Saturday, July 11, 2009

July 11, 2009 Farmers' Market Offerings

Happy July 11th. There are rumors of blackberries abounding in the area! Here’s what will be at the Botetourt Farmers’ Market this morning:

Earl and I will be bringing, new potatoes, squash, green onions, bell peppers and cabbage.
We will also have freshly milled whole grain breads, and lots of home canned jams, jelly's, preserves and such. We will also have a few sweet treats. See ya' all on Saturday.
Earl and Linda

Berry Ridge Farms will see you all at the Market, we will have our GLUTEN FREE Bread, GLUTEN FREE Corn Bread, GLUTEN FREE APPLESAUCE BREAD and many other goodies. Remember if there is something there you would like or need special give us a call to secure a order to make sure we have it for you as all items are made special just for you !!!!!!!!!!!

L and D Eggs will be there with spelt zucchini bread, raspberry cobbler, lime pickles, sweet pickle relish, dill pickle relish, jams and jellies, new potatoes, beets and eggs. See ya there!

Emily Field: I'm bringing cookies and cake and scones (all made with your fabulous eggs!) as well as some jam and jelly (not made with your fabulous eggs.)
See you then.

Better Batter Baking will be bringing:
*Mini Apple, Peach and Rhubarb Pies with Rice/Sorghum Crust
-made with local produce
-most are made with local butter and I have a few that are butter-free
*Flourless Chocolate Cake
-this week using local duck eggs
*Cappuccino Mini-Muffins
-using local eggs and goat yogurt
*Apple-Oat Streusal Mini-Muffins
-local apples, dairy
*Cherry-Quinoa-Buckwheat Mini-Muffins
-organic cherries in the centers
-sweetened with molasses and sucanat
-no dairy/eggs this week

Full Circle Farm will be offering freshly milled Milk n Honey bread, Spelt Milk n Honey bread, Seedy Loaf, pizza crusts, Spelt Almond Raisin bread, Spelt pound cakes, and some of our freshly milled But They're Good for You Brownie and Pancake mixes. See you there!
Ginger and Patrick Hillery

Brambleberry Farm will send tender pole beans and cucumbers, perfect for pickling.

Keltic Myst will be there with natural soaps and body products

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