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Composting Buckets are Back!

We've collected over 20,000 lbs. of food waste since last July!

Looking to secure your own bucket and become a registered member of the Easton Compost Program? Contact miranda@eastonpartnership.org or chat with her outside the compost shed this Saturday morning.


2019 Winter Market Vendors
Apple Ridge Farm (sourdough bread, baked goods, pot-pies, soups and chili, gnocchi, chicken and pork, granola, and more!)

Asbury Village Farm (100% chemical free veggies)

Breakaway Farms (pasture-raised meat and eggs)

Farmstand Recipes (Hot Soup Bar)

Flour Shop Bakery (fresh baked breads pastries, sticky buns, cookies and more)

Howe Sharp (Knife Sharpening) 2nd Saturdays

Jersey Pickles (pickles, olives, sauerkraut and more!)

Portch Tea (kombucha)

Primordia Mushroom Farm (mushrooms, mushrooms, mushrooms)

Scholl Orchards (apples, pears, veggies, cider, fruit spreads, tomato sauce, hot sauce and more!)

Stagecoach Apiary (honey)

Find us on Church Street (behind Easton Public Market) from 10am - Noon on 2nd & 4th Saturdays, January thru April.
Heartwarming Winter Recipes
Pork Chops with Apples & Cider Reduction
"There are some culinary combinations that cannot be improved upon, and apples and pork is surely one of them. This recipe calls for pan-frying boneless pork chops and serving them with butter-browned apples and a Normandy-style sauce made with cider and cream. It makes for a perfect cold weather meal." - The New York Times


You'll find pasture-raised pork at Breakaway Farms and apples and cider at Scholl Orchards.


Calling all Cooks!
Do you always look for the ‘Recipe of the Week?’ If you do, bet you also have many of your own recipes utilizing veggies, fruits, cheese, meat, eggs, and other products you buy at the farmers’ market. Because we know that there are a lot of delicious dishes out there that many of us are waiting to try, we are launching the EFM Recipe Blog so that we can share recipes submitted by EFM shoppers. We need your help in building an EFM Recipe Library so send your recipes to alice@eastonpartnership.org along with a photo of the finished product and we will share a new recipe on our blog site every week.
Fresh Finds of the Week
Breakaway Farms
Pastured pork is the name of the game this week at Breakaway Farms! They’ve been cutting fresh pork & curing hocks & bacons that are in high demand! Come see your farmers at market this week & don’t miss all the goodies they have to offer!
Scholl Orchards
Did you know that Scholl Orhards has been pressing their own cider since 1948? And while the old saying "an apple a day keeps the doctor away" will always ring true, the same can be said for apple cider. Since cider is made from fresh-pressed fruit, it contains many of the same nutrients that whole apples do. And, because cider is not filtered, it retains even more nutrients then apple juice, since many of the best nutrients are found in the fruit’s pulpy solids. Get yours this Saturday, along with those delicious Evercrisp and Gold Rush apples!




Flour Shop Bakery
You'd be hard pressed to find, a better, more buttery delicious sticky bun than the one made by Flour Shop Bakery!

“Sticky cinnamon buns belong to Philadelphia as do Independence Hall and the Twelfth Street Market. This is a bun of true cinnamon flavor, of a stickiness incarnate.”

Best Recipes of 1949 (This Week Magazine)
 

Farmstand Recipes

On this weekend's menu is Caribbean Black Bean soup (try it over rice!), Italian Lentil soup, and The Farmstand's recently most popular Vegetarian Italian Wedding soup featuring veggie-based meatballs using mushrooms from Primordia Farm!

Serving you, serves the community. A portion of all Recipe sales benefits the Easton Hunger Coalition.
Signs of Spring!
Finally the first of the spring plowing can begin. Asbury Village Farm is sowing the peas this week! Stop by and chat with Steve this week about his CSA.



NEW!

Organic strawberries freshly picked from Georgia have arrived! Make a toast to Spring with a refreshing and light Colorful Strawberry Arugula Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette! 

BACK ON THE SHELF

Organic white cauliflower is back! 
Big in size and radiant in looks and taste Also,  watermelon radishes have returned!
American & Folk Tonight 6-8pm at EPM!
In the Community
Gardeners Needed!
T he  Easton Urban Farm is looking for volunteers for the 2019 growing season. The Easton Urban Farm, located at 902 Philadelphia Road, grows vegetables, flowers, and herbs and distributes more than 7,000 pounds of produce through food pantries and a Veggie Van each year.
 
Volunteers help with bed preparation, planting, weeding, watering, and harvesting. The benefits of volunteering include taking home some produce after working and participating in occasional potlucks and picnics with a great group of people!
 
Regular volunteer crews work on Monday mornings, Wednesday evenings, and every other Saturday morning from April through September.
 
For more information, contact Brenda at bhavens50@gmail.com .


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Easton Farmers' Market is a subsidiary
of Greater Easton Development Partnership