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Market Update Thanksgiving Week

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There is a nice produce selection for Thanksgiving week at the market. You should find spinach, kale, chard and other greens, celery, beets, cabbage, winter squash, carrots, radishes and turnips. Apples, asian pears, pears, chestnuts and hazelnuts will be available as well. Falling temperatures in the mountains are starting to limit the wild mushroom supply. Still, you should have matsutakes and chanterelles (yellow and white) as well as cultivated shiitake and maitake mushrooms.  You may find a few cauliflower mushrooms too. Bill also has mushroom blocks for sale if you want to grow your own shiitake or oyster mushrooms. Stop by his table and take a look.

Little Pots and Pans is swamped with Holiday orders. They will be back on Dec 1.

Here’s the expected availability list:

Rick Steffen Farm - spinach, onions, shallots, peppers, brussels sprouts, potatoes, carrots, celery, chard, beets, peppers, radishes and turnips. Rick also has ornamental pepper bouquets, cabbage roses and harvest wreaths.

Packer Orchards – pear juice sweetened baked goods, jams and preserves, pears, apples.

Greenville Farms – cauliflower, cabbage, winter squash, peppers (hot and sweet), hazelnuts, eggs and jams. Sid and Louann also have wreaths.

Osmogaia - mustard greens, spinach (several varieties), kale (several varieties), chard, tatsoi, cabbage, winter squash, daikon.

Little Pots and Pans – BACK DEC 1

Nature’s Choices – fresh mushrooms (wild and cultivated), dried mushrooms, mushroom salt, honey, chestnuts, huckleberry jam

Rogue Creamery – artisan cheeses.

Bigfoot Bread – toasting bread, pitas & flatbreads, pita chips, cinnamon rolls.

Fressen Artisan Bakery - German and Austrian artisan breads and pastries.

K's Creations - Dried flower arrangements, lavender.

Savory et Sweet: crepes, salads, drinks.

Check Back Later For Menu

See you tomorrow,

Eamon Molloy
Market Manager