Wednesday is market day! We’ll be on the square in Carlisle from 3-7pm, rain or shine! We will have mesclun mix, spinach, bibb lettuce, green and red leaf lettuce, green onions, bok choy, herbs, dried beans, hot sauce and other canned goodies.
From the Farmers on the Square Facebook Page:
This week at the market:
Amaranth Gluten Free Bakery: New to us this week! Kristen will bake up a scrumptious selection of gluten free breads (caraway, cinnamon raisin, 4-seed); dinner rolls (rosemary sea salt; parmesan herb); sandwich buns, hot dog buns, pizza crusts, foccacia, muffins (chocolate cream cheese, chocolate, vanilla, ginger pear); cookies and granola! All gluten free! Plus many dairy-free options.
Beeman’s Baked Goods: Kate goes crazy in the bakery! Look for their tasty whoopie pies, breads, cookies, focaccia, crackers and pies.
Cool Beans: Katie will have tasty micro-greens, eggs, salad greens, vegetable and herb plants and, as always, great cold drinks and cookies!
Dawg Gone Bees: Jackie and Hal bring you all-natural honey products supplied by their bees. You will find beeswax products like candles. They also will have an array of sweet and tart jams and jellies. Try the honey popcorn or bring an all-natural dog treat home to your pup.
Dickinson College Farm: Jenn and students will have mesclun mix, spinach, bibb lettuce, green and red leaf lettuce, green onions, bok choy, herbs, dried beans, hot sauce and other canned goodies.
Esh’s Produce: Steven will have radishes, asparagus, spring onions, red beets, lettuce, fresh brown eggs, homemade egg noodles, potato chips, ketchup, root beer and canned goods. Yum!
Everblossom Farm: Elaine will have many varieties of fresh greens for cooking or eating raw, beautiful red radishes, asparagus and some heirloom dried beans. Ask about their CSA.
FreshaPeel Hummus: Deborah’s hummus flavors, ranging from Lemon Kale to Tuscan Garlic, are tahini free, preservative free, gluten free, dairy free, low in fat and low in sodium! We blend Ayurvedic spices (cumin, pepper, cardamom, coriander) with whole cooked dry chickpeas, fresh lemon and lime juices, non-GMO expeller cold pressed Canola Oil (PA Farm Grown & Processed), Organic Blue Agave Nectar, and Ancient Real® Sea Salt. Stop by and sample the Blazin’ Buffalo or Ginger Lime hummus!
Keswick Creamery: Award-winning gourmet cheeses made with milk from cows raised outdoors on lush pastures. Mel will have special reserve cheeses that have been aged for one year. Try their spicy dragon’s breath or pimento spread! They will also have fresh whole milk ricotta and yogurt. Did you know that their yogurt is naturally lactose free? Don’t forget about chocolate pudding – recently featured in Washingtonian Magazine – for dessert!
Lark Rise Farm: Sherri and Cookie have expanded and now sell produce AND bread! They will have Jerusalem artichokes, lettuce mixes, herb bunches, baby kale, tender pea shoots, radicchio, our fresh breads and bagels as well as dried hydrangea bunches and information about joining our CSA!
Mountainside Supper Club: NOT AT MARKET THIS WEEK – alternates with North Mountain Pastures. Steve is a new chef with us this season. He will be cooking up all kinds of meals “to go” made from all the fresh and wonderful goodness available at the market.
Morgan’s Mushrooms: Lynne and Rod will NOT be at the market tomorrow: the mushrooms have slowed down due to the cool weather! Look for them at next week’s market.
North Mountain Pastures raises and sells pastured pork, pastured chicken, pastured turkeys, and grassfed lamb and beef, as well as artisan cured meats. We will have our sausage (Italian, breakfast, linconshire, chorizo, bratwurst) and bacon (breakfast, tesa and quanciale) that are nitrate free, all natural and handmade using only pasture raised meats, organic spices and unrefined sea salt.
Otterbein Acres: Mark and Paul will be busy at the grill! They will be serving up fabulous grilled burgers, hickory-smoked sausage and free-range chicken. They have coolers full of all types of cheese (try the Ewe’s Dream!), yogurt, smoothies, meats, chicken, meadow mint tea and kombucha.
Pecan Meadow Farm: Daniel is with us each week providing a selection of pasture-raised meats. Choices include lamb, beef, duck, rabbit, guinea and chicken. Keep you eyes open for duck eggs, granola and dried apple chips.
Perry County Land and Beef: Martha and Shana will be bringing all the usual tasty hearth-baked breads and pasture-raised beef products! They will also have freshly prepared foods made with their beef, bread, eggs and veggies.
Piney Mountain Orchard: Megan’s veggie delights will feature radishes and arugula, salad mix and a variety of cooking greens — stop by for a recipe or two as well.
Prescott’s Patch: Steve and Lynn will have asparagus, arugula, lettuce, spinach and potatoes. More to come as the season warms up!
Roots Flower Farm: Beautiful lily of the valley, last of the tulips, more sweet jelly jar arrangements, lilac bouquets. All of the sweet smells and stunning bouquets of spring. rootsflowerfarm.com
Sunset Valley Farm: Emanuel has straight-from-the-grass-fed-cow raw milk, chocolate milk, cheeses, low-fat black raspberry yogurt, maple yogurt, sweet butter, eggs and cream. Hand-dipped ice cream cones, too! Plus, ask them about their CSA!
Sunshine Tomato Company: Carla will make a grand appearance with “Sunshine Pasta Sauce” made with all yellow tomatoes. Lower in acid that normal red sauce. No sugar and gluten free.
Three Springs Fruit Farm: Alana, Ben and the gang bring lots of crisp sweet apples (Fuji, Jonagold and Cameo), fresh-cut asparagus and wild foraged watercress. They will also have applesauce and bottled juices. Don’t forget to check out the tart cherry juice and dried apples!
Torchbearer Sauces: Brandon brings you irresistible flavors that allow you to spice up your food, salivate over your entrees, and emblazon your taste buds like never before.
Wild for Salmon: Not here this week. They are at the market on the second Wednesday of each month. wildforsalmon.com
PLUS, we will have fun activities and cooking demos! Jason Turner of Unlawful Falafel will do a cooking demo at 5:30pm. Stop by for some yummy falafel! For the kids, there will be face painting under the blue canopy. Jennifer from Healing Touch Massage will be with us again this week to put you in a state of calm and relaxation while you leave the market far, far away.
Can’t wait to see you at the market!