrapping up a month early. All 1200 tickets have been sold and that means it's time to pick the winner! Join us at the Market emcee station tomorrow at 12 noon as we draw the winning ticket and announce the lucky owner of this gorgeous, handcrafted Martin OME Cherry!

Thank You to Our 2019 Sponsors
Easton Farmers' Market is a program of Greater Easton Development Partnership
Phone: 610-330-9942