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Champaign, OH: Last Call!
It’s Tuesday, and this is your last call reminder to get your weekly orders in, by 8:00am!!
So much goodness, so much fun, you just don’t want to be left out of this amazing weekly market, this week…
Statesboro Market2Go: Order Before 10pm Tuesday!
Peppers are coming in strong this week on Market2Go, we’ve even got two new varieties available!
Our varieties include:
- Cayenne Peppers
- Bell Peppers
- Sweet Banana Peppers
- Finger Peppers
- and Cubanelle Peppers
So spice up your week by making:
- Some Homemade Salsa that uses several varieties of pepper, including cayenne.
- Feta Cheese Stuffed Peppers make a great appetizer, and can be made with sweet long peppers like banana peppers and cubanelle peppers.
- Pickled Banana Peppers that are perfect for adding a little extra kick to hot dogs, burgers, salads, and sandwiches!
- And for a super satisfying supper, there’s Chicken Phaal, a spicy chicken & tomato curry that uses very spicy jwala (aka finger) peppers, but can be modified to suit your tastes.
Old99Farm Market: Week of July 18 2021
Plenty of rain means plenty of berries!
Raspberries and black currants are available. Plenty of black currants, great for juicing or making jams/jellies.
Veggies available include beets, fuku Kovach turnips (so many great compliments about these turnips, they’re a must try), purple top white globe turnips, Swiss chard, collard greens red kale, Leeks, baby tropeana onions, beautiful green cabbage heads.
SPECIAL SALE THIS WEEK, ALL PASTURED PORK SELECTIONS ARE 10% OFF !!!
Please remember to place your order before 7am Thursday morning. Orders placed after this time may not be processed. Market pickup times are 4pm to 6pm Thursday and Friday.
Have a safe week, we’ll see you at the farm!
Nick & Angela
Ian & Cami
Fayetteville Farmers' Market: ONLINE ORDERS STILL OPEN UNTIL 6 AM WED
*Peaches and blackberries available!
*Flower bouquets available this week,
*Tomatoes are here!
*Cucumbers for pickling,too.
*Lots of local eggs available.
*Grilling time—try some local meat.
*Check the full product list for more produce items plus: baked goods, cheeses, meats, honey, crafts, locally made salsas, peanut butter, jams.
Online orders are easy and open until 6 am Wednesday morning. Pick up on Thursday afternoon—drive by from 4:30-6:00 PM. No minimum order required.
REMINDER: PICKUP DAY AND TIME:
4:30pm to 6:00 pm on THURSDAY at Fayetteville Public Library Outdoor Parking Lot.
NEED DELIVERY INSTEAD? DEADLINE TO REQUEST DELIVERY TO FAYETTEVILLE ZIP CODES IS THURSDAY 9 AM. Instructions are in your order confirmation.
THURSDAY PICKUP LOCATION AND PROCESS:
The OUTDOOR parking area at the south end of the new part of the Fayetteville Public Library. Approach on School Street and turn west into the outdoor parking lot.
Put your name on a piece of paper in the passenger side window and follow the signs to the pickup point in the lot.
Someone will meet your car, and direct you to a parking spot to wait a few moments while we bring out your order.
Thank you for your continued support of the online market!
Wholesome Harvest Farm WV: Wholesome Harvest Farm online market is open!
Just realized we never got the email sent! Soooo sorry! It’s open now.
Our online market is open!
Order need to be in by 2 P.M. Tuesday.
Looking forward to seeing you when you pick up your order!
GFM : Market News
It’s high summertime and produce is in full swing.
Did you grow a garden and now have more than your family can eat before it spoils? Did you know that the Greeneville farmers market is the best place for backyard gardeners to sell their over abundant crops? You don’t need to set up more than you want to. There’s no commitment. Only a small booth fee. If you want an easy, place to sell your produce with a friendly atmosphere and camaraderie contact us. Greenevillefarmersmarket@gmail.com or www.greenevillefarmersmarket.com
And don’t forget to visit our Hump Day Market, Wednesdays from 3-5pm at the Doak House Museum on Tusculum Universities campus, 690 Erwin Hwy, Greeneville.
Siloam Springs, AR: Online Market is Open!
Tomatoes, cucumbers, micro greens and more are available online this week as well as eggs, baked goods, and a great selection of meats!
Enjoy shopping for your favorite items online and be sure to walk through the outdoor market when you pick up your order.
Have a great week and see you Saturday!
Champaign, OH: Weekend Haze
Good morning, lovely customers!
Here we are, Monday, once again, and we are heading into another lovely week!
I just wanted to remind you of all the lovely local produce, and seasonal products available, as well as all of the year round products that you love, on a weekly basis!
And, the garlic gals of JCGrowers have so much of their garlic crop, ready for ordering!!! This is always a highlight of the season!
Don’t forget that we have blackberries, from Champaign Berry…the season is short, and they are in high demand!
Kingdom Fish has been knocking everyone out with their seasonal produce, microgreens, and tilapia!
Flowers are abundant from our floral vendors!!
Lady Bug Acres has been bringing in great looking kale, peppers, and their usual eggs and honey!
Summer breakfasts need eggs, milk, jams, jellies, maple syrup, honey, baked goods…
Grilling season is here, and there are so many great cuts of meat, brats, burgers, and patties on the market!! The fish and seafood that is featured on the market also are perfect for a grilled dinner!
When you are outside, grilling, or even doing yard work, ChrisMis has you covered with outdoor sprays, itching salve, and poison ivy soap!
ELM Tree Essentials can add to your oil collections!! I know that I have been making my own multi-purpose cleaner, using her Thieves blend, and I will never look at a store bought cleaner, again! Also, her Patchouli oil is the only patchouli I love to wear…
Looking to serve your appetizers on beautiful woodworks? While you are waiting on the grilling, you can serve snacks and drinks on the cutting boards and coasters from Ehrle Bird Designs!
Do you need gluten free options for all those breakfasts and grill feasts? Look to Ella Bella for her gluten free mixes or to Madison’ Gluten Free Baking for her amazing baked goods!
Looking to get super spicy and hot with your grilling? Look to spices from JCGrowers, and for some real kick, look to Ho’s Peppers!!
Indian Creek Dairy is the perfect milk that I mentioned for those summer breakfasts, and Lippincott Honey, is another lovely honey option, perfect for serving with say…some Cosmic Charlie Flower Power biscuits..
The girls of Flourish, along with Kim from Kim’s Homestead Flowers can give beauty to your home, tables, and outdoors!
For a summer body treat, try My Daily Hemp for her body butters…divine!
Another lovely way to bring warmth into your home is with candles. As the sun sets, I love to light candles. Old Homefarm Candles are the BEST scented candles!!!
With tons of grilling, you will want a lot of salad using the already mentioned produce, AND, the lettuce varieties from Old Souls Farm!!
Look to Oberly Bros Farm for your corn needs for feeding the wildlife around you, and for any woodworking like his bat houses…or, hey…if you want to bake, he also has whole wheat flour!
Staying healthy is easy with S and S Naturals elderberry products!!
For breakfast, or kicking back with dessert, Spotted Cow offers some of the best Hemisphere’s Coffee selections!! Coffee not your thing? ChrisMis Farms, and Cottage Alpaca offer tea blends!
That lovely maple syrup that I mentioned for breakfast? It can also be used in other recipes, and even as a syrup for cocktails…and, it comes to us from Valley View Woodlands!
Those grilling options? Look to Oakview Farm Meats, TH Wallace Farms, Stoll Farm/Vernon Family Beef, Freshwater Farms, and Kingdom Fish…
The hardworking bakers for those desserts and treats…let’s hear it for Ruthie’s Pies, Airport Cafe, One Eyed Cookie Lab, Ga-Ga’s Goodies, Cabin Creek, and Baked Batter!
Don’t forget your pets…they love treats, as well, and you can get those from…The Barkery or from Freshwater Farms!
When Homecomer Traditions are on the market, John offers lovely works of wood, especially during holiday time!
For unique gifts, socks, dryer balls, GourmetFibers, Cottage Alpaca Creations, has a huge selection!
When Blue Jacket is on for the one week of the month, their cheeses pair well, with everything!!
And, you know what is the perfect ending to grilling? Dessert!! Pies!! Cookies!! Cupcakes!! Fudge!!
It’s all good, here at the market!!
And…just a heads up…after this week, I will then put my products in vacation mode, again, for another week of wedding prep work, so order, now!
To round out this amazing list of vendors and products, you also have my bread products and soups, at Cosmic Charlie! AND…last, but not least, your market managers bring you…Hippie and the Farmer…
Go, order, it all closes, for the week, at 8am, tomorrow morning!!
Lathemtown Farm Fresh Market: Summer Update
We are happy to be getting all this rain – everything is growing well! Even those weeds :/ We have planted more beans and tomatoes to keep the crop going through fall. New beds of lettuces, spinach and chard have been planted to replace the ones that have bolted in the heat. Berries are a bit soggy so I will put any extra in the stand on Saturday during pick up. Remember to check the “Extras” cooler each Saturday as I will put any extra quantities of baked goods, soups and salads in there – anything that requires cooling.
Thanks again to all of you that return containers and cartons and jars! I like to keep reusing to keep costs lower and reduce waste. I try to add $1 for each bag you return – if I missed your account credit please let me know. Not all bags have a name on them for me to know.
Have a great week!
Farmher Chef Amy
Cumberland County, TN: CSFM open for ordering
Sorry I tried just sending the weblog without the long list thinking that would be less bothersome but I didn’t know you couldn’t get to the market that way.