Old Rochester's Winter Farmers' Market



Visit us every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month, from 10:00am- 1:00pm inside the Old Rochester Regional Junior High School Gymnasium from December 9th- April 28th for our local Farmers' Market.


See you at the Market!

Monday, August 20, 2012

Week 12, August 21, 2012

August has brought us lots of rain and sun.  Great for growing vegetables.  At week 12 of the Old Rochester Farmers' Market you will find a plethora of fabulous local vegetables.  Squash, zucchini, peppers, herbs, pea greens and so much more.  This week's market also offers chair massages by local massage therapists Aimee Bean and Molly Lombard.  With delightful music, amazing produce, and delicious breads, treats and more--how can you go wrong?  See you at the market!
Delights from Allen Farm
Allen Farms, Westport, MA Certified Organic
Allen Farms brings a variety of greenhouse greens, herbs, fresh cut lavender and potted herbs.  Zucchini, summer squash, zephyr summer squash and mild spice peppers will also be at the market with Deb this week.  Looking for something new to grill?  The mild spice peppers are wonderful for kabobs or grilled whole for some lovely flare to your BBQ meal.  The zephyr summer squash also add some lovely color to a grilled vegetable medley. 

Cervelli Farm, Rochester, MA Conventional
Peaches...these wonderful summer delights are ripe and ready over in Rochester at Cervelli Farm.  Pick some up tomorrow for peach pie, peach cobbler, peach jam, or just for a wonderful hot day treat.  This week, Scott will have available tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, summer squash, zucchini, butta squash, cucumbers, and eggplant.
Cervell's bounty

Engelnook Farm, Rochester, MA Pesticide-Free
Eggs, Narragansett Creamery Cheeses, kale, swiss chard and meats available for order can all be found at the Engelnook tent. This week Joanie is featuring Great Hill Blue Cheese, Narragansett Creamery's Vanilla Yogurt, Strawberry Yogurt, and Queso Blanco (latin farmer's cheese).  New this week, available are pullets and layers to bring home for your own backyard chicken experience.

J.H. Beaulieu, Fairhaven, MA Hormone-Free
Humanely raised, hormone free meats are available from Beaulieu Farm.  Each week, Joe drives his trailer to the market with a variety of beef and pork cuts.  Stop on in to find out which cuts are available this week.

Skinny Dip Farm, Westport, MA Certified Organic
The crop diversity at Skinny Dip Farm is impressive and delightful.  You can expect to see carrots, beets, golden beets, lettuce, turnips, peaches, tomatoes, okra, fava beans, basil, cilanto, garlic, onions, zucchini, summer squash, cucumbers, artichokes and eggplant--as well as fresh cut flowers.  Hannah's produce is top quality.  Stop on by to see what she has special this week.

Bakers 
Gail's Goodies, Mattapoisett, MA
Gail bakes all day on Tuesday to bring you a wonderful assortment of fresh bread, muffins, scones, delicious treats and prepared food items as well.

Great Cape Baking Co., Barnstable, MA
With a wide variety of fresh baked breads, you are sure to find a bread that suits your tastes.

Value Added Foods

Al's Backwood's Berrie Co., Plymouth, MA
Al is working hard in his jam kitchen working up delicious new recipes all the time.  Each week brings a new surprise.  His spreads aren't just for toast either--they lend themselves well to using in marinades, thickeners, and whatever else your culinary genius can concoct.  Stop on by Al's tent to try some samples and choose some yumminess to bring home.  Raw, local honey is available as well.

Joslin Foods Dartmouth, MA
Jennifer makes three varieties of tomato sauce that are loaded with vegetables.  A fabulous way to pack a meal with vitamins.  Great for children and adults alike.  Go on and sample some at tomorrow's market.

Liv a Little, Rochester, MA
Chocolate Nachos made fresh in Rochester.  Varieties include Sunflower Seed, Toffee and Pecan.  Sarah's chocolate nachos are not your average dessert.

Mama Stella's, Osterville, MA
Mama Stella's in the Stella's family recipe for seasoning.  A versatile seasoning, it can be used for vegetables, meats, fishes, eggs--anything, really.  If you are curious, try a sample.
Omega Olive Oil, Kingston, MA
This olive oil is produced from California olives, which means it is a high quality olive oil from right here in the states--how lucky for us.  Extra-virgin, organic olive oil is now available at the market!
 
Ruuska Pickles, Plymouth, MA
These pickles are dill-icious.  Fresh, crisp, and perfectly seasoned Ruuska pickles are available in Dill, Spicy Dill, and Bread and Butter.

Simpson Spring, Easton, MA
This will be Simpson Spring's last week at the market, so go on and stock up for the rest of the year.  They make their own sodas from water they source from their spring.  Ask for a sample, you'll be glad you did.  Bottled spring water from their private spring is available, too.

Additional  Necessities

Go Fetch! New Bedford, MA
Go Fetch! offers market-goers high quality dog treats made from real foods.  Hand-made dog beds are also available.  These treats will make your doggie quite happy.  With flavors like liver, salmon, and peanut butter--how could you go wrong?  Michelle also makes an all natural flea and tick repellent, Fur Factor, from essential oils--no chemicals involved, so that you don't have to worry about your doggie's health.
Hand-made jewelry by local artists Michelle Bussiere-Huggins and Julie Sherman.  There pieces are one of a kind originals.  Swing through their tent to see their lovely artistry.
SoBerry Clean Bourne, MA
Are you looking for a way to get your laundry and home clean without using chemicals?  Then soapberries are exactly what you need.  These amazing little berries will get the job done without introducing harmful chemicals to your home or our groundwater drinking supply.

See y'all at the market!  Please hold all purchases until 3pm.  Thank you!


Just in case you missed this informative and fun video about our market: ORFM South Coast Today Video.  There is also this great article: South Coast Today ORFM Article.

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