Thursday, January 10, 2013

fresh coffee, bread and veggies, OH MY! (line up, 1.12.13)

Hello wonderful Market folks! If you haven't gotten to the market in the new year you'll find several new faces! Joining our wonderful farmers and artisans we welcome Darn Hot Peppers, Jen's Joe and Owen's Ovens! Donald Miller, known to many as the "sweet potato man", joined us last week and will return this week. You can now buy fresh baked bread (and other baked goods with vegan and gluten free options!) and locally roasted coffee by the cup or pound. We're excited that many of our growers have continued through the snow storm and will be with us all season long! Come support these winter warriors! All Season's Farm & Hollow Pumpkin Farm are in Wisconsin this week at a CSA conference, and Builaland will be in St. Louis, but we'll welcome them all back this month!

Here's the line up, see you at the market!

Cooley Farm- eggs, multiple pecan varieties, muffins, cookies

Owen's Ovens - Bread, cupcakes, cookies with vegan and gluten free options

Kirsten & Grace- crocheted winter wear

Raven Dancing - Original artwork

Mulberry Hill Farm - Spinach, collards

Wisdom of the fox - local Alpaca yarn, fleeces and winter wear

Jen's Joe- ready to drink, locally roasted coffee, coffee by the pound to go

Lick Creek Beef - "100% grass fed and finished" hormone and chemical free beef (may be his last week while reprocessing happens! be sure to stop by for the beef!)

Debbie Winters - Handmade artisan soaps

Donald Miller- Sweet potatoes of various sizes and varieties

Darn Hot Peppers- specialty hot peppers, salsas and jellies

Leepy's Gourmet Foods - Preserved/canned foods including jams and all things picked

Gaia House/Gaia Cafe' - Rice and Spice cookbook, ready to drink cocoa and tea

Amber D's Hancrafted- Candles, ceramics, incense, original art and more

Heartland Honey - Honey!

Flyway Family Farm - Oyster Mushrooms, lettuces, Kale and other goodies

Mustard Seed Sower's Farm - Osaka Mustard & Turnip greens, Stevia,  kale, fresh and dried herbs.This farm also accepts Link/SNAP/EBT payment!


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  2. Fresh coffee is best! That's why I usually buy my coffee from the stores or and brew my own!