A Brand New Menu
Enjoy Sweet Corn Year-Round with Alsum Frozen Sweet Corn
A Brand New Menu
The course of autumn means it's time to change the menu offerings for the home chef. Swapping out summer favorites for the hearty and robust options, the sea change in our kitchens is unstoppable.
Fresh blueberries and watermelons are a memory now, yielding over to the wide variety of apples in season from our growers Atoms to Apples, Ten Eyck Orchard and Pleasant Springs Orchard.
The transition away from summer favorites is made easier with frozen sweet corn and corn chowder from Alsum Sweet Corn, softening the loss of field fresh ears of corn.
Some menu items simply adapt to the change, rather than hibernate until next season.
Taco night is enduring and evolves to reflect autumn's offerings. We can enjoy sweet potato and black bean tacos with sweet potatoes from Don's Produce and red & blue corn tortillas from Tortillas Los Angeles (both pictured).
In the seasonal shift, we also welcome the return of some early season favorites like heads of crispy lettuce and red radishes from Urban Gourmet.
The focus on seasonally shifting produce can't obscure the stalwarts who carry us throughout the market season, such as farm fresh eggs, loaves of deliciously baked breads and market favorite, cheese curds.
This Friday, October 15th, is National Cheese Curd Day and what better way to celebrate than by picking up a bag of your favorites Saturday morning from either Murphy Farms, McCluskey Brothers Shillelagh Glen Farms, or Farmer Johns' Cheese.
Old favorites or seasonal stars, there's no wrong way to enjoy the waning market season, in fact it's something to celebrate. So let us propose a toast with a beverage such as Fresh Cranberry Vodka Spritzers with Rosemary, a great way to enjoy those delights from Wetherby Cranberry Company.
See you at market!
Door County Fruit Markets & Flyte Family Farms have finished vending for the 2021 season. They send their thanks to all their shoppers and look forward to returning in 2022.
Loaves of Rustic French & Multigrain Bread from Stella's Bakery
October 16th Vendor List:
Alsum Sweet Corn
Atoms to Apples
Black Earth Valley
Blue Moon Community Farm
Bryant Family Farms
Chris & Lori's Bakehouse
Country Bloomer's Greenhouse
County Line Plants-n-Produce
Emerald Meadows Family Farm
Farmer Johns Cheese
Happy Valley Farm
Highland Spring Farm
Honey Bee Bakery
JenEhr Family Farm
Ka Vang Thao
Landmark CreameryLor Farm
McCluskey Brothers Shillelagh Glen Farms
Natalie's Garden and Greenhouse
Open Kettle Farms
Shoua Lee Vang
Steppin Out Foods
Ten Eyck Orchard
Tortillas Los Angeles
Wetherby Cranberry Company
What Got Gathered
Yang Family Produce
*Please note this is a tentative list. Last minute cancellations or additions to the vendor list are possible.