Good Fortune, Ryan McDonald “Pop-Up”. Local produce, live music, Schlafly beer and more.


Just a few more weeks of the regular season market. Don’t forget to save the dates for our holiday season, artisan and farmers markets. The first one is Saturday, November 18th. The hours for our holiday and winter markets will be 9am-1pm.

We have a “Pop Up” at the market this week. Don’t miss this treat! Enjoy some culinary magic created by Ryan McDonald (of Good Fortune). You can bet that he will be using the best of our local, seasonal produce and pastured meats.
Come early, shop the market, grab a Schlafly beer and listen to live music on the patio, performed by Gary Schoenberger.
The pop up menu will be served from 4pm until Sold Out!

Thus far the vendor lists includes:
Farrar Out Farm- organically grown broccoli and Napa cabbage; pasture raised chicken, beef, pork and lamb, eggs; taking orders and deposits for turkeys
Alpacas of Troy- pasture raised pork and alpaca cuts, hand spun and dyed fiber and fiber crafts
Papa’s Pastures- locally raised and pastured pork cuts
Three Girls and a Tractor – a variety of local, seasonal produce (maybe melons). He never knows until the morning of.
Blue Heron Orchard– All Certified Organic (IDALS)
Non-pasteurized apple cider, Winesap Apples, Red Delicious(Crisp!)) & Braeburn, on farm-made vinegars, apple butters and sauce   “Sugar? Not!”
Kale Bunches and Heirloom Tomatoes
Ishaya Farm– a variety of seasonal, local produce, preserves, veggie chips
Rosy Buck and Flower Hill- pumpkins, tomatoes, sprouts,  basil, huckleberries, radish pods, okra
Three Rivers Community Farm– a variety of seasonal and local produce
Biver Farm– a variety of local, seasonal produce
Ivan’s Fig Farm– a variety of local seasonal produce
Buila Family Farm– a variety of local, seasonal produce
The Tamale Man– fresh made tamales (pork, chicken, vegetarian and vegan)
Larder & Cupboard – a variety of local cheese, house made preserves, fruit crisps, fermentation kits and more
Ringhausen Orchard– cider, a variety of apples, jams
El Chico Bakery– traditional fruit filled empanadas, giant cookies and traditional Mexican pasteries
SudAmerica– alfajores (butter cookies filled with dulce de leche), alfajores with coconut, canoncitos (crispy cones filled with dulce de leche), milhojas (crispy filo dough filled with dulce de leche), fruit filled trenzas, and a variety of savory empanadas.
EmmiLu’s Barkery locally created dog treats
Red Guitar – artisan sourdough breads
Weidner Farm– local, raw honey

Thank you for your continued support.
René

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