Hello Market Friends:
We stretched it as long as we could, but it’s high time we shifted the market up to the rinkpad, where the hockey lights will come in very handy at sunset. There is plenty of great eating ahead, and we will do the annual jigsaw puzzle to fit everyone in. Please tell any lost souls you run into that we are just on the other side of the building; we don’t want anyone to think the market has vanished!
Marvellous Edibles is bringing apples, grapes and fresh chickens (along with many other marvellous things.)
Shared Harvest, Aldergrove, Plan B and Ted Thorpe will have loads of seasonal veggies- and it is SUCH a delicious season! Think mellow squash, hearty greens, lots of roots, sweet peppers, crunchy cabbage, shallots, onions and herbs to make everything taste good, and the list goes on….
Stock up on olives, oil and cheese! This is Angelos‘ last week before he leaves for Greece for his annual harvest trip. Country Meadows won’t be back at the market until mid-December.
Ali Harris will be back with fritters, rotis and drinks, and Tapioca Toronto will be cooking gluten-free crepes to order with market fillings.
It’s the week for All Sorts Acres with sheep dairy, wool and lamb.
Blythe will be in with Spade & Spoon’s many delicious preserves.
DeFloured and Knuckle Down are away ’til next time.
Need tools on occasion, but don’t need to own them full-time? Talk to Alan Majer of Autonomous Objects and become the steward of one or more handy tools which are shared in the community. It’s free and it makes a lot of sense.
See you at the market!
P.S. Clay and Paper Theatre’s 20th Annual Night of Dread happens Saturday October 26th! Read all about it at www.clayandpapertheatre.org.
Vendors This Week:
Aldergrove Organic Farm (veggies and blooms)
All Sorts Acre (lamb, wool products, sheep’s milk gelato – every other week)
Bees Universe (honey, eggs, bee products)
ChocoSol (chocolate and coffee)
Country Meadows (certified organic olives, oil, cheeses, eggs) LAST VISIT TIL DECEMBER
Culture City (natto, tempeh, fermented condiments and fermented foods)
Dufferin Park Bakers (wood-fired oven breads, soups & snacks)
First Fish (wild-caught Arctic fillets and hot or cold smoked fish)
Forbes Wild Foods (fresh and dried mushrooms, syrup, nuts and other wild foods)
Frogpond Farm (certified organic local VQA wines – monthly visits)
Green Florin (nuts, dried fruits and oils from Moldova)
Kind Organics (sprouts and salad mixes)
Marvellous Edibles (certified organic chicken, produce, preserves)
Monforte Dairy (local cheeses from a variety of milks, tamales)
Plan B (local and imported certified organic produce)
Shared Harvest (certified organic veggies and herbs)
Spade & Spoon (jams, pickles, maple syrup)
Tapioca Toronto (Brazilian-style gluten-free crepes with market fillings)
Thorpe’s Organic Produce (veggies)
Urban Harvest (certified organic seeds, body care)