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July 10 2008 Market

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We've got another market this Thursday. DeNoble Farm from Tillamook is coming to the market this week with a wide selection of ["http://www.culinate.com/articles/produce_diaries/artichokes" artichokes].

What is coming into the market this week? There will lots of berries. If you like to make your own jam then this is the week to do it. Raspberries will particularly abundant this week. Berries can be easily frozen too. Just stick the berries in the freezer (box and all). Wait a day then shake the frozen berries out of the box and into freezer bags. You'll thank yourself in January.

Apricots are coming in now which means peaches can't be far away. The hot weather is problematic for greens but there will be lettuce available. Snow peas and sugar snap peas should be available as well. 

Here is the quick list of the farmers and vendors this week:

Draper Girls Country Farm - ciders, apples, apricots, cherries, dried fruit, lamb
Fressen Bakery - Austrian/German breads and pastries
Graceful Blades - grasses, perennials, hanging baskets
Greenleaf Farms - Blackberries, raspberries, sugar snap peas, new potatoes, lettuce
Greenville Farm - strawberries, raspberries, rhubarb, eggs, honey, prunes
Herr Family Farm - cut flowers
Market Fruit/Packer Orchards - apricots, cherries, cookies, fruit empanadas
Otto and Anita's - Sausage and kraut, dill pickle soup, strudel 
Posey Patch - annuals, perennials and vegetable starts
Savory et Sweet - crepes
Springwater Farm - wild and cultivated mushrooms
Stephens Farm - blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, lettuce, kale, cabbage, peas, beets, onions
Unger Farms - blueberries, raspberries, strawberries

See you there!