Old Rochester's Winter Farmers' Market

Visit us every Tuesday, from 3:00-6:00pm outside the Old Rochester Regional Junior High School Gymnasium from June 19th- September 18th at our local Farmers' Market.

See you at the Market!

Monday, June 8, 2015

Old Rochester’s Farmers’ Market June 9th, 2015 
Every Tuesday from 3:00- 7:00 pm
Outside of the Old Rochester Regional Junior High School
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We are a Rain or Shine Market…

Vendors Include:

Al’s Backwood Berrie- Homemade Jams and Jellies & Honey.

Amir’s Natural Food- A variety of hummus, tabouli, bulgar wheat salads, falafel, baba ganoush, pita breads, pies.  feta pies and cucumber salads.

Carberry Kitchen- Grain Free Dog Treats- featuring everyone’s favorite beef and cheese.

Cervelli’s Farm- Fresh Produce and starter plants for your garden.

Cocoruto Natural Skincare & Ceramics- Body Butter, Lip Balm, Salve, Bath Salt, Sugar Scrub, Salt Scrub, Face Serum, Face Mask, Toner, Sun Cream, Baby Oil, Baby Balm, Beeswax candles, Ceramic candle holders, and Wood candle holders

D’Lectables- An assortment of gluten free, sugar free, vegan and regular options. Coffee Cake - Walnut, Strawberry Cinnamon.
Cookies - lemon coconut, dark chocolate oatmeal (GF), peanut butter dream (GF), chocolate chip, delectadoodles .
Bars- chocolate chip granola bars(GF), cherry almond bars, chocolate coconut bars(GF), black bean brownies(GF,V), fudge brownies.

Donde Thiago- Carne Mango BBQ, Honey Mustard Chicken, Mixta (chorizo, shredded beef, chicken, plantain, and smoked mozzarella), Sweet Plantain, Queso. Hot sandwiches Grilled while you shop!

Farm to Baby- We make homemade baby food using locally sourced fruits and veggies.

Herb-in-Fusion/Sprig/Rind- Maple bacon sauce, Red rezan garlic jelly, and cranberry orange pepper jelly and Ginger peach jelly.  Whole dried New Mexico chile peppers0 with a hatch hot tropical salsa recipe. Hibiscus Flower sea salt- the sweet0 tart fruit-ness goes with everything and makes your dish sparkle.  Fresh herbs- oregano, lovage, lemon balm and fresh strawberries. Cucumber, Lemon, and Parsley infused water

Lily Mae Gardens- Organic Non-GMO heirloom tomato plants, peppers, zucchini, butternut and acorn squash, pie pumpkin, and pumpkin plants.  Also decorative potted flowers, impatiens and herbs.  Fresh goats milk soap.

Marie’s Jewelry Designs- Handmade jewelry for adults and children.

Moira’s Pies- Strawberry-Rhubarb Pie, Apple Crisp Pie, Wild Maine Blueberry Pie, and all American Apple Pie.

No Jokesmoke BBQ- We will be coming with our Spring selection of all natural, Organic based, seasonal bbq sauces. Now through start of summer: Pineapple Bomb, Strawberry Habañero and Dark Cherry Maple, along with our Signature, year round sauce, Saweet Heat Bbq. 

Omega Olive Oil- Natural Olive Oils and Vinegars

Rein’s Real Baking- For breads this week we'll be bringing Caraway Rye, Whole Wheat/MultiGrain, Swedish Limpa and Pumpernickel in loaves and halves; Garlic Ciabatta, Onion Ciabatta and Tarragon Ciabatta in loaves.  For pastries we'll have Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies, Carrot Health Muffins, Cranberry Triple Chocolate Brownies and Banana Cranberry Muffins.

Robbins Trout Farm-  Rainbow trout, Brook trout and Brown trout freshly harvested. 

Running Brooke Vineyards- A variety of wines from the local vineyards grapes, keeping it local.

Say Cheese- Fresh Eggs, Honey Pepper Jellies Marmalade and New Smith Farmstead Artisianal Cheeses. Gouda spreads. Havartis, & gouda Wedges.

Skinny Dip Farm- We will have organic seedlings for gardeners, and salad greens, radishes, chard, herbs and more.  All certified organic.

Solar City- Residential Solar Solutions

Sweet and Salty Farm- Plain Cream yogurt- nice and golden this time of year.  Plus we will have our Veal Sausages, Veal Weisswurst, and Veal Chops.

Wicked Good Kettle Corn- All naturally popped kettle corn.

Wyandotte Farm- Fresh Eggs, Fresh Chickens & Frozen Lamb.

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