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

--- MASKS REQUIRED ---

Free Parking - Rain or Shine - EBT Accepted - Dogs Welcome
Shopping Local Year Round

This time of year we typically see market attendance begin to wane, and this season is no exception. Many people associate farmers' markets strictly with summertime - seeking out the market superstars like strawberries, peaches and sweet corn. There's no question, summer's bounty is pretty spectacular. But fall, and even winter, bring their own unique gifts. Eating with the seasons teaches us patience and gratitude and keeps us feeling connected to the earth - and aware of the challenges faced by those who grow our food. It teaches us empathy. And from a culinary perspective it pushes us out of our comfort zone, making us more creative with our cooking. So this year we challenge you to keep on keepin' on, and support local farmers, makers, and bakers all year long. You may be surprised at what you learn and discover along the way.

This Saturday's forecast: Sunny and 69 degrees with great music, happy people and the best food around.

EFM Merchandise Special: Canvas Totes on Sale for $15. All toddler tees and infant onesies on Sale $10.
Feed Your Soul - Fall Comfort Food
One-Pot Bacon Broccoli Pasta
From The Girl Who Ate Everything
"This One-Pot Bacon Broccoli Pasta comes together in less than 20 minutes. It’s a great easy recipe to keep in your file. I’m always looking for One-Pot dinners and this recipe is full of flavor and so easy!" - Christy Denney

Grown with Love
Fresh Produce
Cabbage Throw Farm
Garlicky Goodness
This week, Cabbage Throw Farm will be continuing with lots of baby greens and root vegetables. Purple kohlrabi, red beets, black radishes, purple top turnips, watermelon radishes will color the tables along with red radishes, salad turnips, lettuce, Bok choy, Tatsoi, Napa cabbage, broccoli rabe, kale, herbs and more. 

News from the farm, garlic for next season is being prepped and planted! Garlic will be available by the pound and as braids this weekend. 
Salvaterra's Gardens
Organic Apples
Broccoli and cauliflower are beautiful but winding down for the season. Enjoy them while you can!
Also on tap for this weekend - spring mix, arugula, spinach, kale, chard, collards, pak choy, cabbage (red, green, nappa), head lettuce, broccoli, cauliflower, spaghetti squash, bell peppers, yellow onions, apples (try the snow apples!), radishes, turnips, carrots, scallions, beets, parsley, and cilantro.
Scholl Orchards
Baking with Apples
Apples, apples, apples! Now's the time to bake a pie, make a crisp or some applesauce. How about a Jewish Apple Cake? This super moist cake is easy to make and a favorite in Pennsylvania. Choose from varieties such as The Three Amigos, Ludacrisp and Rosalee and so many more! And lots of fresh-pressed cider. Scholl's also has a variety of delicious pears. Tip: The Sickel pears are perfect for little hands.

Veggie offerings this week: Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, winter squashes, creamy red potatoes and onions.
Phillips Farms
Brussels Sprouts and Healthy Greens
As the temperatures get cooler, time is running out for tender greens such as Swiss Chard, Arugula and Lettuce, so enjoy them while you can. Heartier braising greens such as Kale and Collards will be around for awhile longer. Stop by Phillips Farms this week to get all your favorite produce: Brussels sprouts, broccoli, winter squash, fennel, celeriac, parsnips, spinach, cauliflower, sweet potatoes, carrots, kale, beets, leeks, fresh herbs, onions, garlic, potatoes, cabbage and more! And stock up on your favorite apple varieties, including Evercrisp, Honeycrisp, Ambrosia, Gala, Fuji, Macoun, Cameo, Empire, Braeburn, Pink Lady and Gold Rush. Looking to make appesauce or do some serious baking? Pre-order a big basket of 'seconds.' And don’t forget the freshly pressed Apple Cider and fresh bunches of fragrant Eucalyptus. 

Credit cards accepted. Online ordering available at www.FellowFarmer.com. Choose Easton Farmers Market as your pickup location. $20 minimum order requested.
Primordia Mushrooms
Not much in the way of forged mushrooms this time of year, but the cultivated varieties are jumping for joy in the cooler weather and coming in strong. Look for all your usual favorites this weekend... Pioppino, Trumpet, Shiitake, Oyster, Lion's Mane, Maitake and more!

Pasture Raised
Meat & Eggs
Breakaway Farms
A NEW Bacon Debuts Saturday
This week you can find Breakaway Farms at market with their featured Autumn Bacon; Festiv-Fall. Made with their Pastured Pork, Fall Spices, & All The Love from Farmer Nate, this is sure to bring you warmth & comfort on these cool, fall days!

Order at breakawayfarms.net by 1pm on Friday to pick up at your favorite open-air farmers’ market!
Just Baked
Apple Ridge Farm
This week Apple Ridge is featuring their Bavarian Style Pretzels and their own farm made mustards. If you've never tried these pretzels you're really missing out. Tip: the mustards make great holiday gifts!
Flour Shop Bakery
Thanksgiving is just around the corner and Flour Shop's famous pumpkin rolls are back. Made with fresh locally grown Scholl Orchards pumpkin. Delicious with a hot cup of coffee from Fieldstone Coffee Roasters!

Want to pre-order a pumpkin roll for the holidays? Call: 610.419.9645
From the Creamery
Raspberry Ridge Creamery
Alert: Last Market Appearance - 2020
Raspberry Ridge has stopped milking for the season and the cave is almost empty. This will be Rob's last week at the market this year so stop by and stock up on your favorites cheeses and say goodbye to Rob. He'll be offering Camembert, Gouda, Spiced Chevre and Feta, and his popular yogurt!

Haven Farmstead Table
Fresh Feta in brine (cow's milk) is back by popular demand this weekend. And good news, Haven Farmstead is going to keep this seasonal favorite going until Thanksgiving so you'll have something delicious to top your winter greens with.
Savory Specialties
Little Miss Korea
Lobynn's homemade mandu dumplings are the the talk of the town! Available in pork, chicken, kimchi & beef, spinach & kale, shrimp, and shrimp & broccoli. $7.50 (6 pcs.); $13 (12 pcs.). Check out their other Korean specialties too! lots of vegetarian options here.
Botanicals & Skin Care
Teels Hill Soapworks
Scents of the Season
Autumn Spices! Who doesn't love the warming scent of autumn spices? Susan's Ginger Snap, Cinnabar, Orange Spice and Working Hands are great choices to bring some spicy fall fragrance into your home. Teels Hill will also have their Autumn Spice Air spray - scented with Sweet Orange, Ginger, Cinnamon and Clove essential oils.
Guest Vendors
Earthy Edith's

You're careful about the food you put into your body. What about the chemicals you use to clean your home? Check out Earthy Edith's full line of all-natural household cleaning supplies. Pictured above is her POWER SCOUR, an essential oil infused baking soda acting as a natural deodorizer, whitener, and scrubbing enhancer. Earthy Edith's blend includes antiviral, antibacterial, and anti fungal properties. See more
The Bubbly Goat

This week the Bubbly Goat returns with a little focus on Christmas. Along with their regular line up of soaps, lotions and skincare products, they will have some very pretty gift sets. All inclusive and no gift wrapping needed. A simple and easy way to spread some Holiday cheer!

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.
Easton Farmers' Market Calendar
Looking Ahead
Saturday November 21st - Last market day of regular season

Saturday November 28th - Thanksgiving break
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Saturday December 5th, 12th & 19th - EFM 'Holiday Edition' at Scott Park (25 vendors)
10:00 am* - 1:00 pm. *please note later start time

Saturday January 9th - Winter Market begins; located on Church Street, behind Easton Public Market. The Winter Market will run every Saturday through April this year. Hours: 10:00 am - Noon.
Around Town...
November 2nd - 8th
Is your property watershed-friendly?

Nurture Nature Center has a great new program in partnership with Penn State Extension, which helps property owners to certify their yards/lawns as Watershed-Friendly. This is a statewide program to encourage people to reduce use of pesticides and increase use of methods to manage stormwater and support habitat on their properties.
The goal of this project is to expand the number of watershed-friendly properties throughout Pennsylvania while educating residents, communities, educational institutions, and businesses about the value of a healthy watershed and best practices for improving water quality.

Read more about the program and complete an online application to see if you qualify to receive a watershed-friendly property sign here: https://nurturenaturecenter.org/programs/community/wfp-cert/

Funding for this program is provided by the Department of Environmental Protection’s 2020 Environmental Education Grants Program.
Thank you to our Sponsors 
for Supporting our Local Food System
Easton Farmers' Market
Scott Park
128 Larry Holmes Drive
Easton, PA 18042
Easton Farmers' Market is program of
Greater Easton Development Partnership
610.330.9942