Archive: Sep 2009
September 16th Market Day
Tomatoes, beans, squash, eggplants and chard continue to be in abundance at the market. We are looking forward to nice mild temperatures this Wednesday – a perfect day to shop for your veggies, fruits, bread, honey, flowers and treats. Gumbo Goddess will be back this week. If you have been going through Jumbalaya withdrawls, as I have, come on down for dinner! Only three market days left…
Tickets are selling quickly for the Farm to Table Gala on the 26th of September, less than two weeks away. It will be a fabulous evening with fresh, local food and live music. To buy your tickets online use this link, to buy your tickets at the market, come see us at the information booth. We appreciate your support at our once a year fundraising event!
Next week we are looking forward to having Camas Roots – our local community and school garden – selling tomatoes, potatoes, squash, peppers, and basil at the market.
Market Events for September 16th
Music – 5pm-7pm, Alicia Fay http://www.myspace.com/aliciafaynewsom Kid’s Activity – 3pm-7pm, Sensory Table: Dirt & Worms and the Bug Scene Chef Connection – 4pm, Watch the chef demo and learn some new tips WSU Master Gardeners – will be at the market information booth with plenty of literature and knowledge to answer your gardening and composting questions
Farmers and Vendors For last minute changes to our vendor list, please visit our interactive map
Autumn Moon – Chiles, lettuce, spinach, Swiss chard, kale, herbs, peppers, corn, green beans Brun’s Bakery – French white loaf, French rye baguette, apple cake, chocolate cookies, gluten free chocolate cookies, hot lips soda Draper Girls’ Country Farm – peaches, apples, pears, lamb, pork, dried apples Forge Creek Farm – chard, tomatoes, cucumbers, and more! The Garlic Lady – hand stuffed olives, pickled vegetables and garlic, drink mixes and gourmet natural cooking and beverage sauces Gumbo Goddess – cajun cuisine with a southern twist – gumbo, jumbalaya, fried catfish, offering vegetarian and flourless options Half Moon Farm – comb honey, lavender honey, regular honey, plants and produce, fresh lavender Heather’s Toffees – will be back in 2010 Heavenly Bounty – beets, lettuce, kale, tomatoes, eggplant, garlic, green beans Hill Tree Farms – flowers, Asian vegetables Kilauea Shave Ice – shaved ice with homemade syrups Mac’s Garden – peppers, lettuce, tomatoes, zucchini, Swiss chard, spinach, berries, basil, oregano, thyme, rosemary, lemon balm, potted plants Nature’s Choice/Dee Creek Farm -huckleberries, mushrooms (fresh premium wild porcini & morels, organic shiitake & maitake), cheeses, wild huckleberry jam & syrup, raw unfiltered honey, spring peas, pure mushroom seasonings, pure, dried ground wild elderberry powder Nutz-R-Us – candied nuts, iced tea Paper Tiger Coffee Roasters – artisan roasted specialty coffee beans, iced and hot coffee “Pop-a-Bak” – variety of fruit filled baklava and Greek gyros Russell’s Breads – garlic parmesan, kalamata olive, challah, brioche, scones, cookies, sweet breads and biscuits Svitoch European Bakery – baked goods, bread, cookies, pastries Truly Scrumptious – tarts (sweet and savory), moon pies, cupcakes, cookies Xiong Farms – tulips, irises, wallflowers, and many more flowers Zabor Mexican Grill – tamales, quesadillas, tacos, burritos and strawberry water