Finally Fall weather has arrived to the Valley! What’s for dinner? Warm yourself up with home-cooking! It’s the perfect time for soups, roasted veggies, quiches and tarts, using all of the great food that our farmers are bringing to the market.
This is the time of year where we enjoy the beautiful low sunlight and when the wind blows, the yellow leaves of the honey locust tree rain down.
Red Barn Honey shared one of their customer’s delicious creations with us- Whipped lemon ricotta with husk cherries, a drizzle of olive oil and comb honey from Red Barn Honey. They’ll have comb honey available for sale at Red Barn for the next few weeks.
Carrie at Botanica has been busy with new ideas, blends and travel pouches. Stop by Botanica’s booth for a sample of elixirs and bitters and to smell her fragrances.
It’s a family affair! Carrie’s son Zak will be filling the market with his country music throughout the afternoon!
Poet Kevin Devaney will be typing poems at market again this week. Give him the topic and he will write you a custom poem! Pay what you think is fair. Makes a great gift!
Taproot Threads will be at the market this week for the last time this season. Now is not too early to grab a few holiday gifts! Shirts, skirts, dresses, onesies, hats, bibs and more!
Wiley sold almost all of his pumpkins last week but he’s picked some more to set up for one more week! Come buy a pumpkin after 2:30pm.
All these folks will be at Tuesday Market on 10/17:
Hungry Ghost Bread
Beets and Barley
Wild Rose Farm
Old Friends Farm*
Leyden Glen Lamb
Sweet Birch Herbals
Cricket Creek Farm
Red Fire Farm*
Revival Homestead Supply
Laughing Tomato Pizza
Red Barn Honey
Grace Hill Dairy
New England Wild Edibles
Justamere Tree Farm
Crooked Stick Pops
Park Hill Orchard*
Town Farm at 2:30pm
and Zak of Des Roy playing music throughout the afternoon!
Tuesday Market happens every Tuesday until November 7th.
Downtown Northampton. Between the Parking Garage and Thornes.