January 9th Market News | 2014 Indoor Season

Culinary Insights | Alyson Gregory of Lido Juice Bar | 4:00

Join Alyson Gregory of the market’s newest member, Lido Juice Bar and gain some insights about the insanely delicious and healthy benefits of juicing your favorite local fruits and veggies. Alyson will prepare Lido’s  popular “Bela Lugosi”, featuring beets, carrots, apples and ginger root.

Sprouts | The A-Maize-Ing World of Indian Corn | 3:00-5:30

What has ears but cannot hear and wears a coat of many colors?
An ear of Indian corn, of course! Join Plimoth Plantation’s Museum Educators and discover the a-maize-ing world of Indian corn! Try your hand at making corn flour and take home your very own “corn-y”

Drop in from 3:00 to 5:30P at the Discovery Center (Best for children ages 3-5.)

Materials Fee: $3 per child or $5 for 2 children (Cash or PFM Tokens Accepted)

Community Hosts | Edible South Shore | 2:30-6:30

Music | Frank Albani & Susan Lee | 2:30-6:30

Harvest and Cooks Notes

  • Skinny Dip Farm

    From storage we’ll have a wide variety of root vegetables: red, striped and golden beets, super sweet carrots, several varieties of potatoes, watermelon radishes, several types of turnips, sunchokes, garlic and more.
    Fresh from the snowy fields we’ll have leeks and parsnips.
    And from our greenhouse we’ll have a limited supply of green things: kale, chard, and salad greens. Come early for these, they’re precious this time of year, and so delicious!
    All our veggies are certified organic and wicked good.

  • Pain D’Avignon

    Pain D’Avignon’s Executive Chef Matthew Tropeano will prepare a delicious potato leek soup topped with (optional) local house-smoked bacon. Eat-In or Take-Out in quart containers.

    Two types of tartines (French open-faced sandwiches) will also be available: curried chicken salad and fig jam, brie, and arugula.

    Pastry Chef Else Rhodes will be providing French Meat Pies and Pigs in a French Blanket, both baked with a flaky croissant dough.

  • Allen Farms

    Add fresh herbs from your indoor winter herb garden to your favorite recipes

  • Flapdoodle Bags

    I’ve got cases for all those Christmas iPads, kindles, and mini iPads!

    DID YOU KNOW? | I will also do custom orders.

  • River Rock Farm

    The year started off on a sad note, as our processing facility, Blood Farm ( a 6th generation family business and one of only 2 USDA inspected slaughterhouses in MA), was destroyed by fire on December 29th. As we figure out how to move forward, we will only have frozen cuts available for the time being. We look forward to a brighter new year and are thankful for the support of our customers.

    TRY THIS | Tips for cooking dry-aged beef

    During the dry-aging process, the beef’s juices are absorbed into the meat, reducing the total weight by about 25% but saturating the beef flavor and tenderizing the cut. We recommend cooking your dry- aged steak for 25% – 35% less time than a normal steak. This is because of the decreased amount of moisture in the steak. You will notice that the beef cooks faster and does not shrink down. The beef will have a lot of flavor on its own and does not require much more than a little salt and pepper right before cooking. Enjoy!

  • Sirenetta Seaside Chocolatier

    New Years Medley collection. Some of the best of the year plus a brand new Vanilla Balsamic Truffle using Omega Olive Oil’s Vanilla Balsamic Vinegar.

  • Rein’s Real Rye

    This month’s varieties: Caraway, RyeBerry and Swedish rye breads. Plenty of frozen Caraway and RyeBerry will be available at discounted prices – $2 off a loaf, $1 off a half loaf.

    In case the Winter Blah’s have already gotten the best of you here’s a photo to remind us all that, yes, Summer will be here again, eventually (and Rein will once again shave off his beard)!

  • See the complete list of 2013 Market Members

    Friend of the Market Specials

    By purchasing a $25 Friend of the Market card, you are strengthening the Plymouth Farmers’ Market’s ability to deliver on our mission and to keep our local food economy vibrant. In recognition of your support, Market Friends get access to weekly market specials with each of the Market members and Friends are also automatically entered into drawings for special rewards through May 2014! Show your friend card to take advantage of the specials and THANK YOU to all of our Friends that have committed to sustaining the Market. Please consider becoming a Friend of the Market


    • Plymouth Farmers’ Market

      Hi EBT/SNAP customers, please stop by the market table for your Friend of The Market card! It’s our way of thanking you with weekly specials and discounts for spending some of your food dollars with our farmers. We appreciate you shopping here!

    • Moonlightrose Alpacas

      unlined mittens regularly $20 special $18.

    • Allen Farms

      $1.00 off on indoor herb plants

    • Flapdoodle Bags

      10% off total purchase

    • River Rock Farm

      Ground Beef: 20% off

    • Sticky Paws

      $1.00 off a 7oz. bag of dog biscuits

    • Sirenetta Seaside Chocolatier

      $1.00 off a 4 piece box of Sea Salt Caramels. Originally $9.00- Friend Special $8.00!

    • Brown Boar Farm

    • Rein’s Real Rye

      “Make me an offer”! See something you want, offer the salesperson a reasonable monetary amount and we’ll most likely be happy to accommodate! Really! :)

    • Skinny Dip Farm

      mix and match root vegetables 5 lbs for $10

    January 9th – Indoor Market Rapidly Approaching….

    That’s right, folks. THIS is a Plymouth Farmer’s Market week! Join us INSIDE this Thursday, Jan 9th at the Plimoth Plantation Visitor’s Center for fabulous local food, artisan crafts and live music. Your favorite farmers, bakers and artisans have been working VERY hard. 

    Check out some of the activities planned for January’s market THIS THURSDAY. Get the newsletter and like us on Facebook for the very latest word..