Saturdays 9am - 1pm
Centre Square, Easton, PA

Summer Saturdays in the Circle
"Deep summer is when laziness finds respectability." ~Sam Keen

We're hitting that pinnacle of summer farmers' market shopping... that glorious week when our farmers' tents are overflowing with just about every fruit and vegetable imaginable. Come fill your bags with sweet corn, juicy peaches, plump blackberries, stunning purple eggplant, perfect heirloom tomatoes, and greens galore. And melons are extra sweet this year thanks to the sizzling temps.

After you shop, grab a cold beverage and relax under one of the Circle's shady trees and enjoy the cool sounds of local favorite Doug Hawk. Sounds like a nice way to start your weekend, doesn't it? We sure think so.
Zany Zukes Ready to Race
in 13th Annual Zucchini 500
Thank goodness we rescheduled the Zucchini 500! Tomorrow's weather is looking just perfect for racing squash... seasonal temps, low humidity, and a slight breeze that'll help propel those cars down the track.

When? 9am-12:30pm
(Carving starts at 9am; Race begins at 11am)
Where? In the Crayola Plaza
Who? Kids ages 3-15 (Kids Category)
Adults 16+ (Adult Category

Try to squash the competition after carving your zuke into a sports car, midsize vehicle or monster truck. How exactly are you supposed to turn a zucchini into a lightning fast race car? Easton Farmers’ Market has all the supplies needed to soup up your zuke — wheels, axles, carving tools and decorations ($7). The Zucchini 500 pit crew will also be on hand to offer their car-building expertise. 

Races will be officiated by real-life NASCAR official Peter Brohl. All participants will receive a 2019 Zucchini 500 racing medallion.

Drivers race their zucchini in heats (based on car type) down a two-lane track. Winners will receive gift cards to Bank Street Creamery, Book & Puppet Co. passes and goodies from Crayola Experience, Easton Farmers’ Market tokens and more!

The only restriction is that participants can’t pre-build their chassis at home.

All the leftovers from Zucchini 500 will go to the Easton Compost Program.
Sponsored By
Win a Spiralizer!
Not sure what to do with all those zucchini? Spiralize them! In celebration of Zucchini 500 we're giving away a spiralizer tomorrow! Stop by the EFM Info Tent to enter this FREE Drawing!!!!

Easton Yoga Visits the POP Tent!

Join us tomorrow for an Introduction to yoga with Easton Yoga: Mindful, Healthy Body
with a fun craft!

Who: Children Ages 4-12
What: Fun & Educational Market Activities
Where: Easton Farmers’ Market POP Tent 
When: Saturday Mornings 9am-1pm

Twin Maple Farms
Last week shoppers voted Twin Maple Farms the "Vendor of the Week" in our Local Loyalty program. No surprise, considering how happy everyone was for the arrival of the season's first sweet corn! Look for lots more fresh-picked white and bicolor corn this week. The corn boys (as they're affectionately called) tell us it's a great year for sweet corn! Oh and don't miss their 5 lb. bags of potatoes too.
Phillips Farm
The end of July kicks off the Blackberry season at Phillips Farms. Not only do blackberries taste delicious but they also have major health benefits and are extremely low in calories. Don’t miss out on the other produce available at Phillips Farms this weekend: Raspberries; Red Currants; Cantaloupe; Watermelon; Plums; Peaches; Nectarines; Garlic; Garlic Scapes; and Fennel.
Cabbage Throw Farm
Giant zucchini are ready to be carved into zooming race cars in the Zucchini 500.
And while the Cabbage Throw Farm squash plants may have slowed down, the eggplants and tomatoes are the winners this week! Get your cans ready and start stocking up on goodies for winter. Spend a morning canning tomatoes, baking zucchini bread to freeze and to eat fresh and pickling veggies! Cabbage Throw Farm will also have their usual cooking greens, fresh herbs, and bulk and bunched root vegetables including beets, carrots, and turnips!
Scholl Orchards
Watermelon arrives this week at Scholl's, and like this year's cantaloupe, it's super sweet! You'll also find sugar plums, juicy nectarines. And loads of yellow and white peaches. Sweet and tart cherries are still available too. Look for tomatoes, and lots of veggies to round out the mix of fresh-picked goodness.
Pheasant Hill Farm & PorTch Tea
Pheasant Hill Farm will have lots of long-lasting bouquets featuring lisianthus this week! And they'll have plenty of PorTch Tea’s refreshing summer flavors of good-for-you, tasty kombucha (made with Pheasant Hill's own herbs and fruits).
Sycamore Grille
Zucchini Fingers
Don't Miss Sycamore Grille's famous Zucchini fingers with lemon dill aioli. Perfect with their ice-cold fresh-squeezed strawberry lemonade.
Doughnut Love
This week's delicious doughnut love menu includes:
  • Lemon Blueberry 
  • Cinnamon Crumb 
  • (Vegan) Zucchini—a special flavor for the Zucchini 500! A mildly sweet zucchini doughnut (think Zucchini bread in doughnut form) with a light vanilla glaze! 
Breakaway Farms
A Brand NEW Sausage!
Team Breakaway introduces their latest & greatest sausage this week; Loukanika Sausage! A perfect blend of Pastured Pork, Grass Fed Lamb, Sea Salt, White Wine, Fresh Thyme, Orange Zest, Fresh Garlic, Black Pepper, Oregano, and Allspice… 

Paired with Fresh Zucchini, this is the perfect summer meal. Farmer Nate tells us he used in some pretty fabulous zucchini boats last week

Breakaway will also have everything you need for the grill; Pastured Pork Chops, Free Range Chicken, Grass Fed Steaks, Artisanal Sausages, and so much more! 

PSST... And don't forget the BACON... it IS BLT Season after all!
Valley Milkhouse

This Saturday, come have a taste of what Stefanie’s dairy dream team has been fermenting this month: sheep’s milk Witchgrass and their cherished cow’s milk Foxtail feta! This version of Witchgrass is made with a sheep-cow blend and has an extra rich, creamy texture with sweet, fruity notes from the sheep’s milk and mushrooms, earthy aromas from the white mold rind. Foxtail feta is made with raw milk and aged for 4 months - a special reserve batch just for our EFM devotees! 

These cheeses make for the perfect pairing ingredient for all of your zucchini recipes - check out one of our favorites below! 

Zucchini and Feta Frittata 

2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
1 large zucchini trimmed and cut into about 1/3 inch cubes 
7 large eggs beaten
10 cherry tomatoes cut in half
3 leaves large basil torn into small pieces
4 oz Valley Milkhouse feta
4 oz Clover cheese (for egg batter)
salt and pepper to taste

Turn the grill (broiler) onto high and position a rack about 10 inches away
Heat 1 tbsp olive oil in skillet (broiler proof) over med-high heat. Sauté the zucchini. transfer to a paper towel to drain
Add the other 1 tbsp olive oil to the pan and reduce the heat to low. Whisk the eggs with the salt and pepper (to taste) and Clover Fromage Blanc, stir in the cooked zucchini and then pour into the skillet. Use a spatula to make sure the zucchini are in a single layer
Cook slowly until the frittata is mostly set (about 8 minutes). It should still be a little runny on top. Add in the cherry tomatoes, cut side up, and the basil - pushing them into the egg mixture. Scatter the feta cheese on top
Place the skillet under the broiler until puffy and golden - enjoy! 
Raspberry Ridge
Sheep Creamery
Camelbah is back! This is a sheep's milk soft bloomy white rind cheese that is light and mild. Rob likes it with fruit or a sweet white wine, but it's a mellow cheese that can be enjoyed on a sandwich too. Raspberry Ridge will have sheep's milk hard cheeses and yogurt too.
Primordia Mushroom Farm
It was hot, it was dry. Then it was wet, now there are mushrooms! Loads and loads of chanterelles this weekend folks! 
Farmstand Recipes

It's a beautiful week ahead, and what could better match this weather than a light and refreshing salad? This week Farmstand Recipes be featuring all of your favorites such as their summer hit: the Greek Farro Salad and the all-time classic Kale and Quinoa Power Salad. This week is your last chance to snag Chef Ada's Roasted Salsa Verde! This life-changing salsa only comes out once per year so if you're a fan...stock up. See you in the circle!
Artists at the ACE Tent
Free Gelli Painting with Bonnie Winfield

Join Bonnie Winfield from The Journey Home Community Arts Studio for this creative and fun workshop.

This amazing printing technique uses a Gelli Plate, acrylic paint, stencils, rollers, bubble wrap and other items to make a fun postcard to send to your friends or frame for yourself.
Great for all ages. Take what you make. Get excited with the arts!
Be Love Succulents
Stop by and check out Rhonda's newest creations. Heading back to College soon? Grab some super cute arrangements for your dorm or apartment!
Hijinx Brewing Co.

HiJinx will be selling cans of summery TropicAle (a fruity ale with flavors of mango and pineapple), and CoCo Kayla (a coconut IPA). Or try their Wicked White (a Belgian witbier brewed with orange peel and coriander), say yes to Helles Yes (a German lager). They will also have the CoCo Kayla available on draft (in 16oz pours).
Social Still

Social Still returns this week with their vodka, gin, smooch (strawberry kiwi vodka), vault bourbon, Sasquatch (vanilla maple bourbon), and rye.
Stock up on some local spirits for your summer cocktails!
Vendor Absences: July 27th
Peace Tree Farm, Teels Hill Soapworks

Doug Hawk
Doug Hawk's compositions are more positive affirmation than they are songs. This is intelligent, inspiring, grooving music that not only makes you think but groove, as well. Lyrically topical with a positive message. Comparisons to artists such as Stevie Wonder, Jamiroquai, Steely Dan and Gill Scott-Heron are accurate but in a purely derivative sense. Don't miss Easton-favorite Doug Hawk Saturday from 10 am to 12 noon in the Music Tent under the trees on the north lawn of the Circle.

Be the first to learn about the newest shops and restaurants headed to Downtown Easton! Join the Easton Main Street Initiative on a free FAM(iliarity) Tour on the last Saturday of each month, July-October, starting this Saturday, July 27. The 45-minute guided walking tour will take you to hidden gems and some soon-to-open shops. This week's tour will leave at noon from Easton Farmers' Market. (Bonus: The first 10 people get market swag!)
Thank You to Our 2019 Sponsors
Easton Farmers' Market is a program of Greater Easton Development Partnership
Phone: 610-330-9942