Hello Market Friends:
We’ve got a great crop of winter vendors this year, making Thursdays the happiest afternoon of the week! The good mood as well as the good food at the market will put a smile on your face.
An enthusiastic welcome back to Marvellous Edibles! Jens and Ayse are bringing an impressive list: “greens, winter carrots with green tops, lots of root vegetables, apples, certified organic poultry including turkey pieces, certified organic eggs, ground beef, bones, fermented veggies including sauerkraut and preserves in bottles.”
Here is the Dufferin Park Bakers List:
Sourdoughs: rye, caraway-multigrain, potato-rosemary, olive onion
Artisans: multigrain, baguette, cranberry-walnut, spelt-walnut
Italians: rosemary, multigrain, raisin
It’s Culture City’s turn to attend, and the January Miso sale continues: $8, usually $12
First Fish is coming this week, but Sundance Harvest will be absent.
Alongside many other delights, Seth has tiny, small, medium, large and extra-large jars and jugs of maple syrup at the Forbes Wild Foods table, for all sizes of sweet teeth.
Have you tried La Mexicana‘s tasty tamales yet?
Heriter Farms was so happy with the welcome they received on their first visit that they have decided to try coming every other week, so you will see Valencia and Patrick again next time.
See you at the market!
P.S. Here’s happy market regular Mark Sternberg showing off his Loyal Eaters Reward Card. This is the last week to pick up a blank card and collect 10 market visit stamps before the end of March. YOU CAN DO IT! (We’ll have some bonuses along the way, too.)
The January 23rd Vendor List
The List for January 9th:
Ali Harris (rotis, fritters, drinks) (north end)
Bees Universe (honey, eggs and bee products) (north end)
Country Meadows (olives, oil, cheese, eggs) (north end)
Culture City (fermented foods and condiments) (south end)
Dufferin Park Bakers (wood-fired oven breads, soups & snacks) (north end)
First Fish (hot and cold smoked wild Arctic fish and frozen fillets)
Forbes Wild Foods (fresh and dried mushrooms, syrups, nuts, etc.) (north end)
Green Florin and Pine River Organic Farm (nuts, dried fruits and oils from Moldova, fresh local organic produce)
La Mexicana (tamales and hot salsa) (north end)
Marvellous Edibles (certified organic produce and poultry, preserves) (north end)
Monforte Dairy (local cheeses from a variety of milks) (north end)
Plan B (local and imported organic produce) (south end)
Be sure to visit the garage so Rodrigo and Damon don’t get lonely!