New Year, same great market. Our hearty vendors keep filling their tables with plenty of goodness to fill your bags!
Bedient Farms will have a large selection of beef, pork and chicken. Don't forget we have bones for making your own, healthy bone broth too! Help keep your immune system strong during this cold and flu season. Also check out our current sales on the website! Please order ahead for market if you can and we will see you there!
Riedman Happy Hives will be back at market with 1 and 2lb glass jars of local raw honey. Buzz on by, say Hi and we'll bee sure you don't run out of the sweet stuff during this coffee/tea-drinking weather!
Kitchen Blessings hopes to there with fresh baked cookies and other treats, only a temperamental oven will keep Lori away!
Wohlschlegel's Naples Maple Syrup returns with: Pure NYS Maple Syrup Flavors:
*Dark* *Very Dark*
Maple Cream Spread, Granulated Maple Sugar, Maple Garlic Rub, Maple Coffee, Maple Tea, Wheat Free Oatmeal-Maple Dog Treats, Soft & Hard Sugar Shapes, Maple Granola, Body Care Products: Maple - Vanilla: Soap, Lotion, Lip Balm
Rise and Shine Bread will have English Muffin bread, Asiago Ciabatta, Focaccia, Honey Wheat
Amber Reifsteckwill have a few stew starters, halved squash, and beeswax tapers.
This will probably be her last week at market until the spring flowers return.
Fisher Hill Farm will have a wide variety of produce. Salad greens and Asian greens from our high tunnel. Carrots, parsnips, beets, kale, potatoes, sweet potatoes, onions and more. Local apples. Several winter squash varieties along with free range eggs, chicken and Red Jacket juices.
Clearview Farmwill offer tasty Red Russian kale and a free recipe with any kale purchase, baby turnips and greens, rutabaga, leeks, buckwheat, dry black turtle beans, truly free-range eggs, frozen stewing hens, and tasty 100% organically and grass-grown Black Angus steaks, roasts, ground beef, and variety meats.
10am-11am January 14, 28 February 11, 25 March 11, 25 April 8, 22 May 6, 20 Antis Street Lot South Main Street Behind Byrne Dairy