As we move through deep summer, many new fruits are ripe and ready to bring to market. Last week saw the first apples, plums cantaloupes and watermelons!
With cooler temperatures this week, it’s a great time to try out a favorite baked recipe. Here are two good ones from the Recipe Section of our website– Baked Apples and Berry Tart.
Last Tuesday, traveling poet Keven Devaney spent the afternoon writing personal poems for market-goers. Before he left, Kevin typed up a poem for us that captures the day perfectly.
Sweet Birch Herbals’ natural skin care product line has developed over the last decade with commitment to organic and local ingredients because Hannah, owner of the company believes it’s just as important to know what we’re putting on our skin as well as in our bodies. She’ll be offering a workshop at Full Kettle Farm August 20th during which she’ll share tips and recipes that are simple and easy to integrate into self care practices at home. To learn more go to visit their website.
Revival Homestead Supply will be back with us this week and every-other week for the rest of the season. They’ll have soaps and many other homemade body products as well as fermenting supplies.
Also on the same every-other week schedule is Hosta Hill with sauerkraut, kimchi and fermented tonics.
The following farms are currently processing HIP at Tuesday Market: Crabapple Farm, Wingate Farm, Red Fire Farm, Old Friends Farm, Hart Farm and Park Hill Orchard.
Stop by the purple market tent to learn more!
If you know someone who receives SNAP benefits, make sure they’re in the know- tell them about HIP!
All these folks will be at Tuesday Market on 8/8:
Tart Baking Company
Leyden Glen Lamb
Old Friends Farm
Sweet Birch Herbals
Cricket Creek Farm
Beets & Barley Catering
Red Fire Farm
Revival Homestead Supply
Laughing Tomato Pizza
Wild Rose Farm
Grace Hill Dairy
New England Wild Edibles
Justamere Tree Farm
Crooked Stick Pops
Red Barn Honey
Park Hill Orchard
and upbeat music by Aaron Cooper throughout the afternoon!
Tuesday Market happens every Tuesday until November 7th. 1:30-6:30 p.m. Downtown Northampton. Between the Parking Garage and Thornes.