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

A recent Express-Times column contributed by Rodale's CEO Jeff Moyer is sobering reminder of the importance of using food as preventative medicine. We're entering prime market season now. Come load up on fresh fruits and veggies to fuel a healthy body.

"When facing a threat as strong as COVID-19, we need to avail ourselves of every support system we have. Our diet is one of the simplest ways to improve our health and take control over our lives. And yet, nutrition is roundly downplayed in the medical community. Many medical students receive less than 25 hours of training in nutrition.

We need to deploy a health care system in which farmers and physicians work together to inform a prevention-based approach to human and environmental health. Regenerative healthcare is the only path forward.

We must combine what we know about the power of food with our knowledge of nutrition and our bodies, working to prevent disease through an organic, whole-foods, plant-forward diet that begins on farms that work in harmony with nature."

-Jeff Moyer, CEO Rodale Institute

Find us at Scott Park on Larry Holmes Drive from 9am-1pm | FREE PARKING IN MARKET LOTS

Dear Shoppers, Governor Wolf has mandated the wearing of masks in all public spaces.
As we fight the spread of Covid-19, masks and face coverings
are more important than ever as is maintaining 6' distance from other shoppers.
We're all in this together!
Cooking with the Seasons
A Taste of Summertime
Blueberry Buckle
from Spend with Pennies
"What is a buckle? A traditional buckle has a cake-like batter and is topped with fruit; as it cooks the cake rises around the fruit, or “buckles” around the fruit."

Blueberry Buckle takes me right back to summer suppers and cook-outs at my grandmother's house. This super moist cake is easy to make and delicious with a cup of tea.
You'll find blueberries this week at Phillip's Farm!


Grown with Love
Fresh Produce, Plants & Flowers
Holy Cow Farm
Lift your Spirits with Flowers
Holy Cow has lots of blooms this week including Cottage Yarrow. You may have seen yarrow growing wild in Pennsylvania. The native variety has white flowers, whereas the cultivated varieties come in many different colors. We love this unique perennial! Jenn and Bryan will have it in bouquets
as well as single bunches. Check it out at the Holy Cow Flower stand!

Pre-order here:
Phillips Farms
Just Peachy!
Peaches have arrived! The early Yellow Clingstone variety has amazing flavor, and as its name suggests, the peach flesh “clings” to the stone (pit) and does not pull off easily. Clingstones have a nice strong peach flavor and are fantastic for eating, but they aren’t the best for canning or freezing. Wait for the Freestone variety which comes out in a couple weeks. Blueberries and raspberries are super sweet and plentiful now too!

Veggies available this week: zucchini, cucumbers, green beans, squash blossoms, spring onions, spring garlic, garlic scapes, rhubarb, radishes, greenhouse tomatoes, beets, leeks, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, arugula, mizuna, lettuce, kale, Swiss chard, bok choy, fresh herbs and so much more!

Credit cards accepted. Online ordering available at www.FellowFarmer.com. Choose Easton Farmers Market as your pickup location. $20 minimum order requested.
Cabbage Throw Farm
Power up with Power Salad Mix
Cabbage Throw Farm is tossing together a Flower Power Salad Mix! Peppery yet sweet nasturtiums color a mix of six varieties of lettuce. Sunflowers by the stem will also be available this weekend.

Other offerings include spring mix, romaine, turnips, radishes, kohlrabi, beets, carrots, garlic, basil, edible flowers, microgreens, herbs, cooking greens, cucumbers and more! Make sure to stop by the tent to check out this week’s Grab Bag availability.

Pre-order at:
Salvaterra's Gardens
Get your Broccoli and Cauliflower while you still can!
This week Sallvaterra's will have lettuce mix, arugula, red and green leaf head lettuce, kale, collards, swiss chard, fennel, parsley, dill, cilantro, basil, nappa cabbage, green cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, red beets, golden beets, Hakurei turnips, carrots, scallions, tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, yellow and green zucchini, and cucumbers.

Broccoli and cauliflower are only here for a short while longer. Time for a broccoli and cauliflower salad! Here's one of Jess' go-to lightened up versions of the traditional salads https://www.cookingclassy.com/broccoli-cauliflower-salad/#jump-to-recipe. The recipe doesn't call for raisins but our family is hotly divided on whether or not broccoli salads should have raisins lol.

Golden beets are in season for a short while and they are beautiful and add lovely bright golden yellow splash of color to salads! Can't go wrong with an arugula and golden beet salad with crumbled cheese and a sweet honey vinaigrette!

Pre-Order online: www.salvaterrasgardens.com/
The Backyard Growers
Perk up your Planters!
Richard's truck broke down last weekend and the guys were sorry to miss the market, but they're bac in business this week. If you're like me and your planters and garden beds need a little perking up, stop by for some plants (but come early, stock is limited!)

Plants in gallon size pots: salvia (4 perennial, 1 annual), 8 lavender, 5 dianthus, 2 sunflowers, 2 penstemon, 12 black-eyed susan, 6 Denver Daisies.

Plants in small pots: 8 begonias, 2 angelonia, 4 gazania, 2 vinca, 1 snapdragon,and 1 Red Vista salvia

PLUS: 6 caladium varieties, hosta, coleus, potted comfrey, common mint, Greek oregano and some Blueberries!
Scholl Orchards
Three Cheers for Cherries!
Look for more sweet and sour cherries this Saturday at Scholl's. And Ben is hopeful he'll be bringing the first clingstone peaches. But plums will definitely be popping on the scene this week! New in the veggie category are green beans, bell peppers, and cherry tomatoes.
Primordia Mushroom Farm - Mushroom Musings with Jesse
Huuuuge Shiitakes coming to you this weekend! Try these on the grill instead of portabellos!
Here is Jesse's most recent Meatless Monday installation:


Huge Shiitake Burgers:
8 very large Shiitakes
1/2 cup Soy Sauce
1/2 cup Balsamic Vinegar
2 Tbs Sesame Oil
2 cloves garlic, minced
2 Tbs Ginger, grated

De-Stem the shiitakes. Mix all the sauce ingredients and pour over the Shiitakes. Marinate for 2 hours or more. Put on the grill and grill each side till beginning to crisp. remove from the grill! EAT! On a bun? Yes! As a Steak? Yes! Any way you want? Yes! Tell us your favorite way!

As per usual: Orders are not required, but are welcome. Please get your orders to us by midnight on Thursday night. Place orders at PrimordiaFarm.com
PLEASE NOTE: Comeback Orchard will be on hiatus until their fruit production picks up. Look for organic cantaloupes and watermelons later this month.
From the Creamery
Cheese,Yogurt & Butter
Haven Farmstead Table
Butter Nirvana
It's a busy life, pulling double duty as farmer and cheese-maker. As of last night Steve wasn't quite sure of this weekend's cheese line-up. But one thing you can be sure to find is Haven Farmstead's gorgeous, golden small-batch, sweet cream cultured butter. Try it on a loaf of crusty bread from the Flour Shop or Apple Ridge Farm and you'll be in heaven.

Pre-order online at: www.havenfarmstead.com


Raspberry Ridge Sheep Creamery
Yogurt and Cheese
This week Raspberry Ridge is featuring an easy recipe for sour cherry frozen yogurt. Using sheep milk yogurt makes this an extra creamy and cool treat!

Sour Cherry Frozen Yogurt:
1 lb pitted sour cherries
¾ cup sugar
1 ½ cup sheep’s milk yogurt
½ tsp vanilla extract
dash of salt

1.   Place fruit and sugar in pan and bring to boil
2.   Lower heat and simmer 5-7 minutes
3.   Puree fruit and liquid in blender with yogurt
4.   Stir in vanilla and salt
5.   Chill at least 2 hours or churn in ice cream maker

Pre-Order from Raspberry Ridge online: www.raspberryridgecreamery.com
Sweet and Savory
Tomblers Bakery
Peach Pie is Here!
The big news is that peach pies arrive this week at Tomblers! Homemade cookies and shortbread - pre-bagged for summer hikes with kiddos or day trips to the beach. There will be plenty of pasties and pierogies too. Looking for an easy summer supper? Tombler's spent grain Weyerbacher Pizza Crusts are delicious and the perfect canvas for the market's fresh tomatoes, handcrafted cheeses and veggies galore. Oh, and don't miss Skip's Dragon Bread - it's great spread with cream cheese.
Apple Ridge Farm
Hit the Trail
Have you tried Apple Ridge Farm's hearty Trail Bread & Chips? It's great for slicing and eating with jam, fresh avocado, or smoked fish.
Aladdin
Middle Eastern Restaurant
Psst... word on the street is that Sam is cookin' up Chicken Schwarma and Fried Cauliflower this weekend.
From the Pasture
Meat, Eggs (and More)
Breakaway Farms
NEW Sausage Alert!
Breakaway Farms is at market this week with a sausage selection that will blow you away! The latest and greatest in the line-up is their
Chipotle Cheddar Bratwurst! How can you go wrong with Fresh, Pastured Pork, Chipotle Peppers, & Cheddar Cheese?! Not to mention that they’re still making their seasonal Blueberry Thyme Sausage, and, if you hurry, you can still find some of the infamous Black n Bleu Sausages in stock (they won’t last long!) Not to mention the 40+ flavors of sausage they bring to market every week!

Also, they strongly suggest pre-ordering online to guarantee availability - visit www.breakawayfarms.net and order by 1pm on Friday!
Local Beverages - Fermented | Crafted | Roasted
Fieldstone Coffee Roasters
NEW Iced Matcha Latte!
Check out what’s new at Fieldstone Coffee Roasters! An Iced Matcha Latte now available this weekend. Add a shot of Cold Brew, (maybe even Coconut Cold Brew) to make it Dirty or Boba to Bubble it! Also they will have their Growler Exchanges of Cold Brew, Nitro Coffee, Nitro Tea, Bubble Tea and some wonderful Organic Herbal Teas all poured over iced. And don’t forget to pick up your weekly bag of coffee beans.
Portch Tea
Brewing "farmers booch" since 2016
Special on mixed six packs of the hard stuff this weekend! $24 each

Want to preorder your booch? Go to www.portchteatogo.com
For the Body
Herbal Soap & Skin Care
Teels Hill Soapworks
Handcrafted with natural ingredients
This week's update is In honor of our Susan son's birthday. Susan is featuring her Zack's Beer Soap. This soap is made with beer (Bell's Two Hearted Ale) which replaces the distilled water. Susan crushes dried hops flowers to blend into the liquid soap. The essential blend is Siberian Fir, Grapefruit and Tagetes (Marigold), all giving this soap a green fresh and relaxing scent.
Other scents for men are Desert Night, Island Earth, Cinnabar and Blue Ridge Foothills to name a few.
This Week's Guest Vendors
Located in the Park Area near the Larry Holmes Statue
Barkley's Bakery

Barkley's has a great tasting selection of treats, cakes, and other special items that your dog will love. I can tel you that your market manager's dog Liam sure loved his apple cheddar treats! Barkley's use only organic ingredients to hand make all of their treats in small batches. They also cater to the sensitive and allergy prone dogs by offering grain and wheat free options
See more at:
Brady’s Botanicals™ 

Brady's clients report LONG-LASTING RELIEF from this whole plant, full spectrum salve.
It's made with Brady's locally grown Hawaiian Haze hemp plants. Formulated using their farm’s USDA organically grown Hawaiian Haze flower. Apply it to sore muscles and joints, or use on dry lips and fine line lines and wrinkles.

Be Love Succulents

The Bubbly Goat farm is an is where magic happens. Barbara & Joy Leone’s herd of dairy goats turn sunshine and green grass into clean and pure milk. They take that beautiful milk and turn it into soap and lotion. They only use pure and fresh milk that doesn’t travel far – it goes from pasture to product right on their farm in beautiful Hunterdon County NJ.

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.

FREE parking is also available in the City's Pine Street Garage.
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
610.330.9942