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June Bee Jamboree!

"For bees, the flower is the fountain of life;
For flowers, the bee is the messenger of love."
   -Kahlil Gibran

It takes an average worker bee five to six weeks just to produce one-twelfth of a teaspoon of honey. Easton Farmers’ Market is celebrating that hard work - and the delicious results with June Bee Jamboree this Saturday!

What's Happening...

Our event coincides with National Pollinator Week (June 18-24) and puts honey on center stage. Pennsylvania’s Honey Queen, as well as the American Honey Queen, will join us and share information on beekeeping, display a mini hive, offer sweet recipes, kids crafts and honey sticks. Their tent will be a designated POP location for kids so be sure to have your little ones stop by and earn a bee sticker and a $1 in POP buck.

Kids (and pups) can dress in their bee best for the day, and attend a Honey Bee Tea Party and special storytime with the Honey Queen at 11 a.m. ($3), or take part in the June Bee Parade at noon (free). In the event of rain, the tea party & parade will be held inside the Easton Public Market.

Stagecoach Orchard Apiaries’ “Honey Man” Peter Sliwka will host a beekeeping demo at 10:30 a.m. And Guest vendor Tassot Apiaries will sell their honey, beeswax candles, soap, lip balm and other products. And Shawnee Craft Brewing Company will feature its Apiarius honey ale at the Local Libations tent.

Plus live music for kids with Miss Maggie Sings, prize giveaways, and $5 off all canvas Bee Totes!

National Pollinator Week is a time to celebrate pollinators and spread the word about what you can do to protect them. Eleven years ago the U.S. Senate’s unanimous approval and designation of a week in June as “National Pollinator Week” marked a necessary step toward addressing the urgent issue of declining pollinator populations.


Farm Fresh Recipes
Eating with the Seasons

Flatbreads with Honey, Thyme & Sea Salt

The Smitten Kitchen is one of our favorite recipe blogs. Simplicity and purity of ingredients are what make this flatbread so exquisite. It's a perfect accompaniment to a light summer meal!

Love your Farmers
Comeback Farm!
USDA Certified Organic Fruit

We're pleased to welcome Peter Tischler and Comeback Farm to the market this weekend! Comeback will be starting out the season slowly but sweetly, with a limited supply of the first pickings of red raspberries and Montmorency pie cherries. Pete will supplement his offerings with the first of the season organic blueberries from Rosedale Blueberry Farm.

* All fruit offered by Comeback is USDA Certified Organic!
Salvaterra's Gardens
A Sweet Surprise

Salvaterra's Gardens will debut a brand new product this week. In fact it may be a first for the EFM (at least for the past decade). We're talking about English Shelling Peas! Encased in the beautiful shell that nature created for them, these little beauties are worth every minute of preparation. In fact there's something wonderfully meditative about shelling them, especially if you're doing it with the one you love.

Scholl Orchards
Summer's Bounty

You'll find broccoli and cauliflower aplenty this week at Scholl's. Along with beautiful zucchini, and crunchy, just-picked cucumbers. But that's not all! Sweet cherries are here and ready for summer snacking. And if you get there early you can snag some apricots!
Primordia Farm
Shiitakes on the Grill
Grilling shiitakes are plentiful again this week. Try this recipe for Grilled Shiitakes with Sage-Thyme Rub. And of course they'll have all your favorite cultivated mushrooms too!

For special order, Primordia will have Seabeans, Porcini, and morels (still! Wow!) please submit orders by 5pm Friday. Email:

Breakaway Farms
Slow Food

Happy weekend from Breakaway Farms! It sounds to be a little wet... but a great weekend to break out that cast iron Dutch oven! Try it out with one of our pastured pork butts or shoulders, or grass fed beef roasts! If you’re lucky enough to get good weather, grab some of our pastured chicken or turkey sausages for the grill! Psst... the Spinach Asiago Chicken sausage is an EFM Manager favorite!
Fresh Baked
College Hill Cakes
Introducing... Salted Honey Pie
Liza is introducing SALTED HONEY PIE in honor of the June Bee Jamboree try it by the slice, or buy a whole pie to go Other pie offerings include Chocolate Peanut Butter (whole or slice), Apple Crumb (whole or slice), Strawberry Rhubarb, and Key Lime.

Make sure you grab some goat & cheese-asparagus quiche because next weekend will likely be the last week as Liza moves into more seasonal ingredients--likely roasted zucchini, goat cheese and thyme quiche (she's still playing around with flavors). And don't forget her wildly popular eggplant parm quiche.

Other goodies on the table this week include the regular gluten free favorites - BB Brownies and Chocolate Almond Torte, as well as soft pretzels. And in keeping with the bee theme, College Hill Cakes will also have Honey Cupcakes, Apple Honey Bundt Cake, Yogurt Parfaits, HONEY CINNAMON BUNS and PISTACHIO BAKLAVA!!

Fresh & Easy Eats
*Vegan and Vegetarian Options
Jenny's Kuali
Malaysian Specialties

Creamy curried sweet potato soup
with a coconut base $5

Entrees & Salads
Yummy Nasi Lemak: fresh coconut rice with achat (turmeric & veggies) wrapped in banana leave -ready to eat or take home $5

Jicama, cucumber and water melon salad with lime tamarind dressing $6

Singapore Rice Noodles (vegetables and vegan/ gluten free) - rice noodles, broccoli, red bell pepper, snow peas, bak choy, bean sprouts and tofu in a curry spice  $8

Kuih wajik- sticky rice cake steamed with gula melaka (palm sugar, coconut milk and panda) $2 each

Farmstand Recipes

As you may know, a portion of proceeds from every Farmstand Recipe sale benefits 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. With your help, Farmstand Recipes has raised $153.47 during the month of May!   #ServingTheCommunity 

To celebrate the bees this week - the Farmstand will have Honey Peanut Butter Energy Bites made with Cape May Peanut Butter Co. Honey Roasted Peanut Butter! Stop by the tent to see what salads will be available for the weekend!

Cheese, Wine & Spirits
Tolino Vineyards
New Release!
The Tolino crew is excited to bring their brand new release to the market this Saturday.  Gracie is semi-sweet blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Grigio. Its pear, apple and light citrus notes make a great pairing with light summer dishes such as fish, chicken and salads. Stop by and sample Gracie and some of Tolino's Vineyards' other selections.

Valley Milkhouse
Honey Goat Cheese

This Saturday, Valley Milkhouse is featuring fresh HONEY goat cheese from Dove Song Dairy! Don't miss out on this silky, creamy goodness from your favorite local goat herd! In addition, we'll be offering up Blue Bell, Witchgrass, Honey Bell and Lady's Slipper, a semi soft tomme washed with local cider lees from Frecon Orchards. And Dove Song's raw goat's milk Monterey Jack is back by popular demand! Come by for a taste!
Eight Oaks Craft Distillers
Summer Cocktails

Summer is the perfect time to infuse your spirits and create a refreshing cocktails! We LOVE Authentic Applejack infused with fresh mint (you can use vodka or gin too) Grab local mint from the market and fill your Eight Oaks bottle to your preference. Keep the mint in the bottle for 1-4 days. Strain the mint out and enjoy in lemonade, green tea, or get creative and craft your own cocktail!

Eight Oaks is a farm to bottle distillery, growing all of our own grain on our farm! We have American Vodka, Aged Rum, American Gin, Authentic Applejack, Port Rye Whiskey, and Penna Rye Whiskey.

Farm to Pup
The Dining Dog & Friends
Your furry friends are going to LOVE this week's featured menu items. Check it out...

Duck Sweet Potato Hash
A gorgeous roasted duck with fresh sweet potato and a local fried egg on top.

Bee Hives
A peanut butter banana cake dipped in carob and topped with bee pollen.

Earth Cookies
A cookie packed with goodness. Blackstrap molasses, French Lavender and hemp seed.

And of course they have their fresh-baked treats Including bee cookies), homemade yogurt, whey, and more!


The Dining Dog & Friends offers a great selection of options to help keep your pooch calm during the exciting July 4th celebrations. Fireworks are beautiful, but can really scare and make your dog anxious. 
Below are some options they provide at The Dining Dog that you can use when considering keeping your fur baby calm:

  • Heavenly Hounds Brownie
  • Peaceful Pooch Herbal Supplement
  • Tranquility Blend Herbal Supplement Liquid Suspension
  • Calm Shen Powder 
  • The Dining Dog Proprietary Calming Cakes

NOTE: The Dining Dog will NOT be at the Market on June 30th so be sure to ask about these products this week if you want them before 4th of July.

Vendor Absences: 6-23-18
Tomblers Bakery
Music & Art
Locally Grown Music
Miss Maggie Sings 10am-Noon
Peggy Hunt is Miss Maggie, a children’s performer who combines singing, guitar, percussion, poems and stories to entertain and teach children of all ages (adults, too!) An Easton native and Kutztown University graduate, Peggy has a B.F.A. in Related Arts (theater, music, movement and literature). She studied children’s theater and street theater with Bill George of Touchstone (formerly People’s Theatre Co.), in Bethlehem. Miss Maggie will be performing on the north lawn of the Circle from 10 am to 12 noon at June Bee Jamboree -- bring the kids for a fun and educational music experience.

In the event of rain, Miss Maggie will perform in the Frey Smiles Kids Zone inside the Easton Public Market.

Artists in the ACE Tent
Create a Heart
This Saturday come and create with ACE Artist on Call : Jude Chase. Jude is offering "Acrylic Magnetic Hearts" at $5 each. All material, joy and fun included! Come and create and take home a heart just for you or someone you love.
Local Libations
Scratch & Shawnee Craft Brewing Co.

ShawneeCraft Brewing Company: handcrafted beers brewed with a "True to Nature, True to the Craft" philosophy.
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