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Tuesday Market 9/6- Summer and Fall Collide! 1:30-6:30

Hi Tuesday Market Friends-

Hopefully your Labor Day weekend allowed for enjoying some local food. We’re in that sweet spot where summer and fall crops overlap and the variety available to us is enormous!

Maddie Elling from Hosta Hill got her groceries taken care of when she worked the market last week, pictured above. Maddie said The best part of unloading from a market! One of the top reasons I love being a vendor at markets: getting amazing food and knowing the people who make it!”

Shiitake mushroom logs available at New England Wild Edibles- grow your own! Or buy a quart of shiitakes and try this recipe for Shiitake Ginger Glaze from Edible Pioneer Valley. Great to make ahead and use on meat, fish, tofu or tempeh. You can even get the ginger at the farmers’ market this week as the first of the ginger harvest arrives at Old Friends Farm.

(photo by Richard Cowles)

Crooked Stick Pops will be joining us for their biweekly visit this week. Check out this great article in the Daily Hampshire Gazette about Julie and her pop operation, including some great photos taken at Tuesday Market. Also joining us this week will be Botanica Blends and True North Granola.

Leyden Glen Lamb has a great recipe this week for Grilled Boneless Leg of Lamb with Chimichurri Sauce. Get your ingredients at the market! 

Find all of these folks at Tuesday Market on 9/6:
Tart Baking Company
Sawmill Herb Farm
Old Friends Farm
Sweet Birch Herbals
Cricket Creek Farm
Beets & Barley
Red Fire Farm
Laughing Tomato Wood Fired Pizza
Wild Rose Flowers
Grace Hill Dairy
New England Wild Edibles
Justamere Tree Farm
Crabapple Farm
Wingate Farm
Crimson & Clover Farm 
Park Hill Orchard
Leyden Glen Lamb
Botanica Blends
Red Barn Honey
True North Granola
Crooked Stick Pops
Stop by the purple market tent to get a Loyalty Card if you haven’t already! Stamp it with us each week and after 6 visits, enter our monthly drawing.
See you at market,
Niki Lankowski, Market Manager




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