Music | Billington Sea : Hayley Sabella & Jake Hill | 2:30-6:30
Vendor Spotlight : Last week this winter! | Sirenetta Seaside Chocolatier | 2:30-6:30
New Vendor | Bobby Mac’s Mobile Sharpening | 2:30-6:30
Be sharp! Don’t forget your dull knives, scissors or tools! Owned and Operated by Bobby (Mac the Knife) McBride, Bobby Mac’s Mobile Knife Sharpening will be at the Plymouth Farmers’ market each month, starting on Thursday. Bobby was trained and certified as Expert Sharpener under a Hawaiian Island Master Sharpener. Bobby is no stranger to cutlery and service. Bobby has been a Culinarian for over twenty five years. He knows the importance of excellence and the true meaning of service.
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This month at the February Market…
24 days until spring! Sure doesn’t feel like it… but the boxes of seed packets on my table, and bags of potting soil in my driveway beckon me with promises of optimistic possibility…as soon as I can work my way into the quonset igloo that I used to call a greenhouse we’ll start seeding…Those two pictures represent a stark contrast of seasons…
Since there’s not much to be done outside, I’ve been really trying to get on top of paperwork and planning, crop plans, field layout, greenhouse seeding charts, seed orders, organic certification… we’re planning on trying a few exciting new things this year: artichokes and cauliflowers and beef and lamb, and adding a csa distribution in addition to the two markets.
I’m not growing any greens in my hoophouse this winter, trying to starve and freeze the pest population that’s been building up in there the past few years. So I won’t be bringing anything green this week, however, provided I can shovel my way into the root cellar, we’ll have lots of crisp, sweet carrots, potatoes, leeks, turnips and garlic. And eggs. Lots of eggs…
So pack up the reusable bags, strap on the ice cleats, and meet me at the market! Thanks for your support, and don’t take food from strangers…
I’ve always enjoyed the slower pace of winter….but I have to say moving snow and feeding the stove is starting to loose its charm. Looking forward to getting out! Hope to see you at the market. Steph and I will be bringing our jams and jellies, our famous jarred organic tomatoes, and a fresh batch of garlic powder! And of course Potatoes! Meet me at the Market!
We have a wide variety of sausages available this month – Sweet Italian, Hot Italian, Bratwurst, Cajun Andouille, Chorizo, Nitrate Free Kielbasa and Nitrate Free Hot dogs!
What will you buy? Bring the BIG wagon – there is SO much coming to market!
Baker & Cook Notes…
Puerto Rican Chickpea Stew (regular with chorizo and vegetarian) – this stew is also Paleo and low-carb. Also serving 4 bean Tuscan soup with chorizo, Kale and Italian Couscous. We also have a vegetarian version. Selling frozen empanadas and other frozen soups including chili and squash soup. Need help with a party – St. Patrick’s Day or Easter? Let Tasteful Adventures help!
Check Out Our Special Heart Shaped Gluten Free Sugar Cookies Dipped In Gluten Free Dark Chocolate! We will also have Gluten Free Peanut Butter Kiss Cookies. If you are running low on breads or English Muffins we will have Our Gluten Free Maple Oat Bread, (Some Dairy Free) Multi Grain Flax Breads and Country White Bread. Our English Muffins our Gluten and Dairy Free! Like us on Facebook Page
Can you even imagine anything better with a steaming bowl of soup than a thick slice of liberally buttered home made bread? Except maybe a golden cheese bun. You will have your pick this week as I will come prepared with crusty loaves of peasant bread, earthy loaves of anadama bread, and hearty loaves of oatmeal. And, of course, to polish it all of? A double chocolate bun! Just a reminder, all the white flour I use is organic, and all the whole grains are local (except for the oatmeal; it’s organic but not local). I’m looking forward to a basket clean-out of a market this week! Meet me at the market!
Skip the store bought crackers and make your own crostini! Thinly slice a loaf of peasant bread, brush both sides with olive oil, melted butter or a combo. Season with salt and pepper and some Web of Life garlic powder. Bake 15-20 minutes at 350 until crispy. These go great with a dish of Al’s hot pepper jelly melted over a bar of cream cheese.
We are looking forward to seeing everyone at the market this Thursday. We will be bringing all the regular favorites. Roasted Vegetable Quiche, Oatmeal Brown Sugar Bread, Honey I’m Whole Wheat Bread, and Galettes. New this month…
Braided Onion Bread- filled with Caramelized onions
Tropical Granola-made with organic coconut oil and organic dried unsweetened coconut
French Chocolate Granola- with french chocolate pearls and goji berries
See you at the market!
FREE SAMPLE OF NEW RECIPE! With every purchase we will be giving away a sample bag of our new treat – SALMON & SWEET POTATO
$1 off 2 loaves of bread
5lbs root vegetables, $10
$1 off any purchase
$1 off any arepa
Special Holiday Gift Baskets, This week, Queen Bee will have handmade wood gift baskets made in our very own wood shop. Special gift bags will also bee available. Friends of the market get 2.00 OFF any wood gift basket. Back by popular demand!!! “BAKLAVA” MADE WITH LOCAL HONEY. A delicious treat for all to enjoy, indulge for the holidays!
Buy one gluten free cinnamon raisin scone at regular price, get one 1/2 off while they last