Vendors Saturday February 25th, 2017

Music this week: Sam Eldon, acoustic guitar and vocals

Norton Creek Farm

My Pharm

Filberts R Us

Gathering Together Farms

Buster’s Treats & Auja’s Beaded Jewelry

SoupCycle

Denison Farms

Slippery G Family Farm

Wood Family Farm

Crooked Furrow Farm

Harcombe Farm

Greengable Farms

Claude Winter

Northwest Natural Beef LLC

The Mushroomery

Beene Farm

Tobacco Road Hat Works

La Mariposa LLC

Timberwolf Farm

Earth and Sea Salts

Honey Tree Apiaries

Earth Rising

Goosefoot Farms LLC

Zia Southwest Cuisine

Red Bird Acres

Heritage Farms Northwest LLC

Goodfoot Farm

Wildyeast Bakery

Wanna Spoon?

Rasmussen Farm

Wine Fauve

Purple Moon

Handcrafted 4 You

Just Lavender & Red G Designs

Little Woesten German Foods LLC

Potent Grow LLC

Brandywine Fisheries

Seven Diamonds Orchard

Charles Heath

Craft Biscuit Bakery

 

 

 

 

 

 

This week from Heritage Farms NW

Heritage Farms Northwest is having a big pork sale this Saturday at the Market.  We will have a variety of cuts  from our Red Wattle Hogs on sale, including ALL of our hazelnut cuts which include bacon, roasts, ribs, ground and fresh belly (sorry all out of chops).  We also are offering ALL of our boar cuts on sale. Chops, bacon, ground, roasts, tenderloins and more. Boar has a bit more gamey flavor, so if you are looking for a little more “kick” to your pork, you may want to give it a try.  Also on sale will be a variety of our other “regular cuts”, including select bacon varieties, ½” boneless pork chops (perfect for breakfast chops or a super FAST dinner idea), spare ribs, fresh belly and likely more.   All our hogs are kept on pasture from birth till the end. We use no chemicals in our fields and no antibiotics on our hogs.  Our booth is located on the north wall next to the fresh flowers and across from the mushrooms.  See ya Saturday!!

This week from SoupCycle 

Mexican Pozole (Meaty)

Traditional Mexican soup with shredded pork, green chili and hominy. So tasty! †

Cream of Mushroom & Wild Rice (Veggie)
The perfect bowl of soup for a cold winter day. We start with organic chicken and veggies and add just the right amount of cream and yummy wild rice blend. Yum!

Tom Kha (Vegan) 
Tasty Tom Kha soup made with local tofu, shredded carrots, mushrooms, fresh basil, green onions and more. †

Broccoli Cheddar (Chef’s Choice)This tasty soup has broccoli and cheddar flavors accented by basil and ground mustard seed. †

Vendors for Saturday February 18th, 2017

Music this week: When Picks Fly,  fiddle, banjo, guitar, mountain dulcimer and concertina

Norton Creek Farm

My Pharm

Filberts R Us

The Bread Board

Gathering Together Farms

Buster’s Treats & Auja’s Beaded Jewelry

SoupCycle

Denison Farms

Slippery G Family Farm

Wood Family Farm

Crooked Furrow Farm

Harcombe Farm

Greengable Farms

Claude Winter

Northwest Natural Beef LLC

The Mushroomery

Beene Farm

Tobacco Road Hat Works

La Mariposa LLC

Timberwolf Farm

Earth and Sea Salts

Honey Tree Apiaries

Earth Rising

Goosefoot Farms LLC

Red Bird Acres

Heritage Farms Northwest LLC

Goodfoot Farm

Wanna Spoon?

Rasmussen Farm

Wine Fauve

Purple Moon

Handcrafted 4 You

Little Woesten German Foods LLC

Potent Grow LLC

Brandywine Fisheries

Seven Diamonds Orchard

Handcrafted 4 You

Charles Heath

Craft Biscuit Bakery

 

 

 

 

 

 

This week from SoupCycle 

Lemon Pepper Chicken & Kale (Meaty)

This is a wonderfully balanced soup, featuring a rich chicken broth with the addition of garbanzo beans, chicken, and a touch of lemon.†

Purple Passion (Veggie)
Smooth beet soup blended with pear, sour cream and a splash of white wine. Great hot, or chilled for warmer weather.†

Sweet Corn Cardamom Curry(Vegan) 
Sweet and savory soup with cremini mushrooms, cauliflower, sweet potatoes, corn, coconut milk and our own curry blend.†

Pot of For Goodness Sake (Chef’s Choice)
Pureed red lentil soup made with carrots, potatoes, garlic, a touch of cumin, a shot of lemon and a slight kick of cayenne. This SoupCycle soup was featured in Food & Wine Magazine in 2011.†

PARKING

As is often the case there are other events at the fairgrounds today including a sale in the auditorium and a horse event at the arena. Luckily there is plenty of parking available in the south parking lot (gravel) off Reservoir Rd. It works well for the market. Park close to the fence, watch for signs, and walk up through the covered area right to our main entrance.