What’s Fresh This Week – January 6

Our vendors will be back in full force this Sunday, so you’ll be able to fill your market basket with everything you need – fresh produce, meats, poultry, cheese, herbs, jams & jellies, delicious prepared foods – all local and all fresh! See you on Sunday.

What’s Fresh This Week

Note: Our Daily Bread will be absent from the market this coming Sunday (1/6). Josephine’s Whole Grain Baking will be at the market, though, so you can still get your bread! Josephine asks that you come early to ensure you can get what you like – and she’ll also be taking advance orders via Facebook.

WHERE’S THE MILK??? If you’re looking for Battenkill Valley Dairy, you’ll find them inside Key Hall (across the Proctors Arcade), for the rest of the Winter Market. While you’re in Key Hall, why not stop and visit the other vendors there – you’ll find prepared foods, wine, and local music (plus plenty of comfortable seats for you to sit & enjoy your tasty treats)!

Abbey Farms: Ground goat meat; apple cranberry fruit bars

Barber’s Farm: High tunnel greens – Swiss chard, spinach, mixed Asian greens, arugula and bok choi; frozen vegetables – peppers, butternut squash, broccoli, corn and tomato puree; and storage vegetables – potatoes, beets, turnip, celeriac and cabbage.

Burden Lake Creamworks: Fresh lemon and zingy rosemary to help with your New Year’s resolutions!

Café NOLA: Abita Turbodog beer-braised short ribs served over dirty rice; shrimp creole; fresh squeezed lemonades and fresh brewed teas!

Chick and Hen Baking Company: Greens and beans, grilled sandwiches, quiche, spinach and feta pie, empanadas. Back-to-basics sweets including our fudgy bittersweet brownies, scones, flourless chocolate cakes, coconut honey macaroons, and the New-Year’s-Resolution-good-for-you peanut butter and jelly oat bar. Happy New Year!

Mariaville Farm: Pasture raised Black Angus beef and pork, grass-fed lamb, rabbit, and heritage chickens (they make the best soup!)

Maynard Farms: Ten apple varieties – including the return of crisp-air Braeburn and Gala, Bosc pears (at their prime), apple cider, three kinds of potatoes, dino and curly kale, very sweet winter collards, broccoli, three different color beets, sweet Swiss 5-color chard, Brussels sprouts, green cabbage, celery root

Merry Hill Farm: Alpaca Yarn Sale! New colors for all your winter projects. Alpaca knit and felted accessories, knitting kits, and roving for spinning and crafts.

Mosaics by Christine: Time to treat yourself to a mosaic piece. New lazy Susans, mirrors, tables and chess sets. Only a few bamboo socks left – get them while they last.

Our Daily Eats: Football playoffs are in full swing. Beer and nuts are game day staples. Stop by for some snacking nuts for friends and family at your next gathering. Located inside Key Hall.

Sistahs Vintage Aprons: Louisa cobblers, Mona 1925 full coverage, Evita hostess aprons.

3 Chicks and a P: Your favorite flavors of fresh hummus, bean dips, tapenades and salsas, including our sundried tomato pesto. The flavor of the week is lemony Greek herb hummus made with organic kalamata and green Greek olives.

Underwood’s Shushan Valley Hydro Farm: Oh-so-sweet cherry tomatoes, beefsteak and vine cluster tomatoes, yellow cluster tomatoes – all vine ripened and fresh picked; Asian and baby cucumbers, fresh heads of lettuce, spicy arugula, and a large assortment of fresh herbs basil, cilantro, parsley.

Don’t Miss our vendors in Key Hall, across the Proctors Arcade!

You’ll find prepared food, unique gifts, and live music! Follow the signs…and the delicious aromas!

Variety Vendors

Ali Herrmann
Bella Terra Farm
Highland Farm
Laurie’s Gluten Free Goodness
Mosaics by Christine
Truffle’s Cupcakes by Collette
Adair Vineyards

Programming

Market Stage
10am-2pm: Running the River

Lower Level Music
10am-12pm: Tim Barker
12pm-2pm: Cosby Gibson

Key Hall Music
10am-12pm: Flood Road Band
12pm-2pm: Anonymous Figg Leaves

Author:Wendy

I'm an events planner by day, a food blogger by night! I have always loved cooking and baking (especially), and was organically trained in culinary skills by my talented and resourceful mother. When it comes to food, I am sometimes inspired, sometimes lazy, and just about always hungry. My favorite food is hummus.

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