America's Oldest, Continuous Open-Air Market, Est. 1752

Saturdays 9am - 1pm
May - December
EBT Accepted - Rain or Shine - Dog Friendly
See you in the Circle!

These are the Days...

"The crickets felt it was their duty to warn everybody that summertime cannot last forever. Even on the most beautiful days in the whole year – the days when summer is changing into autumn – the crickets spread the rumor of sadness and change."

―E.B. White, Charlotte's Web

August is winding down and the market is showing the first signs of fall this weekend, with the arrival of winter squash and a plethora of pears. But don't let the tastes of summer slip away. Stock up on peaches, tomatoes, sweet corn, peppers and more, and preserve them for the winter by canning or freezing. And with school starting next week, be sure to grab some healthy snacks and fresh & local lunch box treats. Tomorrow promises to bring a welcome break in the heat and humidity and we're all looking forward to an idyllic day in our fair City. So come join us. Grab a breakfast sandwich and a seat on the fountain wall, chill out with some blues with Steve Brosky and shop all your favorite vendors.

See you in the circle!

Eating with the Seasons
365 Days of Delicious
Freezing Summer Fruits & Veggies

Let Martha Stewart guide you through the easy process of preserving the flavors of summer through freezing. This handy site offers instruction on freezing everything from berries to beans, and even fresh herbs!

Product Spotlight
Halloumi at Valley Milkhouse
Halloumi is back at Valley Milkhouse this Saturday! This Greek style, grillable cheese makes a lovely gluten-free snack. Serve it up with wildflower honey or your favorite fruit preserves for breakfast! VM will also have Hollyhock, a new cider washed style with fruity, funky aromas.

Love your Farmers
Comeback Farm
Organic Pears Aplenty!
Tall and stately, pear trees are the aristocrats of the organic orchard at Comeback Farm. They have started picking Harrows Delight European pears as well as Shinseki and Kosui Asian pears. Single varietals as well as mixed boxes of organic Asian and European pears will be available.  Organic peaches, both white and yellow are still rolling in, as are some of the year's best nectarines. No added sugar organic fruit butters round out the lineup. 

Salvaterra's Gardens
Certified Organic
Signs of Fall arrive this weekend as Salvaterra's brings the first of the winter squash. Both butternut and spaghetti squash will be in the tent alongside all your summer favorites. Greens are looking good this week too; expect lots of delicious arugula!
Scholl Orchards
Canning Time!
Bulk canning specials continue this Saturday at Scholls.
Plum Tomatoes - Half Peck: $10/Half Bushel $25
Beeksteaks - $6/Quart or 2 quarts for $10
Peach specials: Half Peck $12, Peck $17, Half Bushel $30

Check out for lots of great canning recipes and tips. And stop by the EFM INFO tent for free canning jar labels. Not up for canning? Try freezing tomatoes - it's so easy!

Breakaway Farms

The holiday weekend is nearly upon us! Come on out to the market this weekend and get yourself prepped! Customers are raving about the Italian Summer Grillers, made with pastured pork, lemon zest, fennel and white wine. Look for lots of grass fed - grass finished beef, including burgers, steaks, brisket and more! Don’t forget the pastured pork chops and ribs, pastured chicken and turkey, and lamb sausages!
Farm Fresh
Farmstand Recipes
Spicy Gallo is Back!
"The Spicy Gallo" was a hit on Tomato Day, so the Farmstand team is dicing up another batch for this weekend! Also on the menu, Kale & Quinoa Power Salad, Thai Salad, Sunshine Salad, Harvest Slaw and more! And don't forget to grab your Energy Bites; only $1 when you purchase two salads. Sounds like a perfect picnic opportunity!
Jenny's Kuali
Jenny's menu for this week includes:

Creamy curry sweet potato soup $5
Green papaya jicama kale salad with ginger garlic dressing $6
Nasi nenas- tofu,broccoli, onions, red bell pepper, snow peas, bean sprouts, pineapple and fried rice  $7
Turmeric chives pancake- chives, shallots, bean sprouts in turmeric flavor pancake $5 
Tapioca with fresh banana- tapioca pearls cooked in coconut milk and banana $3
Just Baked
Tomblers Bakery
Peach Pie & Tasty Pasties
The Tomblers team is looking forward to a BEAUTIFUL weekend at the market. They'll still have their Summer Pastie Special: Chicken corn Chowder: fresh local sweet corn from Twin Maple Farm, all white meat chicken, potatoes, onion and creamy cooper cheese - all wrapped in a flaky pastry crust ready to "heat and eat" for a delicious dinner or lunch. Peach pies are also still on the menu. These scrumptious pies are brimming with sweet, juicy peaches from Scholl and Bechdolts Orchards. Come enjoy a great Saturday with us at the Market.
The Dining Dog and Friends
Cookies and Cream Tarts
A new twist to our tart. Carob Cookie folded into a creamy topping.
Mini Carob Cupcakes
Topped with a delicious Peanut Butter Topping.
Barn Yard Babies
A favorite treat and always found in our bakery case, these goats milk and dill cookiees will make your pooch smile!
Music, Art & Crafts
Locally Grown Music
Steve Brosky: 10am - Noon
Singer/songwriter Steve Brosky brings his award-winning brand of rock & roll, blues and folk music to EFM this Saturday. You will hear influences from blues, folk, Americana and world music and perhaps a flashback to his youth growing up in Allentown. So pull up a chair on the north lawn of the Circle to listen to Steve's unique musical style. In the Music Tent from 10 am to 12 noon.
Artists in the ACE Tent
ACE Artist Kathleen Mextaxas will feature Eco Printing which involves plant material and found metal arranged in a design on the garment, bundled, and boiled forcing dyes from the objects into the fabric in a "print."

ACE Artist Sharon L. Reuss will offer a history of stained glass and explain how stained glass is made. She'll show examples & explain each step from design to a finished item. There will also be finished works available for purchase.
Easton Compost Program

Compost Program
Going Strong

Congrats to all our Scrappy Scrappers out there. We reached record numbers last week with 1029.45 lbs. of food waste collected. That brings our total haul to 4,409.75 lbs.!
We'll see you in the alley on Saturday!

“The ground's generosity takes in our compost and grows beauty! Try to be more like the ground.”

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