This week at market...
Baker's Daughter, Mansfield
Artisan white bread, asiago rosemary bread, everything seeded bread, 6" fruit pies, almond snack cake, chocolate whoopie pies, pecan pralines, and cheddar cheese crackers.
Cobblestone Farm, Mansfield Center
Paste tomatoes, sweet and hot peppers, carrots, winter radish, summer squash, butternut, garlic and onions.
Dondero Orchard, South Glastonbury
Pies, cookies, breads, jams, pickles, corn, seasonal fruits and veggies.
Dragon's Blood Elixir, Woodstock/CLiCK
Artisan hot sauces and condiments, including a funky Honey Jalapeño made with pumpkin jalapeños, havasu and cayenne peppers, and honey from the bees that pollinated the CLiCK pepper garden.
Huck & Co.
Hand made intention jewelry with semi-precious stones that have both physical and emotional healing properties. Bracelets and meditation beads.
Kindred Crossings, North Franklin
Heritage Breed USDA 100% Grass-fed Beef, Non-GMO Lamb & Non-GMO Pork. Hickory beef & pork bacon, steaks, burgers, country ribs, brisket, ground, beef patties, chops, spareribs, stew, shanks, short ribs, chuck, & soup bones. GFDF no nitrate sausages: Bratwurst, Kielbasa, Andouille, Maple, Chorizo, Hot Italian, Merguez, Sage Black Pepper, Sweet Italian. Pre-orders due by 6pm on Fridays (order something different - heart, liver, tongue, kidney, fat, necks, tails, feet, mutton) http://kindredcrossingsfarm.com/farm_fresh_meats
MadMan Micros, Mansfield
Sunflower, cilantro, broccoli, salad mix, peas, and leek microgreens.
Stephanie can't make it this week, back soon.
Tobacco Road Farm, Lebanon
Salad greens, spinach, Swiss chard, kale, arugula, collard greens, malabar spinach, bok choi, Napa cabbage, cabbage, tomatoes, red peppers, celery, potatoes, beets, daikon radish, purple-top turnip, garlic, onions, shallots, dill, parsley, cilantro & basil.
Varga Family Farm, Mansfield Center
Maple syrup, maple cream, local honey, whole chickens, seasonal vegetables.
Willow Valley Farm, Willington
Winter squash, garlic, onions, cabbage, beets, radishes, and okra.
When you come to market... please wear a mask if you can. Respect the six feet. Do not come to market if you are sick, think you may be sick, have a sick household member or have recently been in contact with someone who is sick. Bring small bills so we can make as few exchanges as possible. Don't handle food on display, we will gather up your purchases for you.
Thank you for helping us in keeping market running smoothly and safely.